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  1. I’ve struggled with the concept of big adventure bikes for years. They’re too big, too heavy, and generally not used to their full capacity. But in an era where middleweight adventure bikes are just as good (and a whole lot lighter), isn’t it about time we retired the big adventure bikes? * KTM 890 - 196kg (dry) * Yamaha Tenere 700 - 187kg (dry) * Husqvarna Norden 901 - 166kg (dry) * Triumph 900 GT - 194kg (dry) I can’t think of a single trip where I would absolutely need a 270kg+ adventure bike over a sub-200kg middleweight one.
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