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V-Strom 2009 - 20K Miles - LOT of Extras - Ask $3700

A great Second Bike as I use my CB500X. WISH I was in market for a V-Strom. GROAN

My Opinion for anyone interested is I know this bike has not been abused on really rough trails -- just some gravel roads like we rode together. It's a GEM as far as I know.

Contact me if interested and I will put you in touch with Randy (don't want to put his Phone or E Mail on here for everyone in Internet World). Paul

2009 Suzuki V Strom with just under 20,000 miles on it (Asking $3750). It has quite a few extras on it:
SW Moto skid plate and crash bars
GIVI detachable hard bags and trunk
Ram GPS mount
Optional center stand
Heated hand grips and hand guards
Brand new Progressive Suspension rear shock assy'.
It's in excellent condition just needs to be rode and enjoyed.

NOTE: I do not know why these pictures come up sideways. They are upright in my computer file. They did come to me sideways originally as I remember and I turned them.
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Man, non-scooters are so damned cheap!! If that thing were an automatic, I'd buy it for sure.

People might want to know the engine size though, they come in different varieties (;
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I have a 2009 like this and it is a great bike. Just be careful that you have 32' or better inseam or you will be on tiptoes at stops unless you lower it.
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Man, non-scooters are so damned cheap!! If that thing were an automatic, I'd buy it for sure.

People might want to know the engine size though, they come in different varieties (;
DANG -- Randy left that out and I did not notice. It's a 650CC.

I guess there was a 1000 cc available back in those days (don't know for sure).
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DANG -- Randy left that out and I did not notice. It's a 650CC.

I guess there was a 1000 cc available back in those days (don't know for sure).
Yep. They made it in a 1000 too.

On that note - Honda has the new Africa Twin out at 1000. Rumour is that they may make it in a 600-700 range. If they do, I will be buying one (:


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DANG -- Randy left that out and I did not notice. It's a 650CC.

I guess there was a 1000 cc available back in those days (don't know for sure).
If I were closer, I'd take that in an heartbeat. That's exactly what I'm looking for.
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Dang, that was a good bike. but I got to stick with scooters. Somebody got a darn good bike.

I'm still planning on making the trip up to Sevierville late July. I'm getting long zippers put in my riding jeans, putting the new Sena headsets in our new helmets, getting the bike ready, still got to price out the trailer,etc. I still have to decide how to work out my base camp. I need a place where I can park the SUV with the trailer, and leave it there while I go off riding the bike to 3 or 4 days, like going way out on the Blue Ridge, or a a big loop around Scenic 73, down 129 thru the Tail of the Dragon, across the Cherahala Skyway. Maybe best and more economical to park it at a campsite? Then I have to see what City, Cherokee, Gatkinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevieverville? I still got a lot of time yet. I'm busy working on roof repairs to get done, flooring to rip out and replace, life goes on.

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I need a place where I can park the SUV with the trailer, and leave it there while I go off riding the bike to 3 or 4 days, like going way out on the Blue Ridge, or a a big loop around Scenic 73, down 129 thru the Tail of the Dragon, across the Cherahala Skyway. Maybe best and more economical to park it at a campsite?
Most campsites have a 24 hour rule. That is, if you're gone for more than 24 hours without telling them, they assume you have abandoned your stuff. So, if you want to follow your plan, make sure you go to a "hosted" campground (one with an on-side resident) and tell the host when you will be gone and when you plan to return. For that matter, you may want to get a site near the host and ask that they watch your stuff (:


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Most campsites have a 24 hour rule. That is, if you're gone for more than 24 hours without telling them, they assume you have abandoned your stuff. So, if you want to follow your plan, make sure you go to a "hosted" campground (one with an on-side resident) and tell the host when you will be gone and when you plan to return. For that matter, you may want to get a site near the host and ask that they watch your stuff (:
Yes, agreed indeed! I was planning to make arrangements to ask someone to keep an eye on my stuff at the campground, as I may be gone for days, maybe up to a week. I still have to do some research on the campgrounds up there, and making phone calls to up there ahead of time. Will look for "Hosted" campground. I will need some on site security for sure.

If I make it that far out to the east on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and go north up 220 out of Roanoke VA, the "A.G.'s Covington Loop" may be the high point of my trip! I might stay out there if I find nice a motel room on the route, or maybe in Roanoke. ty

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