Downsides? There are a few. At 432 pounds and wide abeam, the KLR650 is rather chunky for serious off-road work. Likewise, its tires are street-oriented, though since rubber only lasts so long, you can swap them for a better dirt pattern later. And importantly, with electric start only, when the Big One happens, you better hope the battery is fully charged. Otherwise, it’s bump-start only, baby! For hunters, moonshiners, and other sneaky types, a Camo version is optional.