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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Eric66, Jul 19, 2013.
Here's an old DR600 I restored, good old bus took it up Cape York and Ayres Rock a few years back.....
My DR500, back in 1982, enjoying the view of the 12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road, Vic. Sporting the very latest in soft panniers and Dry Bags. Can't get to that spot now. Too many fences and Japanese tourists.
Does a '93 count?
Christmas rally a loooong time ago
the jacket is the one that shrank :huh....
Sure. I have one of those old jackets too. Funny how much smaller they can get over time. I think it must be something to do with the type of leather or its exposure to sunlight. Or something like that.
That looks the dr my friend from many years ago owned!
Me and kawasaki tenguys 650
Very cool, Johnno!
The klr was a fantastic bike,lots of great times on these.
Come on! You can't post a photo like that and not tell us the story behind it.........
Nup. Found some dodgy pix of the actual bikes involved. Awesome......
From memory when it fell over it did close to $500 dollars worth of improvements.
Great stuff! Lots of bikes here I drooled over as a kid!
Surely you could come up with more than "it fell over".
I would have said that I swerved to miss a UFO, had it full lock sideways at 180mph, got pitched over the bars, flipped 5 times, then lost control of the thing..........
Back to the real world, here's couple more of mine, FWIW.
Here's a couple of my old beastie.. 30 years young and still poppin wheelies.
One of the funnest bikes I've ever had the pleasure of riding, these things are pure sex!
The old days leaving the dream ...peace
I bought a new TT600L '84...just a lovely weapon.
124Kg & 45hp, mono king..
One of my all time favorite bikes.
nice, I've got a 250 Mark 3 in the garage awaiting attention.