Those tires are mods, semi-knobbies, a 50/50 tire. That pic has several non-stock farkles.CB, what do these go for? And those tires seem a little rough for the highway, Im sure it's a great off road bike but how is it on paved roads?
Thanks for the info CB! Do you ride on the stock trailwings? 70/30 tires sounds more realistic for everyday riding.Those tires are mods, semi-knobbies, a 50/50 tire. That pic has several non-stock farkles.
The V-Strom comes with Trailwings stock, a 70/30 tire. We just got back from tour, and rode from Samana to Jarabacoa in the rain. Excellent tires for the roads here.
You can pick up a new V-Strom from Bonamza for around US$11,000 out the door. Remember, things are like 60% more expensive here.
We have 12. Near perfect bike, overall, for the DR roads: paved, hard-pack, potholes, autopista, twisties, city, 2-up, you name it, and 60mpg. PLUS, unlike Beemers, nearly zero maintenance, just change the oil pretty much. The engine is a re-cammed SV650 motor, known as about as bullet-proof as is in existence.
i saw some parked somewhere on lincoln that looked alright...dont know about price but they looked alright...where it was on lincoln..it wasnt far from 27... if youre coming from the malecon they will be parked out front on the left...Does anybody has a quad to sell or if knows how much money i need to buy one in DR?
You mean your finance company would let you move the collateral out of the country? dont think so. you would have to have the title for import. and if the auto is being financed you don't have the title(at least in the US). Unless you have paid for it with you visa/mastercard.Does the car has to be paid of to import in DR,
Can I make car payments from DR to my origin country?