Primary differences between the TR650 Terra and Strada come to suspension components and wheel choices. As BMW did with the G650 series, the more road-oriented Strada model rolls on cast-aluminum wheels, a 19-inch front and a 17-in. rear. The Terra spins 21-in. front and 18-in. rear conventional spoked hoops, though both bikes share a Sachs-made suspension system. The inverted fork has 7.5 in. of travel, as does the single, link-assisted shock. (BMW’s G bikes have different amounts of travel, with the Sertao packing a bit more.) Clearly, Husky expects the asphalt-bound Strada to have more of a supermoto feel than the quite benign, low-to-the-ground BMW G650GS.