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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by HappyForNow, Jul 23, 2013.
Honda CRF250L -----> Zuki/Jimny 413
Both small underpowered dual purpose street legal, no brainer w/FI, easy and must to tinker, rugged with straps to hold doors for instance, but excellent japanese engeneering and quality.
I think I have them - 1987 BMW R65, and a 1994 Mercedes C220.
Er... isn't the rally Impreza fast as heck, loud and brash?
LOL, just what I was thinking. Maybe a Subaru, just not THAT Subaru.
My immediate thought was FJ cruiser.
I wish we could get those here in the US. I've had 3 increasingly aged Suzuki Sidekicks and love them for their durable simplicity, but it would be nice to have something a bit newer.
Simple, Durable, Reliable
FYI there is a similar/same thread going in the Pics forum.
Ducati Monster M900 → Honda S2000
At least, when I owned both I liked the same roads. I would ride the Ducati on an interesting road and want to come back and try it in the Honda. And when I was on a good road in the Honda I would want to come back on the Ducati. I occasionally actually did that, taking the same road in both, one after the other.
I can't find a good match for my current Mustang convertible or KTM 990 Adventure.
The garage way back when I had other vehicles:
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I would say the Super Tenere is more full size Toyota Land Cruiser. Big, rugged, relatively simple, and just plain old gets the job done without any complaint.
With a set of fitted luggage in the trunk, of course!
BMW R80G/S + Subaru Forester
Buell Ulysses = Saab 900
Both sporty, weird, and discontinued.
Both small, efficient, underpowered, and very stylish in a retro way.
Aprilia Dorsoduro and the Lamborghini Urus. Both are exotic Italian, can go off road, but shine best on tarmac. I have also seen the same number of them driving around: zero.