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Man living his entire life at 23 ft above sea level soars to new heights on his KLR650E

Posted on August 12, 2010 by TwistedThrottle.com There have been 0 comments

Here is the story of one man's adventure on his Kawasaki KLR650.


These notes describe the rider's travels, and to praise various products for their fit, finish, and durability.

Hey my name is Aaron. I live in Mobile, AL at 23 feet above sea level where we have had about an average snow fall of 3" over the last ten years. LOL !

So a buddy and I set out for a 5000 mile round trip to Moab, Utah via back roads and mountain passes. After 1587 miles from home we crossed into Colorado and pulled into Lake City. We decided to take Cinnamon Pass and cut across to Silverton, CO. This is where the pictures were taken. I have never seen this much snow before. It was great.

Twisted Gear on the KLR650E:

Aaron S., Mobile, AL

 





Here is Aaron at the crest of Cinnamon Pass in Colorado with his KLR650E. Notice the Pelican cases and the optional Tool Tube.





A far cry from the 3 " of total snowfall Aaron can expect back in Mobile, AL.





A capable machine at the crest of the pass which is over 12,000 feet.





One KLR is never enough!





We can see why Aaron needed those crashbars and Mefo Tires.
 

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