What is the KLR 650 like?
Definitely not a beginner’s bike, the KLR delivers power right from the first twist of the throttle. The bike is the heaviest of our selection, packing a hefty 180 kilos. Being a good fit for all body sizes, the height and weight of this machine ensures you feel comfortable even when cruising at higher speeds. The KLR feels bulky when in traffic – a slight worry when you’re lane splitting – but its power and aggressiveness is sufficient for getting you out of tight spots. Designed to announce itself, the KLR earns you respect with the matatu drivers in crazy Nairobi roads and places you at par with otherwise rough private car users.
Overall, the KLR is the best choice for adventure touring and longer journeys. It should definitely be your pick for when you’re finally ready to go up and down this beautiful nation.
Additional charge for travelling outside of Kenya
We support those wishing to travel Africa-wide at a lump sum cost of around $100 per border, to cover the additional paper work and risk we face when our bikes leave Kenya. Please note that these charges may vary depending on the border
Booking and Cancellation
– To reserve a bike and guarantee its availability you ned to pay 30% of the rental cost in advance
– We reimburse 100% your prepayment if you cancel 2 weeks prior to rental start
(excluding expenses we incurred in preparation of your booking, e.g. COMESA insurance)
– Cancellations which are carried out after rental start will not be reimbursed
For users, pay extra attention when: