Rake and Trail: You Better Get It Right!

A few weeks ago while riding on a remote Cleveland National Forest road, I came upon a guy standing next to a beat up and scratched KLR 650-E Kawasaki. During the conversation that ensued, the owner of the KLR told me that he had been crashing often on loose sandy surfaces. He decided to go online to discuss his problem. The so-called online expert advised installing a set of guards on the front of the bike and to replace the stock suspension links with