The Rally kit is more like traditional scramblers we have seen, meant to spend time on road and off. Including spoked wheels ($1,300), which are still 18-inch rear and 19-inch front, and a high-mount Akrapovic exhaust ($1,900), the Rally is the most expensive and expansive of the accessory sets. The kit also includes a headlight cowl ($150), the same footpegs as the Tracker kit ($280), new front and rear mudguards ($300 and $200), as well as the high license plate mount ($250) and, of course, what scrambler-style bike would be complete without a brown seat ($300). Taller handlebars made by ProTaper ($120), radiator guards ($250), tank badges ($450), as well as a handful of mounting pieces help round the bike out and finish that Rally, scrambler look. This whole set is a lot of money to tack on top of a new $13,000–$15,000 motorcycle, but because they’re all available individually it’s something consumers can chip away at or buy pieces of if and when they want.