Am I the only one that notices the U.S. has a poor adventure bike selection compared to the rest of the world. Examples of bike available outside U.S. Transalp, Tenere 660, KLE 500 etc. What is peculiar is there is more dirt roads/trails in the U.S. than all of Western Europe but the ADV bikes that we are sold are more road oriented in general, with the exception to the most expensive: GSA, Tiger, Multistrada. There are some thumpers available, but not the cream of the crop like above. I purchased a Glee (2012 DL650) because it offered the most of what I was looking for. If one of the three bikes mentioned in the middle class would have been available, that would have been my play. Talking to dealerships, most of them are clueless in regards to the why these bikes are not imported. When I email the manufactures they just warn me against illegally importing one of these bikes. I know the Transalp used to be in the U.S. market, but not for years. Why can't the market ride the peak of the trend that the rest of the world enjoys. I'm done.