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Suzuki DR650 Parts & Accessories

The Suzuki DR650 Budget Adventure Tourer

One of the nice things about the DR650 is the huge number of accessories and upgrades to choose from.

These are a few of the retailers I’ve used or which have been recommended by webBikeWorld visitors. Got a tip? Send it to me at

DR650 Accessories and Parts

My main source for all types of DR650-specific accessories is Pro Cycle. They have a huge number of DR650 accessories, many of them custom-made for Pro Cycle.

Also try Twisted Throttle or Hessler Motorsport in Germany also has a selection of Suzuki DR650 and other DR parts and accessories.

Other online retailers with a selection of more generic DR650 parts include Sporttour  |  Kientech  |  TPI Motorcycle Parts

There are many other sources for DR650 parts and accessories; here’s a list at Thumpertalk with links to DR650 accessories and online retailers

DR650 Luggage

Luggage Systems:  Trailmaster Adventures A900 bags made in Colorado for dual-sporters, KTM, BMW and KLR/DR650  |  Happy Trail makes a range of bags, both large and small, for the DR650; we ordered a set and reviewed the Imnaha bags, along with the Happy Trails racks, waterproof liners and top bags  |  Pro Cycle has a luggage rack system and Pelican ABS bags to fit the DR650  |  TCI Products (aka Turbo City) has the “Outback Luggage System” using racks and Pelican ABS cases for panniers

Luggage Racks:  Pro Moto Billet makes the nice-looking “Rack It” rear cargo rack, along with other protective bits like disk brake guards and foot pegs.

DR650 Electrics

LFP and Lithium Motorcycle Batteries:  wBW Review: Shorai vs. Ballistic LFP Motorcycle Battery Comparison; I’m currently running the Shorai battery in the DR650 and it really perks up the starter motor when it’s turning over that big thumper!

DR650 Chassis

Handlebars: I didn’t want to do it, but ended up replacing the stock bar with a set of Pro Taper SE bars with the CR bend, purchased at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, which is about as close to the stock configuration as you can get.

I’m glad I did and now that I did it, I probably should have gone with something just a touch higher. But these are excellent and fits my modified Cycra/Tusk hand guards.

I’ll be reporting on both of these soon — fitting the hand guards was a huge job that shouldn’t be… I added a set of Pro-Taper Pillow Top MX Grips in Black/Grey/Black, which also took some doing. More on that soon.

Foot Pegs: I ordered a set of low foot pegs and will be installing them soon. I’m 5’10” but feel slightly cramped, so we’ll see what the new pegs will do.

Seat: I installed a Pro Cycle Saddlemen seat and will be reporting on that soon also in the blog.

DR650 Lighting

Lighting: First thing, I added a set of BikeVis LEDs with the PodMod modulator, which adds extra visibility to the bike. The nice front reflector brackets make a perfect mount for these lights and others I’ll be adding soon.

I’ll report on the BikeVis installation also in the blog. I’ll probably end up installing one of the HID kits from Pro Cycle also.

Dual-Sport Videos

 Dirt Riding Skills for Dual Sport and Adventure Riders (DVD) by Carl Adams

Adventure Riding Techniques: The Essential Guide to All the Skills You Need for Off-Road Adventure Riding by Robert Wicks and Greg Baker

Dual Sport Riding Techniques Beginning and Advanced DVD by Ned Sussue (American Dakar Rally finisher).

Dual-Sport Riding Books

The Essential Guide to Dual Sport Motorcycling: Everything You Need to Buy, Ride, and Enjoy the World’s Most Versatile Motorcycles by Carl Adams.

 Adventure Motorcycling Handbook by Robert Wicks and Greg Baker.

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