The biggest gain in the Adventure Riding world in my opinion is a small group size. There is not one other aspect that enhances the tour experience more than a small group. No big fancy moto can create a better group dynamic than simply limiting the group size and creating a sense of purpose for everyone. I learned a long time ago that sometimes you can get more done with less. In this case, that rings true; we can experience more if we ride as a team.
Patagonia is a place of extremes, with great riding and a lot to do off the bike as well. If you come to rent and ride in a group, I recommend limiting the group size. This does two things. It helps you organize a better ride, and it creates excitement with your friends. It also helps people commit to the ride, which believe it or not, is sometimes hard to do. Another advantage for small group size is finding hostels and hotels, which will be much easier. In remote regions of the world such as Patagonia all things that may get taken for granted back home should be accounted for. I often give on important piece of advice to riders - schedule a full day or at least half a day for unforeseen issues: a flat tire, a missed ferry connection, road construction, basically anything that may take time away from what you had planned. After all it is an Adventure Ride.