Now that I am back, I will investigate the cause to what went wrong.
I am absolutely beat. I will do a write up about the trip with photos (shot over 700) in the next week. 7 days of non-stop (basically) riding is tough.
Hey BK - if it's not too off subject, I'm curious. Did you buy the 650 specifically for the trip, or was it something you wanted to do anyway?
That was kind of the incentive that made me do it. My 1000 was just fine, but I wanted something lighter for the gravel, and a new bike for the trip.
Overall, I am glad I did it. I will do a specific write up on the switch soon. 3 weeks old today and 4500 miles on it.
There are many things I miss about the 1000, and a few that I don't.
My in a nutshell opinion:
The 650 is a perfect commuter, gravel road, fun bike that you may go on a week long adventure once or twice a year.
The gas mileage was awesome, power was enough to get pulled over (yep, happened again) climbed mountain passes at 13,000' without any problem and handled great. It's a fantastic machine, no regrets.
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