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post #1 of 29 Old 04-29-2014, 08:04 PM Thread Starter
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Is the V-Strom an Adventure Bike?

Here is a video I made to address this question:

Is the Suzuki V-Strom an Adventure Bike? - YouTube
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post #2 of 29 Old 04-29-2014, 08:13 PM
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It is an ADVENTURE to ride the Vee Wee Glee I have the 06 1000 and the 12 650 abs adventure I only will part with one of them to get the newer 2014 DL 1000 I love your Youtube video awesome job !

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The case was well made! The video evidence speaks for itself, for sure.

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nicely done!

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Ive watched many youtube videos. Mostly in regards to vstroms, exhaust sounds and the occasional how to video. Yours is the very first that I voted "like" to.

Well done and thanks for sharing

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intelligently designed, indeed!

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Thanks everybody on the nice comments about my video. Please subscribe for more. Safe riding!
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no knobbies?

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Nice video

no knobbies on your ADV bnike?

Current Bike: 2007 ABS Wee, rebuilt forks with Cogent DDC, Elka rear shock, tapered roller steering stem bearings, fork brace, Admore top box lights, LED side-only turn indicator lights, Powerlet outlet, frame sliders, Givi windscreen, Givi top box.

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Is the Suzuki V-Strom an Adventure Bike? - YouTube
Of course it's an Adventure Bike!



Mine has taken me to some fantastic destinations, accessible only because the V-Strom can take you there.

EVERY RIDE AN ADVENTURE

This reminds me of a thread I started awhile ago, not long after I first came on board the forum:

https://www.stromtrooper.com/dl650a-2...-off-road.html

Great video too, will subscribe to your channel
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