The Short: If you had to condence everything you own down to what will fit in /on/around a fifth wheel, what would your motorcycle(s) be. My thoughts are either: Go down to one two-up bike that my wife and I can have for fun day trips (maybe a KLR 650, or the more highways friendly FZ6) - Or two smaller enduros for more fun off road travels (and the occasional pavement run). The Long: My wife and I have been doing the cafe racer scene for a while. We love our bikes, but are maybe ready for something more practical for our new adventure. Were moving into a fifth wheel to travel around the US and generally have a rad time taking in some great experiences. I feel like were going to have lits of opportunities to do some off road trips. We aren't dirt people but would really love to explore that territory. The hitch on the back of the RV is about the vest place to store bikes. Due to the limits of the hitch carrier were stuck at around 600lbs. So that means one bigger bike or two smaller bikes. I honestly think smaller bikes would be more fun, I'm just wondering how practical it will be. I'd be cool with sacrificing freeway speeds for a bike that can take me for an enjoyable ride down a nice road or take me off road and into some fun backcountry trails. So what do you guys think? Travelling around the US and staying in national parks, or other scenic destinations, would we get much use out of a couple of smaller bikes for some on/off road riding? Or do we stick with a good highway bike that can take us exploring on some nice highway stretches, etc? Thanks!!