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BEC 8 Oct 2011 02:13

For Sale: 2009 Kawasaki KLR 650 - Denver, Colorado, USA
Kawasaki KLR 650 2009
The Bike is located Denver, Colorado!
Purchased in October 2010 new from dealer
Full Factory Warranty until October 25, 2011
27,xxx Miles
Original Owner
Bike is in good condition and runs well. It has been a great bike and serves well for commuting, sport touring, carrying luggage and riding with or without a passenger.
All Service has been done.
New oil filer and fresh oil every 3,000 miles
New Chain, Front and Rear Sprockets at 18,000 mile service
New Front Brake Pads at 25,000 mile service
New Rear Metzeler Enduro 3 Sahara Tire at 25,000 mile service
Full Service done @ 27,000: Complete bike check including valves, spark plugs and air filter!
Based on the services stated above this bike is ready for its next owner and nothing needs to be done to the bike.

The famous DooHickey performed by Eagle Mike himself at his shop
Progressive Front Fork Springs
Progressive Rear Shock
Cee Bailey Tall Windshield
Moose Handlebar/Hand Covers
Caribou Pelican side brackets and cases
Happy Trails Crash Bars
Happy Traiuls Skid Plate
Happy Trails Center Stand
Happy Trails Cargo Rack
Stearns Cushion Seat Cover
Magnetic Tank Map Sleeve
Accessory Plug for heated gloves or other devices
Optional Garmin GPS 60csx with hard wire to the battery

$5500 Or Best Offer

To be open and honest:
The bike does have a few scratches because it does have 27,000 miles on it. There is a little scratch on the over the wheel front fairing, a few scratches on the tank where the magnetic map sleeve/cover/case was in constant contact with the tank, and the boxes have a few scratches. But the bike has never been wrecked. The bike fell over on the right side which caused the scratches on the right box because the kick stand was too tall on this model so the kickstand was shorten so that does not happen a again. The kickstand sunk in some dirt another time and caused the bike to have a scratch on the left box.

The Bike is located Denver, Colorado! If you live local come and check it out!
Motivated To Sell
Please respond by email or call, all real interest and offers welcome! Thanks
The bike has a clean and clear Title, in my name and has current registration and insurance.
I’m selling the bike because I am moving and can not take everything with me.
If you’re reading this ad or post, it’s still for sale.

Please email me if you would like to see a photo. Unless someone can tell me how to do that.
Email: brianconcagh@hotmail.com
Telephone: 720-347-7148

BEC 12 Oct 2011 23:27

No takers, any one interested or know where else I can post an ad.

John Downs 12 Oct 2011 23:57

Hi Brian,

I scan Craigslist.org or ADVrider.com classifieds looking for used bikes and gear.

It is always more lucrative to remove aftermarket accessories and sell them separately. Most people in Denver won't realize how much money it costs to outfit a bike like yours and will go for something like:

2009 KLR 650 703 miles

which sounds much cheaper than your bike, but likely isn't when considering everything yours has.

Just some thoughts.

John Downs

markharf 12 Oct 2011 23:59

ADVrider.com, the KLR lists (of which there are at least several) and craigslist.....but you might want to lower the price. You can't put 27,000 miles on a bike and sell it for what it cost new, even when farkles are included.

Good luck.


shu... 13 Oct 2011 18:34


Originally Posted by markharf (Post 352339)
You can't put 27,000 miles on a bike and sell it for what it cost new, even when farkles are included.

Have to agree there. Price your bike the same way you would if it were stock with 27,000 miles and someone will buy it because the extras make it more attractive- they don't make it worth more money, though.

It's tough, but it's true. I've found that's the way the bike market works.


MedPlt 13 Oct 2011 19:08

How can you be selling a DL-1000 in San Diego and a KLR in Denver at the same time? BTW you are way overpriced on both. This smells like week old ChoHo to me.... :ban:


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