Interesting option to go full adventure with super tanker gas tank option.
I 100% agree. When I was really young my neighbor was sponsored by Husky and feeling sorry for me and my sad trail 70 he loaned me a two year old former race bike to ride. At the time, I had to stand on a milk crate to get on and if I dropped it I had to walk back to get help to get it back upright again. I then bought a 125 and just loved that bike even though it didn't have the power, didn't look as good, couldn't carry as much and even lacked the range of the bigger husky. Being confident in the single track and on the more open fire roads on a lighter bike was the ticket then and if I ever feel the need to buy a mostly off road bike it would be the way I would go now.I may have not stated my position well. The above Husky is perfect for those long off-road adventures because you can drop it and little will be damaged, like a real dirt bike. It is those guys with expensive, and much heavier, GSs and similar portly "off-road" bikes that would be a challenge for any non-super rider, without a lot of assistance in those Oh-Crap sections. Plenty of YouTube videos demonstrate this.