I own a 1997 KLR 650 which will be my youngest son do it all bike in a few months when he is old enough to get his license. My son has been riding dirt roads and trails for over four years, competing on enduro races, so even though he is not new to motorcycles he is new to the tarmac. I have taken him to riding lessons and he even did a trackday on a F800GS, this bike belongs to one of his older brothers. After the long intro let me ask you guys what would you do to make the KLR more road worthy with a budget of $1,000? I'm not going cheap on him but he already owns two dirt bikes so his "allowance" has been spent on those bikes. I ride the KLR almost daily and find that the bike DIVES hard under braking, rear shock needs to be replaced too I would guess. Tyres are taken care of as I have a set ok Anakees waiting for him, running more dirt oriented Dunlops at the time. Crash bars already on the bike, auxiliary lights for conspicuity already installed, handguards and Givi top case. Air horn already purchased but waiting to be installed, I consider a loud horn a must so I bought the loudest Nautilius I could afford. I'm going cheap on the windscreen with a homemade hack. Oh, and he already owns all the safety gear I can strap on him, both for off and on road. Rides will be family group at a moderate pace in the twisties, notbthat the KLR can be riden at anything but moderate pace LOL! Any advise is welcomed! Thanks in advance.