What are the bikes like from in the saddle? Or should we say up on the pegs, seeing as how that's where you'll be when you realize that the biggest downside for smaller dual-sport bikes isn’t the lack of ponies, but the elongated reach down to the handlebar? Well, admittedly, the standard CRF250L still gets to feeling on the small side when tarmac turns to terra firma. On the other hand, with its taller suspension and tall dash tower, the Rally has an improved posture. When standing on the pegs, fully up and out of the saddle, it feels like a natural off-road motorcycle.