Dual Sport for sale in Norman, Oklahoma
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1989 HondaThis 1989 Honda Transalp XL600V has been garage kept for most of its life (under a cover). It has received oil changes when needed every few years (as it has not been ridden much), along with cleaning the carberators. This revolutionary dual-sport motorcycle is in mint condition as it has only 660.8 miles, as well as no role over damage or everyday wear and tear. The bike has just been recently serviced (cleaned carburetors, new ECU unit, over-all wellness checkup) and is ready to be driven off with a new owner. This motorcycle was only produced in the U.S. from 1989-1991. It has a combined mpg of 48.5, weighs 450lbs (wet), is a liquid cooled 4-stroke V-twin engine with a top speed of 110mph. It has the great qualities of a bike to travel long distance rides. This is a one in a lifetime find as many of these beautiful bikes have 10's of thousands of miles on them.
2016 Yamaha XT250, 2016 Yamaha XT250 ROADS AND TRAILS Light and nimble with a low seat height and Yamaha durability, the XT250 is the perfect traveling companion. Features may include: Advanced Long-Travel Suspension Long-travel suspension and more than 11.2 inches of ground clearance live under a seat only 31.9 inches from the ground. Modern Fuel Injection The XT250 has fuel injection for smooth throttle response and easy starting in nearly all conditions. Convenient Electric Start Electric start makes firing up the 249cc four-stroke effortless. Dual Disc Brakes 245mm front disc and 203mm rear disc brakes combine to deliver superb stopping power on both paved and unpaved surfaces.
2015 Yamaha XT250, 2015 Yamaha XT250 Roads and Trails Light and nimble with a low seat height and Yamaha durability, the XT250 is the perfect traveling companion. Features May Include Long-travel suspension and more than 11.2 inches of ground clearance live under a seat only 31.9 inches from the ground. The XT250 has fuel injection for smooth throttle response and easy starting in nearly all conditions. Electric start makes firing up the 249cc four-stroke effortless. 245mm front disc and 203mm rear disc brakes combine to deliver superb stopping power on both paved and unpaved surfaces. 249cc air-cooled four-stroke with 9.5:1 compression makes for great on-and off-road performance. The XT250 has fuel injection for smooth throttle response and easy starting in nearly all conditions. A light-and-strong forged piston inside a plated cylinder helps dissipate heat more efficiently, increasing both performance and durability. A light crankshaft helps provide quick responsive power. Wide-ratio five-speed transmission for maximum power and performance in a wide range of terrain and conditions. A semi-double-cradle steel frame achieves a lighter, nimbler feel through greater mass centralization. Greater lateral and torsional rigidity and reduced weight of the lower frame parts help produce light, stable handling. The front fork has 8.9 inches of travel to soak up the rough stuff, both on road and off. An aluminum lower triple clamp keeps the weight down. Maximum turning angle of the handlebar is 51 degrees almost like a trials machine. Combined with a short wheelbase of only 53.5 inches, the XT250 has a super-tight turning radius for excellent maneuverability. Multifunction digital LCD instrument panel with cool green background lighting is easily visible day or night. It also removes a lot of weight from the handlebar for light, precise handling. The stylish gas tank holds a full 2.6 gallons for long-range riding. Long, thick seat creates a balanced riding position for optimal rider movement and comfort. Durable and wide front fender is designed to keep mud and dirt off the rider when exploring off-road.
2012 Kawasaki KLR 650, 2012 Kawasaki KLR 650 The Best-Selling Dual-Sport Goes the Distance Across sand, dirt, forests, and of course pavement, nothing else adapts like the KLR 650. Built for almost any terrain an adventurous rider could dream up, this dual-sport can go the distance with its rugged single-cylinder engine and incredible fuel efficiency. Effective wind protection and a 6.1-gallon fuel tank ensure incredible range between stops. Combine that with an aluminum rear cargo rack that accommodates saddlebags or a tailbag, and it's a winning combination so much so that the KLR has been the best-selling dual-sport seven years in a row. Features may include: Engine A single-cylinder, 651cc four-stroke engine propels this world traveling powerhouse. Its quick throttle response and healthy low-end grunt is the perfect power profile to carve through trails or deal with traffic jams. Suspension Matching the engine s abilities every step of the way is the KLR650 s suspension. A 41mm fork with 7.9 inches of suspension travel up front, and a Uni-Trak® linkage system providing 7.3 inches of wheel travel in the rear combine to make the KLR650 a fun, functional commuter during the week and an adept backroad blaster on weekends. Chassis That fuel range can translate into a long day in the saddle, so good wind protection is a must. This important job is handled by the frame-mounted bodywork, which includes a tall windscreen and large shrouds. Rider comfort is enhanced further by the seat design and plush urethane foam. A high-capacity 36-watt alternator pumps out enough juice for a high-output headlight and has the extra capacity to power the add-on electronic gadgets that no touring rider can live without.