Motorcycle sales went to mega dealers awhile ago.
Some have 15 brands of bikes to sell.
The old school small dealership is about gone.
BMW went the way of forcing dealers into new company designed buildings,
All chrome and grey toned carpeting, not your typical motorcycle shop.
Some of the old...
KTM makes great motorcycles.
They don't have very good dealer support and take more to maintain than most bikes.
You already have one so you know.
Honda makes great motorcycles.
Their dealer support is great and have decent service intervals.
If you want to ride, not worry about the bike so...
For a long time now Harley has probably made more money off of branding it's name than making any motorcycles.
They are fierce at protecting that brand, that's where the money is.
Why that is, is a lesson in marketing.
First AWD motorhome I've seen. This one from Leisure Vans.
Not bad for an RV. Price from $130,000.
Even has a dry bath, nice for a small size.
I think you should start a new thread for your rig, going forward from purchase point.
Many of us would like to know your experience as it is what some of us would like to do as well.
Maintenance cost of the 550 and any Earthroamer added items.
How much you use it...
When it comes to running A/C. If you want to be comfortable and not worry about when you can use it, then a generator seems to be the best solution.
When my buddy did his system two years ago, he looked at lithium and decided that the price was still way too high to justify.
He figured that 4...
I have a buddy with 1600 watts on his roof.
He uses six 115 AH AGM batteries and that seems to be enough for him.
It's not an expedition vehicle, Winnebago Tour 42' diesel pusher.
It is an all electric coach, no propane, has a residential fridge and an induction cooktop.
He does run his...
I ride my 250 Sherpa on the interstate all the time. Mostly short hops of 20-30 miles, it does fine and will do 70 all day.
I prefer not to, but I live full time in a small RV, so it's my do everything that I can bike. From grocery and laundry to carrying water.
It really is a Super Sherpa.
The XT is a much different bike than the WR.
The XT is much like my Kawasaki Super Sherpa, the best little dual sport there is.
If you want off road capabilities more than street, choose the WR.
If you are short of stature and riding a tall bike would intimidate you, get the XT.
And Rambo was a...