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Old 04-16-2009, 08:13 PM   #181
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Old 04-16-2009, 08:40 PM   #182
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Old 04-16-2009, 08:57 PM   #183
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Guys, just want to know what you guys had in mind about the criteria for an adventouring bike?
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Old 04-16-2009, 09:17 PM   #184
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Guys, just want to know what you guys had in mind about the criteria for an adventouring bike?
ehmmmmm let me think, bike that's fine if the tyre hit the hole
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Old 04-16-2009, 09:21 PM   #185
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Guys, just want to know what you guys had in mind about the criteria for an adventouring bike?
Hello there Kuncung Biji,

here comes my opinion. As I assumed, adventure bikes is a motorcycle that has two function or in a simple way: Dual Function. The Bike itself has to be capable for long riding at street(Touring) and also capable for light off road tracks such as dry gravel, sands, dry mud, grass.

So, I assumed for these kind of needs, the bike must have a high ground clearance, good engine performance, dual sport tires, so it can goes thru any kind of tracks. Road adventure ho oh, medan rada berat juga ho oh... As long as the tracks in light off road condition.
If the dirt tracks comes to medium - hard off road tracks, absolutelly those tracks belong to Off Road kind of bikes such as motocross and trail bikes.

Many of us here in Indonesia has a Touring Style kind of bikes.. So it's could get into dual sport category for adventure bikes, but for street and light off road tracks only.


Gitu lho bro..... joget dikit aaaah biar kurus..
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:10 PM   #186
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ehmmmmm let me think, bike that's fine if the tyre hit the hole
ha ha ha ha
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:11 PM   #187
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Hello there Kuncung Biji,

here comes my opinion. As I assumed, adventure bikes is a motorcycle that has two function or in a simple way: Dual Function. The Bike itself has to be capable for long riding at street(Touring) and also capable for light off road tracks such as dry gravel, sands, dry mud, grass.

So, I assumed for these kind of needs, the bike must have a high ground clearance, good engine performance, dual sport tires, so it can goes thru any kind of tracks. Road adventure ho oh, medan rada berat juga ho oh... As long as the tracks in light off road condition.
If the dirt tracks comes to medium - hard off road tracks, absolutelly those tracks belong to Off Road kind of bikes such as motocross and trail bikes.

Many of us here in Indonesia has a Touring Style kind of bikes.. So it's could get into dual sport category for adventure bikes, but for street and light off road tracks only.


Gitu lho bro..... joget dikit aaaah biar kurus..
well , mostly the same with i tought...
any other opinion guys?
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:30 PM   #188
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Hello there Kuncung Biji,

here comes my opinion. As I assumed, adventure bikes is a motorcycle that has two function or in a simple way: Dual Function. The Bike itself has to be capable for long riding at street(Touring) and also capable for light off road tracks such as dry gravel, sands, dry mud, grass.

So, I assumed for these kind of needs, the bike must have a high ground clearance, good engine performance, dual sport tires, so it can goes thru any kind of tracks. Road adventure ho oh, medan rada berat juga ho oh... As long as the tracks in light off road condition.
If the dirt tracks comes to medium - hard off road tracks, absolutelly those tracks belong to Off Road kind of bikes such as motocross and trail bikes.

Many of us here in Indonesia has a Touring Style kind of bikes.. So it's could get into dual sport category for adventure bikes, but for street and light off road tracks only.


Gitu lho bro..... joget dikit aaaah biar kurus..
i think to be adv rider the most important thing that you must had is spirit of adv it self, whatever your bike altough yamaha mio:p
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:42 PM   #189
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i think to be adv rider the most important thing that you must had is spirit of adv it self, whatever your bike altough yamaha mio:p

Hello there brother,

I believe what Kuncung has asked is the difference between Adventure and Touring Bikes, not Bikers..
I also believe we're all here has an adventure spirit coz that's what the important thing why we are entering this Adventure Rider sites and forum.. :)

Anyone else has an idea about the differences between Adventure Bikes and Touring Bikes..?
Or, if I make it a little bit hard: the Differences between Street Adventures , Off Road Adventures, Sport Touring, Tourer, Endurance....

huayooo...?


Gw maahh Gaya Aing Kumaha Aing laah.. or you guys in Java said: "wek Ku Dewek.."

Hahahaha.. Joget lageee..

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Old 04-16-2009, 10:43 PM   #190
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:48 PM   #191
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@ t-redz: umm, sorry i read it to fast







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Old 04-16-2009, 10:54 PM   #192
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Old 04-16-2009, 11:15 PM   #193
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Thanks pal. Come to Jakarta, show me the money and I'll take you to the shop.
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Old 04-17-2009, 12:29 AM   #194
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Thanks pal. Come to Jakarta, show me the money and I'll take you to the shop.

Is it a Local Product or Imported?

How much is the price?
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Old 04-17-2009, 12:30 AM   #195
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i used BT45 for almost 5-6 years and never do some light offroad track with it..do you think they're good on that track?? i mean like dirt,mud and sand??
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