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Selling my 2017 Kawasaki Versys 1000 LT. Purchased from another forum member who took immaculate care of the bike during ownership, I would love to see it go to another enthusiast.

All maintenance is up to date with just shy of 15k miles.
Asking $7500

Go Cruise Throttle lock
National Cycle VStream Sport/Tour windscreen, stock screen included.
ROX Elite pivoting bar risers
New professionally upholstered custom seat on stock seat pan.
SW-MOTECH Crash bars
GIVI Kawasaki branded Top Case/w pillion pad, and rack mount
Versys 1000 LT KQR 28 Liter hard saddle bag set, all luggage matched to ignition key
Kawasaki Barkbuster Handguards
New air filter and synthetic oil
Michelin Road 5 Tires
LED lights Frnt/Rr
ABS, 3 Level traction control and 2 ride modes,
52 mpg Avg.

The Versys has exceeded my expectations. It offers great wind protection, buttery smooth power, and is all day comfortable in the saddle, everything I have ever wanted for riding paved roads.

That said this past year I've been bitten by the ADV bug and would like a bike with more gravel road capability, to be able to explore more of the diverse riding Colorado has to offer. I love this Versys and considered adding a small dual sport but would like to keep just one bike-for now.

Clean title in hand, I can help support fly & rides from DIA, Centennial, or CO Springs.

Thanks for looking
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If I did not have my 2019 Versys I would be down from Aurora tomorrow. Excellent price for a bike that is perfectly outfitted.
I'll probably regret selling, but no regrets owning this bike, it punches well above its weight. I've had a few demo rides on the 2019-22 SE 1000, fantastic machines and even more refined. All high value for dollar bikes, like a Japanese Multistrada but without all the Italian drama.
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