Choosing Your First Adventure Bike Tool

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Bike Quizzes & Trivia

If you are a fan of motorcycles then you know that not all bikes are the same and each one has its own purpose. Are you planning on buying an adventure bike soon? Complete the following questionnaire and get an adventure bike model that is perfect for you. Good luck!


You May Get

BMW F800GS

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/John Yavuz Can The BMW F800GS offers a twin-cylinder fuel injected 800cc motor with excellent fuel economy and power (85hp).  With manageable weight and seat height (34.6 in.), the bike offers good off-road performance without requiring you to be taller than average.   BMW also offers a seat lowering option to lower the seat height even more. The F800GS is ready for off-road riding with a 21 in. front wheel, long-travel suspension (9.0 in. front/8.5 in. rear) and wire spoked rims.  The F800GS can handle more difficult off-road terrain, but with soft springs it will start to show limitations if ridden too aggressively. Overall, this is a great option for riders that want an adventure bike that has excellent off-road capabilities and a lighter feel than an open-class adventure bike.  The F800GS offers comfort and convenience for long-distance touring and can be ridden comfortably with a passenger. The F800GS is best for cruising on dirt roads and the occasional aggressive trail ride.  It also performs stellar on the highway with enough power to pass, good stability at speed and enough range to cover roughly 200 miles on a tank. BMW reliability, comfort and quality are built-in as well. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.

BMW F800GS Adventure

The BMW F800GS Adventure offers a twin-cylinder fuel injected 800cc motor with excellent fuel economy and power (85hp). With manageable weight and seat height (35.0 in.), the bike offers good off-road performance without requiring you to be taller than average. The F800GS Adventure is ready for off-road riding with a 21 in. front wheel, long-travel suspension (9.1 in. front/8.5 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The F800GS Adventure can handle more difficult off-road terrain than the standard F800GS with stiff spring rates and more advanced traction control systems. Overall, this is a great option for riders that want an Adventure Bike that has excellent off-road capabilities and a lighter feel than an open-class adventure bike. The F800GS Adventure offers comfort and convenience for long-distance touring and can be ridden comfortably with a passenger. The F800GS Adventure improves on the standard F800GS' touring capabilities with a taller windscreen, larger tank and more comfortable seat. The F800GS is best for cruising on dirt roads and the occasional aggressive trail ride. It also performs stellar on the highway with enough power to pass, good stability at speed and enough range to cover roughly 300 miles on a tank. BMW reliability, comfort and quality are built-in as well. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.

BMW F650GS

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/dryfish The BMW F650GS offers a single-cylinder fuel injected 652cc motor with excellent fuel economy and good power (50hp) for a small engine. With a low seat height and manageable weight, the bike is an excellent choice for height challenged riders. BMW offers variable seat heights that can take the seat down to 30 inches (770mm) and you can get even lower with an aftermarket seat (28.5 in. or 720mm). The F650GS is oriented more towards street riding with soft short suspension travel (5.5 in. front/5.1 in. rear) and 19 in. front wheel that will limit its off-road capabilities. The F650GS is not a stellar trail bike, but with its light weight it can handle most off-road terrain well when ridden at a casual pace. Finding an F650GS with the wire spoked rims option instead of the cast alloy wheels will improve durability off-road. Overall, this is a great option for smaller riders that want real Adventure Bike capabilities at a reasonable price. The F650GS is best for cruising on graded dirt roads and the occasional technical trail. For a small bike, it also performs well on the highway with enough power to pass, decent stability at speed and enough range to cover roughly 200 miles on a tank. BMW reliability, comfort and quality are built-in as well. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.

BMW F650GS Dakar

The BMW F652GS Dakar offers a single-cylinder fuel injected 650cc motor with excellent fuel economy and good power (50hp) for a small engine. With manageable weight and seat height (34.3 in.), the bike offers off-road performance without requiring you to be taller than average. The F650GS Dakar improves on the off-road capabilities of the standard F650GS with a 21 in. front wheel, medium-travel suspension (6.7 in. front/6.5 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The F650GS Dakar can handle more difficult off-road terrain, but with soft springs it will start to show its limitations if ridden too aggressively. Overall, this is a great option for riders that want a light-weight Adventure Bike that still offers comfort and convenience for long-distance touring. The F650GS Dakar is best for cruising on dirt roads and the occasional aggressive trail ride. For a small bike, it also performs well on the highway with enough power to pass, decent stability at speed and enough range to cover roughly 200 miles on a tank. BMW reliability, comfort and quality are built-in as well. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.

BMW G650GS Sertão

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/armin_vogel The BMW F652GS Sertão offers a single-cylinder fuel injected 650cc motor with excellent fuel economy and good power (50hp) for a small engine. With manageable weight and seat height (34.3 in.), the bike offers off-road performance without requiring you to be taller than average.    The F650GS Sertão improves on the off-road capabilities of the standard G650GS with a 21 in. front wheel, medium-travel suspension (6.7 in. front/6.5 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The F650GS Sertão can handle more difficult off-road terrain, but will start to show its limitations if ridden too aggressively. The Sertão is similar to the older model, BMW's F650GS Dakar, but offers a more refined ride and newer electronics.   Overall, this is a great option for riders that want a light-weight Adventure Bike that still offers comfort and convenience for long-distance touring. The F650GS Sertão is best for cruising on dirt roads and the occasional aggressive trail ride. For a small bike, it also performs well on the highway with enough power to pass, decent stability at speed and enough range to cover roughly 200 miles on a tank. BMW reliability, comfort and quality are built-in as well.    A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.

Yamaha XT250

Photo courtesy Wikipedia.org/Biggsx The Yamaha XT250 offers a single-cylinder fuel injected 249cc motor with mild power output (17hp) and excellent fuel economy (73 mpg). The XT250 is actually more of a Dual Sport than an Adventure Bike because of its small tank (2.6 gallons), lack of windscreen or other touring options. But its light-weight and class-leading low seat (31.9 in.) height make it a great starting platform for short riders willing to build their own Adventure Bike. The standing position is true dirt bike and the bike feels low and stable off-road. Smooth torque make this an excellent bike for learning how to ride off-road while having just enough power for short stints on the highway. At highway speeds the engine will be near flat out, making passes on slow moving vehicles extremely difficult. Without an aftermarket windscreen, the rider will become worn out from the wind and the small stock gas tank will require you to fill up after roughly 170 miles. The XT250 includes a 21 in. front wheel /18 in. rear, medium-travel suspension (8.9 in. front/7.1 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The bike is capable of negotiating the most difficult trails in the hands of an experienced rider. However, this bike is designed for cruising off-road and its stability will begin to unravel when nearing race speeds. Overall, this is a great option for small riders that are unable to put a leg over other tall Adventure Bikes. With its class-leading low seat height and light-weight, the bike is confidence inspiring for smaller riders. To make this a true Adventure Bike, you just need to add an aftermarket windscreen, luggage rack and (maybe) an aftermarket gas tank.

Honda XR650L

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/Runcer The Honda XR650L offers a single-cylinder carbureted 644cc motor with mild power output (41hp) and excellent fuel economy. The XR650L is actually more of a Dual Sport than an Adventure Bike because of its small tank (2.8 gallons), lack of windscreen or other touring options. But its light-weight and off-road capabilities make it a great starting platform for building your own Adventure Bike. The standing position is true dirt bike and the bike feels ready for aggressive off-road riding. Smooth torque make this an excellent bike for learning how to ride off-road while still having enough power for short stints on the highway. The engine will run fairly smooth on the highway, but the bike feels twitchy and lacks the power to pass other vehicles effortlessly. Without an aftermarket windscreen, the rider will become worn out from the wind and the small stock gas tank will require you to fill up after roughly 140 miles. The XR650L comes with everything you need for aggressive off-road riding, including a 21 in. front wheel/18 in. rear, long-travel suspension (11.6 in. front/11.0 in. rear), rock guard and wire spoked rims. The bike is capable of tackling the most difficult trails in the hands of an experienced rider. However, you pay the price with a tall seat height (37.0 in.) that limits this bike to only tall riders. Overall, this is a great option for someone who rides primarily off-road and without a passenger. With its healthy suspension travel and light weight, the bike is confidence inspiring for new off-road riders. To make this a true Adventure Bike you just need to add an aftermarket windscreen, large tank, and luggage rack.

Husqvarna TR650 Terra

The Husqvarna TR650 Terra offers a single-cylinder fuel injected 652cc motor with high power output (58hp) and excellent fuel economy. The TR650 is actually more of a Dual Sport than an Adventure Bike because of its small tank (3.6 gallons) and lack of windscreen. But its light-weight and manageable seat heigh (34.4 in.) make it a great starting platform for building your own Adventure Bike. The standing position is dirt bike oriented and the bike feels low and stable off-road. Smooth torque makes this an excellent bike for learning how to ride off-road while still having enough power for highway riding. The engine will run fairly smooth on the highway, but the bike may become twitchy at higher speeds. The TR650 offers enough power for confident passing maneuvers, but without an aftermarket windscreen, the rider will become worn out from the wind and the small stock gas tank will require you to fill up after roughly 180 miles. The TR650 includes a 21 in. front wheel/18 in. rear wheel and medium-travel suspension (7.5 in. front/7.5 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The bike is designed for light off-road duty and can handle more difficult trails, but will start to show limitations if ridden too aggressively. Overall, this is a great option for a rider that wants to purchase a new motorcycle at a reasonable price. The TR650 Terra is very versatile offering good off-road capabilities and inspired performance on-road as well. With its manageable seat height and light-weight, the bike is confidence inspiring for smaller riders. To make this a true Adventure Bike you just need to add an aftermarket windscreen and large tank. There are a number of aftermarket accessories that have been designed for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs. The TR650 utilizes the same motor used in the BMW F650GS line, so you can be sure of its reliability.

Kawasaki KLR650

The Kawasaki KLR650 offers a single-cylinder carbureted 651cc motor with mild power output (37hp) and excellent fuel economy. The KLR650 is one of the most versatile Adventure Bikes available. With the KLR you get a light-weight bike that also includes all the touring necessities like a windscreen, large tank (6.1 gallons) and luggage rack. The KLR also offers a reasonable seat height (35.0 in.) for average size riders. The standing position on the bike is dirt bike oriented and the bike feels low and stable off-road. Smooth torque make this an excellent bike for learning how to ride off-road while still having enough power for short stints on the highway. The engine will run fairly smooth on the highway, but the bike lacks the power to pass other vehicles confidently. Range is excellent at nearly 300 miles between fill-ups, allowing you to ride to remote areas where gas is scarce. The KLR650 includes a 21 in. front wheel, supple medium-travel suspension (7.9 in. front/7.3 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The bike is capable of negotiating the most difficult trails in the hands of an experienced rider. However, once speeds increase off-road the soft suspension will bottom out quickly. The extra weight of the large tank and accessories will remind you that you are not riding a small Dual Sport. Overall, this is a great option for a rider that is looking for an inexpensive Adventure Bike that can do nearly anything well. The KLR is not the fastest or the most comfortable bike, but it is capable of taking you on nearly any type of ride you want to do. The reliability of the motor, light weight and availability of parts make this bike a popular choice for long distance touring around the world. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.

KTM 640 Adventure

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/KelvynSkee The KTM 640 Adventure offers a single-cylinder carbureted 625cc motor with excellent power (54hp) for its size. With its light-weight and high-quality suspension components, the bike is a close as you can get to a dirt bike while still offering touring capabilities. This performance comes with a price though, as the high-output engine vibrates significantly and tall seat height (37.0 in.) makes this bike too tall for most riders. The KTM 640 Adventure has everything you need for aggressive off-road riding, including a 21 in. front wheel/18 in. rear, long-travel stiff suspension (11.8 in. front/13.2 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The bike is easily capable of tackling deep sand, single track, or big desert whoops. Just do not forget you are riding a 350lb. motorcycle that needs to be ridden with care on technical sections. Overall, this is a great option for a rider that will be riding mostly off-road and without a passenger. Short highway rides under two hours are bearable, but the vibrations of this bike can become too uncomfortable for some.  The 640 Adventure also has a large tank (6.7 gallons) so its range will take you roughly 300 miles per fill-up. The 640 Adventure was produced for many years and a large number of aftermarket accessories are available. The reliability of the Rotax built LC4 motor and its light weight make this bike a popular choice for long distance touring in areas where roads are rough or non-existent.

Triumph Tiger 800XC

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/Wil Collins The Triumph Tiger 800XC offers a three-cylinder fuel injected 800cc motor with excellent power (95hp) and a throaty exhaust note. With a manageable weight and lower seat height (34.0 in.), the bike offers good off-road performance without requiring you to be taller than average.  Triumph also offers a seat lowering option to lower the seat height even more (33.2 in.). The Tiger 800XC is ready for off-road riding with a 21 in. front wheel, long-travel suspension (8.7 in. front/8.5 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The Tiger 800XC can handle more difficult off-road terrain, but is less agile than its main competitor the BMW F800GS. What it lacks in the dirt, it makes up for on the street with sporty handling and top-end power. Overall, this is a great option for riders that want an adventure bike that has excellent off-road capabilities and a lighter feel than an open-class adventure bike. The Tiger 800XC offers comfort and convenience for long-distance touring and can be ridden comfortably with a passenger. The Tiger 800XC is best for cruising on dirt roads and the occasional aggressive trail ride. For a middle-weight bike, it also performs stellar on the highway with enough power to pass, good stability at speed and enough range to cover roughly 200 miles on a tank. The Triumph Tiger 800XC is a bike that stands out from the crowd with its striking looks and its unique triple engine. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs. However, Triumph dealers are less abundant than more popular European brands like BMW or KTM.

Suzuki DR650SE

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/blake_obrien The Suzuki DR650SE offers a single-cylinder carbureted 644cc motor with mild power output (37hp) and excellent fuel economy. The DR650SE is actually more of a Dual Sport than an Adventure Bike because of its small tank (3.4 gallons), lack of windscreen or other touring options. But its light weight and low seat (34.8 in. standard adjustable to 33.0) height make it a great starting platform for building your own Adventure Bike. The standing position is true dirt bike and the bike feels low and stable off-road. Smooth torque make this an excellent bike for learning how to ride off-road while still having enough power for short stints on the highway. The engine will run fairly smooth on the highway, but the bike feels twitchy and lacks the power to pass other vehicles confidently. Without an aftermarket windscreen, the rider will become worn out from the wind and the small stock gas tank will require you to fill up after roughly 150 miles. The DR650SE includes a 21 in. front wheel, supple long-travel suspension (10.2 in. front/10.2 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The bike is capable of tackling the most difficult trails in the hands of an experienced rider. However, when approaching race speeds off-road the soft suspension will bottom out quickly. Overall, this is a great option for a rider that will mostly be riding off-road and without a passenger. With its relatively low seat height for the Dual Sport class and light weight, the bike is confidence inspiring for smaller riders. To make this a true Adventure Bike you just need to add an aftermarket windscreen, large tank, and luggage rack. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.

Suzuki DR-Z400S

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/KN6KS The Suzuki DR-Z400S offers a single-cylinder carbureted 398cc motor with mild power output (31hp) and excellent fuel economy. The DR-Z400S is actually more of a Dual Sport than an Adventure Bike because of its small tank (2.6 gallons), lack of windscreen or other touring options. But its light-weight feel and off-road capabilities make it a great starting platform for building your own Adventure Bike. The standing position is true dirt bike and the bike feels ready for aggressive off-road riding. Smooth torque make this an excellent bike for learning how to ride off-road with just enough power for short stints on the highway. The engine will struggle a bit to maintain highway speeds and lacks the power to pass other vehicles confidently. Without an aftermarket windscreen, the rider will become worn out from the wind and the small stock gas tank will require you to fill up after roughly 130 miles. The DR-Z400S comes with everything you need for serious off-road riding, including a 21 in. front wheel/18 in. rear, long-travel suspension (11.3 in. front/11.6 in. rear), rock guard and wire spoked rims. The bike is capable of tackling the most difficult trails at anything short of race pace. However, you pay the price with a tall seat height (36.8 in.) that makes this bike more difficult to ride for smaller riders. Overall, this is a great option for someone who rides primarily off-road and without a passenger With its healthy suspension travel and light weight, the bike is confidence inspiring for new off-road riders. To make this a true Adventure Bike you just need to add an aftermarket windscreen, large tank, and luggage rack. By adding lowering links to the suspension, DRZ can be transformed into an excellent Adventure Bike for smaller riders. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.

Suzuki DR350SE

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/ToddonFlickr The Suzuki DR350 offers a single-cylinder carbureted 349cc motor with mild power output (30hp) and excellent fuel economy. The DR350 is actually more of a Dual Sport than an Adventure Bike because of its small tank (2.4 gallons), lack of windscreen or other touring options. But its light-weight feel and off-road capabilities make it a great starting platform for building your own Adventure Bike on a tight budget (used DR350's can be found in good condition for less than $1,500). The DR350 also offers a reasonable seat height (35.0 in.) for average size riders. The standing position is true dirt bike and the bike feels ready for aggressive off-road riding. Smooth torque make this an excellent bike for learning how to ride off-road with just enough power for short stints on the highway. However, the engine will struggle to maintain highway speeds and lacks the power to pass other vehicles confidently. Without an aftermarket windscreen, the rider will become worn out from the wind and the small stock gas tank will require you to fill up after roughly 110 miles. The DR350 comes with everything you need for serious off-road riding, including a 21 in. front wheel/18 in. rear, long-travel suspension (10.6 in. front/11.0 in. rear), rock guard and wire spoked rims. The bike is capable of tackling the most difficult trails at a mild pace. However, once speeds increase off-road, the soft suspension will begin to bottom out. Overall, this is a great option for someone on a tight budget who rides primarily off-road and without a passenger. With its healthy suspension travel and light weight, the bike is confidence inspiring for new off-road riders. To make this a true Adventure Bike you just need to add an aftermarket windscreen, large tank, and luggage rack. Due to the fact that this is an older bike, aftermarket parts may be harder to find. You may need to fabricate your own parts or modify parts built for its successor the DR-Z400S.

Kawasaki Versys

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/MrHicks46 The Kawasaki Versys offers a twin-cylinder fuel injected 649cc motor with excellent fuel economy and good power (60hp) for a small engine. With a manageable seat height (33.3 in.), the bike is easy to ride for smaller riders. The Versys is oriented more towards street riding with cast alloy wheels, soft short suspension travel (5.9in front/5.7 in rear) and 17 in. front wheel that will limit its off-road capabilities. The Versys looks like it is ready for adventure, but in reality it is most comfortable on the street. The Versys can handle graded dirt roads with confidence but is not intended for use on anything more technical than that. The Versys makes a great touring bike with a tall windscreen, large tank (5.0 gallons) , sporty handling and a free-revving motor. Some have described the bike as a poor man's Ducati Multistrada. Overall, this is a great option for riders that want the Adventure Bike look and don't intend to wander off-road very often. New riders will appreciate the long-distance touring capabilities of the Versys which will keep them riding well over 200 miles between fill-ups.

Suzuki V-Strom 650 Adventure

The Suzuki V-Strom 650 Adventure offers a twin-cylinder fuel injected 645cc motor with excellent fuel economy and good power (66hp) for a small engine. With a low seat height (32.9 in.), the bike is easy to ride for smaller riders. The V-Strom 650 Adventure is oriented more towards street riding with cast alloy wheels, soft short suspension travel (5.9 in front/6.3 in rear) and 19 in. front wheel that will limit its off-road capabilities. The V-Strom looks like it is ready for adventure, but in reality it is most comfortable on the street. The V-Strom can handle graded dirt roads with confidence but is not intended for use on anything more technical than that. The V-Strom Adventure makes a great touring bike with panniers, tall windscreen, large tank (5.3 gallons) and ABS included at a reasonable price. Overall, this is a great option for riders that want the Adventure Bike look and don't intend to wander off-road very often. New riders will appreciate the long-distance touring capabilities of the V-Strom Adventure which will keep them riding well over 250 miles between fill-ups. The Suzuki 650cc V-Twin motor is known to be very reliable as well.

BMW R80G/S

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/michifiel This is the bike that started the entire Adventure Bike segment. It is also a multi time Paris Dakar winning design. The BMW R80G/S offers a twin-cylinder carbureted 800cc motor with mild power output (50hp) for a middle-weight Adventure Bike. The flat boxer motor keeps weight low on the bike for better stability. With a reasonable seat height (34.0) and weight, the bike is fairly easy to ride off-road. The R80G/S has a dirt bike feel with a 21 in. front wheel and 18 in. rear, medium-travel suspension (7.8 in. front/6.7 in. rear) and wire spoked rims. The R80G/S can handle difficult off-road terrain, but with soft springs and limited travel it is more comfortable when ridden at a casual pace. The R80G/S is best for cruising on dirt roads and the occasional technical trail. It also performs well on the highway with enough power to pass, all day comfort and enough range to cover roughly 200 miles on a tank. BMW reliability, comfort and quality are built-in as well. Overall, this is a great option for riders that want an Adventure Bike with loads of character and history. Being an old bike, it will require maintenance and mechanical know-how to keep running properly.

BMW G650GS

Photo courtesy Flickr.com/armin_vogel The BMW G650GS offers a single-cylinder fuel injected 652cc motor with excellent fuel economy and good power (50hp) for a small engine. With a low seat height and manageable weight, the bike is an excellent choice for height challenged riders. BMW offers variable seat heights that can take the seat down to 30 inches (770mm) and you can get even lower with an aftermarket seat (28.5 in. or 720mm). The G650GS is oriented more towards street riding with cast alloy wheels, soft short suspension travel (5.5 in front/5.1 in rear) and 19 in. front wheel that will limit its off-road capabilities. The G650GS is not a stellar trail bike, but with its light weight it can handle mellow off-road terrain when ridden at a casual pace. Overall, this is a great option for smaller riders that want real Adventure Bike capabilities. The G650GS is best for cruising on graded dirt roads and street riding. For a small bike, it also performs well on the highway with enough power to pass, decent stability at speed and enough range to cover roughly 200 miles on a tank. BMW reliability, comfort and quality are built-in as well. A large number of aftermarket accessories are available for this bike, allowing you to customize it to your Adventure Biking needs.
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Do you plan to ride with a passenger?
    • A. 

      Frequently riding 2-up on the highway mostly

    • B. 

      Frequently riding 2-up on the highway and dirt roads

    • C. 

      I will ride solo most of the time

  • 2. 
    What type of riding do you intend to do?
    • A. 

      I am experienced off-road and want to ride hard on dirt

    • B. 

      I am an off-road novice and want to learn to ride dirt

    • C. 

      I will ride mostly on pavement with an occasional dirt road

    • D. 

      I am planning to ride mostly dirt with occasional pavement

    • E. 

      I like riding fast on twisty backroads mainly

  • 3. 
    Are you short?
    • A. 

      I am "under" 5 foot 7 inches (1.8 meters)

    • B. 

      I am tiny

    • C. 

      I am "over" 5 foot 7 inches (1.8 meters)

  • 4. 
    How far away from home are you traveling?
    • A. 

      I am planning long tours to remote corners of the earth

    • B. 

      I am planning long tours but mostly on paved roads

    • C. 

      I just need to ride a few hours on the highway to get some place interesting

    • D. 

      I can get to the trails in about 30 minutes or less

    • E. 

      I will put the bike on a trailer to get some place interesting

  • 5. 
    Do you want something exotic or just basic transportation?
    • A. 

      I like old bikes with a soul and do not mind tinkering in the garage

    • B. 

      I like rare and unique bikes that you do not see very often

    • C. 

      I want utilitarian, reliable, basic transportation

    • D. 

      I am functionality driven, but the bike has to look cool

  • 6. 
    Is this bike also your commute vehicle?
    • A. 

      I am cruising fast in the carpool (HOV) lanes everyday

    • B. 

      I am weaving through traffic in the city mostly

    • C. 

      I am not planning on using this for commuting

  • 7. 
    Is budget an important factor?
    • A. 

      I am able to buy whatever the right bike is for me

    • B. 

      I need to watch how much I spend

    • C. 

      My funds are very limited

    • D. 

      I am looking for a dirt cheap bike

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