The current motorcycle fleet includes: - 2009 Harley Ultra Classic (mine) - 2007 Harley Street Glide (Laurie's) - 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer (mine) - 2009 Triumph Daytona 675 (Laurie's) The Harleys are our touring bikes, although we don't do a ton of touring. But they're still big comfy couches and have storage. Nice for highway trips. Yesterday I rode the Ultra Classic around some just because. But before that I rode the Daytona around because I felt like riding it. One hole in the motorcycle fleet is some sort of dirt/dual sport/adventure motorcycle. I've been thinking about getting one for some time, thinking somewhat about the fact that we have the 11 acres we live on. But I think the main use case would really be exploring the roads by my house, many of which are dirt or gravel. As an example, yesterday I just was exploring on the two motorcycles I rode for several hours. However there were a number of roads that I couldn't go on because I don't want to ride any of the current bikes on gravel - especially the Harleys. The standards that seem most popular are the Kawasaki KLR 650, some of the various Hondas, and I think Suzuki has another similar bike in that category. Then there are the cheap Chinese dirt bikes that are something $1,300 and ridiculously cheap. I'm looking for something more unique/unusual/interesting than the Japanese options, and higher quality/more power than the cheap Chinese bike, which I think would just get on my nerves and I wouldn't end up wanting to ride it. The goals are lightweight (under 400 lbs), something that can handle a reasonable speed, and interesting. I don't really care about it being too powerful, I want something more interesting. Something not too expensive either. This wouldn't be something that would ever go on a trip, just local back road riding, maybe take it to work some days if I felt like it. So something that's interesting, light weight, less expensive. One of my friends bought a new BMW G310GS last year. I haven't ridden it, but it seems extremely appealing to me and like it might be what I'm looking for. Even new the pricing is right. Yes, slow and low power, but for the purpose that's fine. I've also never owned a BMW motorcycle. I plan on riding it sometime when I'm in New York and seeing what I think. I'm wondering what other options might be worth considering to help round out the fleet.