Well jim to me its a big question, depends on what individual adventure you seek, I think most adventures can be sort on most if not all bikes and i'm sure its all been done before from C90's to scooters just because they could. hats off to those that get out and just do it! (if you can) I supose I want more adventure and less drama some might want it the other way around for a challenge.Jim Lovell wrote:Just pondering really, but what do you look for when choosing an adventure bike?
Obviously cost would be first for most of us, but what do you really what and why?
Because everybody has different requirements for the machine they choose, Height, weight etc, and would you compromise on some things for the sake of others?
I think Budget is a big key B) I always compromise (well on the whole) for the sake of SWMBO :whistle: hell I have to under the radar farkel
For me I would like to have the utility swiss army bikes (or as said a all rounder a little of all capabilities not solely a purpose) I think if its solo or pillion the choice could sway. I like others have seen small guys and girls on big bikes and vice versa.
An adventure is defined as an exciting or unusual experience; it may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome.
I guess the bike is personal choice or compromise depending on personal factors.:dry: but "ADVENTURE" can be had on all