Both my bikes fit in this category just fine. The 83 XT tenere is my second bike i ever bought just after my trip to Australia and I love it to bits. Its dead reliable and comfortable to drive. Its fast enough for freeway speeds and light enough to go offroad with. Being that it's the first ever tenere produced and it having a very early original dutch rego it's pretty rare too. That tenere tank holds a healthy 30L of gas giving a range of about 550km before it needs a refill. It's awaiting a rebuild at the moment as other projects pass. Like the Dr. I bought it for last year big trip on which it preformed quite good. I did some heavy near rock crawling like off-roading with it in the alps and that's where you start to feel its weight, but seeing that I did it together with Italians on 1150 and 1150 GSA's I had no reason to complain. As long as you keep up the speed and make good use off the torque of that big single it's fine. As you can just make up on the side of the Dr the term 'dual sport' goes back as far as 1993, this bike's vintage. I don't share the same love affair with it as I do with the XT and I'm considering trading it in for a newer less heavy and more purpose build enduro.