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I thought that this was already posted but I guess not..? Just another promo video for the 2017 Yamaha SCR950. Another one of those enjoy living type of videos. Get to hear more exhaust sound clips throughout.

"Part Sport, Part Heritage, Total Yamaha"

 

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The scr950 would work very well as a touring bike, just strap on your luggage and camp wherever the wind takes you. The heart is willing but my vacation days are not. :crying:
 

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The scr950 would work very well as a touring bike, just strap on your luggage and camp wherever the wind takes you. The heart is willing but my vacation days are not. :crying:
Sometimes we must take the leap of faith to break the chains of our 9-5 to pursue happiness...

Just kidding, have bills to pay, I'm in the same boat as you lol. No "free like a butterfly" for me either. :crying:
 

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On my bucket list is a motorcycle road trip through Europe. Maybe when I've retired in the future, but for now it's weekend rides to whatever is close.
 

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The SCR would look gorgeous riding through European streets or the country side. It just seems like something so fitting.

Do you have any nice twisties in your area or close to ?
 

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Riding through Europe with a DSLR is my idea :D

And that for me beats most peoples idea of a vacation since you get to experience more. First i'll have to get used to going on long rides on my own soil before venturing out. Might even have to have a truck and trailer just in case.
 

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I've often watched a lot of survival tool videos for situations like going on adventures out into "my unknown".

Always handy to watch but if you're taking a truck and trailer, I'm sure you'll be have everything you need in there. The main thing is extra fuel just so you can drive back if necessary lol.
 

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There's plenty of cargo space on the scr950 if you don't plan on camping. Tents and sleeping bags are huge, but if they're gone you'll have space for a small canister of extra gas, tool kit, and your essentials. I've backpacked before so minimal packing is easy, just never done it with a motorcycle.
 
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