I'm reading the amazing story of nathanthepostman and his adventures on a wee Honda, the CT-90 I believe. Nate has some spectacular videos of him in the utter chaos of urban traffic in places like India and Nepal. Then he has some even more spectacular videos of him in the Himalayas chugging along on this diminutive machine. He's got some photos of him crating the bike for air shipment to other countries. When his bike breaks down or he needs to replace something, there is usually access to mechanics or spares in the most unlikely of places. But we ADVRiders are generally charging around the world on massive and complicated machines that couldn't cope with traffic in Delhi or the mud in Africa. Maybe there is a need for a adventure motorcycle on a much smaller scale? One that is far more appropriate for 3rd world conditions. Hell, I'd take the CT-90 and add fuel injection (for altitude issues) and a front disk brake (for obvious reasons). A small ADV bike makes so much more sense. Oh, and a 650 is NOT a small bike. I'm thinking 125cc, single cylinder kind of thing. And not necessarily a dirt bike. Just thinking out loud here.