For airfreight comparison, I got an Africa Twin down to 313kgs volumetric weight (which is cubic volume in litres divided by six to give you "kilograms"). That was marginally less than it (and luggage etc) weighed, so I paid the 318 actual
Fully built, without a pallet, an AT with a pannier each side is
240cm x 110cm x 140cm high = 616 volumetric kg.
I took the panniers off, the front wheel out, the handlebars off and the top fairing off. The mirrors ended up in a pannier. See photo below... All strapped down and including the pallet, it was 201cm x 85cm x 110cm = 313kg. Pictured here at the freight forwarder's facility near Cape Town International.
Note that I palletised it, it wasn't crated - to save on more real weight, and because I figured
a) it had already taken a beating across Africa and some more scratches wouldn't hurt, and
b) the handlers would be able to see what they were loading.
'02 Africa Twin (sold), GSX-R 1000 K5 (sold), '97 TL1000S, '08 DRZ400 SM/S, '92 CRM250