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Discussion in 'Photos' started by atgreg, Aug 2, 2005.
his bike is looking great
I am sure Hugo Payen's sponsor (Marc Dorcel) can transform a Harly into the best looking Dakar-bike by far.
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and Laurent Lazard at the back
KTM 660 Rally in the 2007 Dakar
Before the ParisDakar rally, there was the Cote d'Ivoire-Core d'Azur rally. I found some pictures of that rally in the Yamaha corporate magazine "Circuit"
No idea who this is...
left to right; Rene Gulli (DT400), Christian Rayer (DT400) and Gilles Comte (XT500)
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Strange, after it uploaded the it is fine, but there gone afterwards. I do not know why, so I have put in the links. Sorry
Nice! Did you get any of our team? #42, 98 and 99? We were too busy to take photos and now I regret not having many at all. The bikes are long gone, so it would be nice to see them again.
This bike was owned by an independent rider seeking donations at this year's Overland Expo in Mormon Lake, AZ.
That's Jonah's bike from last year.
Hi Pebble, any local connection that you know of in view of the Bikers Jersey sponsorship?
Bikers Jersey is my business - we are helping Pyn out with all his KTM parts and accessories
Have to confess to being a bit of a Dakar nut - but this is the closest I am ever likely to get to actually taking part
It took a lot of time, also because I had other things to during 2013... on week in Tunisia and the Rallye Jo-Jo with my other AT, 5-6 races in the Italian Motorally Championship with my DRZ ) but now I have my Dakar Marathon alive and well:
here it is restored at its best possible
Got Italian papers and so did a couple of thousand KM here around
But only a couple of weeks ago at last had the engine really working fine , due to some dirt in the carburettor, probably coming form that old and damaged front tank...
So the next year I will test it a little bit more in a "lighter" mode
Nice 2013 everybody
Don't get me wrong, I LOVE Dakar, but nothing beats the big heavy bikes they used to run. They were so cool looking. The new ones are dirt bikes with fairings and fuel.
I agree but even though the bikes have been downsized, the event is still the reason we love Dakar Rally bikes and they are still hauling ass! I want a 450 Rally from KTM to go with my 950 and 640 but not at that price!
When you are done wrenching on my bikes Mike, you can buy to Rally Replicas.
From my boss's collection of pix. Dakar 1986.