F800GS / F700GS / F650GS Twin pics

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by baboon, Aug 1, 2008.

  1. matho...

    matho... Μιά ζωή OnOffάς!

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    Greece climbing the mountains...
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  2. nickgindy

    nickgindy KLR Basher

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    my 2012 F650gs offroad and on a motorcross track. Think there is a hill climb and me dropping it too. Damn height problems.

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  3. Loutre

    Loutre Cosmopolitan Adv

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    you should post this in the video section
  4. simtrax

    simtrax n00b

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    Time for me to come out of the shadows of this forum.
    First post on advrider. Of course it has to be a pic of the bike.
    This was yesterday at Mellbystrand, Sweden. About 4 degrees Celsious outside.

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  5. soph9

    soph9 Would Love to ride ALL the TIME

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    Great weekend for some fun riding versus riding to work...

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  6. Motoriley

    Motoriley Even my posing is virtual

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    Nice pics but where is winter....

    Just jealous as we are getting some snow this week.:D

  7. soph9

    soph9 Would Love to ride ALL the TIME

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    we have frost this morning and that white stuff? Much better when it stays on the local mountains and leaves the valley alone...:D
  8. LostViking

    LostViking Long timer

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    Gone, but giving some thought to a 2013 in blue,

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  9. Motorfiets

    Motorfiets Long timer

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  10. toowheels

    toowheels on a mission...

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    There's some out here...you just have to go high enough...
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    a little here but not high enough...

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    ...I see some over that way...

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    There we go!

    Now it's getting dark and cold!

    Dave
  11. soph9

    soph9 Would Love to ride ALL the TIME

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    you are begging to get hurt again Dave aren't you?:rofl
  12. toowheels

    toowheels on a mission...

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    I was taking it easy...really :lol3

    Never say die! :rofl

    Speaking of, here's a pic of Redhed from Vancouver Island on his way down to Ushuaia!

    I stole it from his blog but he is an inmate here:

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    He's in Guatemala here but he's in Columbia now.

    He just wrote me to say hi. I'm sure you've met him on one of the DSBC rides.
    His blog:http://redhedsmototravels.blogspot.ca/
    I don't think he's posting it here though.

    Awesome Redhed!!!

    Dave
  13. markymcd

    markymcd Been here awhile

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    Dave, you're running out of plastic on that thing!
  14. O-Man

    O-Man Adventurer

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    Did you say that the Cee Bailey W/S from the old 800GS will not fit the 2013 GS? I have an 18" CB W/S that survived when I totaled my 09' F650GS and it appears that it will fit my new blue 800GS. Have not installed it yet, but holding it up to the bike it seems to fit.:D
  15. soph9

    soph9 Would Love to ride ALL the TIME

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    we used the enhanced bracket with the shield and it did not fit...Cee Bailey confirmed that too....can't hurt to try...
  16. O-Man

    O-Man Adventurer

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    I didn't have the enhanced bracket on my F650, had 21000 miles and no problems without it. I'll try the W/S on the 800 later this week. Thanks for the info. :D
  17. MiguelVR

    MiguelVR Adventurer

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    Hi,
    First ever post here. Been searching forum for long, but never posted. Guess the logic way to start is with a photo of my ride, and introduce myself. My name is Miguel and live in Lisbon, Portugal. I've bought my motorcycle last year, so it´s a 2011 Sun Yellow F650 GS. I'm really, really, happy with her. It´s a great bike that takes me anywhere, urban, road, motorway or off-road (not that I've tried that much).
    So here she is:
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  18. Motorfiets

    Motorfiets Long timer

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    welcome aboard!!!

    any lurkers out there thinking about joining.... take note.... a noob who can post a picture!!!!!! :lol3
  19. Dieselpwr

    Dieselpwr Been here awhile

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    Mais um Portuga! :clap Welcome. How do you like that Touratech windscreen?

  20. MiguelVR

    MiguelVR Adventurer

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    Have some experience in forum talk. Classic cars related foruns were basic school for me. I can even quote...

    Much better than the OEM, but that's not too hard. More stability is what I noticed. I'm slightly big for the bike (180 cm), so TT windscreen doesn't do the job completely. It moved the turbulence higher, but for longer rides I'll need the deflector.
    The seat is really bad. That in time will change also.