We are now travelling through Latin America on a Bajaj Pulsar 180cc with Chilean licence plates. We are second owner, we bought it with 8500km on the clock from a traveling Englishman who was the first owner (http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/hub...old-baja-60228
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc
-reliable! (mutch better then the chines stuff here)
-we keep the bike in good state / do service and maintainance
-quite new bike (now 4 months old, has now 11500km on the clock, when selling will probably have somewhat less then 20000km and about half a year old)
-max speed is 100km/h (full loaded at sea level). In the mountains is the max speed 80km/h, uphill 50km/h.
-you can ride with two up (like we do now). There is enough space for two + luggage. BUT, the back seat is not the most comfortable.
-Pulsar rear-seat tool kit + expansion (we have more then the original tools for the nessicary maintainance when riding dirt)
-two 35L side bags (not waterproof, but plastick bags work perfectly)
-knee and elbow pads (elbow pads are now adjusted as knee pads, but with a few stitches they are again elbow pads)
-brake lock + two keys
Modifications we did:
-big luggage rack (platform of 30x50cm, fits a big backpack)
-5cm wider mirrors (to be able to look around your luggage)
-changed the front tire for a tire with profile (not tubeless)
-We use the bike with a Limited Power of Attorney from Ecuador, so the bike is not yet on my name.
-when we arrive in Chili we will get the full proper paperwork done
1900USD / 1468 EUR
Mark van Katwijk
(I´m Dutch by the way)
Some pictures for now (I´ll put some better ones later):