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Small Bikes- Big Adventures! 

Several of us here at MOTO STUFF also enjoy adventure riding and we are launching a line of parts for small displacement adventure bikes starting with the new HONDA CRF 250l Rally. We're building 2 Rallys to showcase these products and we are installing CBR 300R engines for a little extra boost!  Be sure to subscribe to our to our newsletter or check our Blog for new product news etc.  We expect to have the project bikes completed this September and will be releasing several videos showcasing the build and the products used. :-)

New Products in development:

MOTO STUFF Zip Rack Quick Release Pannier Racks, KRIEGA Bags, LED Lighting kits, REKLUSE Clutches, OHLINS SUSPENSION, MOTO STUFF Brakes & Electrical upgrades for Lightweight Adventure bikes.

Launching September 1st 2017

 Stay Tuned for lots of trick stuff, beginning with HONDA CRF 250l Rally Upgrades!

We recently ran across this post on ADV Rider by JohnnylikesVtwins that pretty much sums up why we have transitioned from riding gigantic 800+cc ADV bikes to riding small displacement, lightweight Adventure bikes- - "And finally, when I returned home from my 1-day 350-mile ride on my new HONDA 250 Rally I told my wife that I don’t see why I wouldn’t sell my beloved 2012 Suzuki V-Strom 650 that over the past 5 years has become my favorite motorcycle I’ve ever owned (and I’ve owned over 30 bikes!)...but I now feel that while the Rally is less-powerful, less-comfortable, and less-refined, my riding enjoyment has grown while on the Rally, and I’m having so much more fun slowing down and enjoying the ride for what it is...it’s no longer about getting on a bike and zooming up the roads as fast as I can, and frankly, I’m totally cool with that. The other aspect of riding the Rally is that I’m safer: the speeds are lower and the bike is lighter than my V-Strom; it simply changed my traveling mindset. Also, the Rally is much less likely to produce “go directly to jail” speeds, so I draw much less attention to myself while riding it (I even had a police officer stop and talk to me about how COOL my Rally looked; we talked for about 5 minutes about motorcycles and he was quite taken with the little bike). So for all of you on this forum dreaming/wishing for a more powerful version of the Rally, I’d encourage you to first try and alter your mindset about it and realize that overall, it’s simply a fantastic little bike! (now if I could just do something about that uncomfortable seat…). " Cheers!!