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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by baboon, Aug 1, 2008.
Now THAT ^^^^ is a bashplate!!!
looks to me like this one (adventure spec):
My friend Jorge in Touratech Event PORTUGAL 2012
Zega Pro 38/38?
This winter, I did 2000km through France, from Paris to Toulouse, riding mostly in the Auvergne region. A lot of fun !
Hahaha FFS I did the same thing from Lille to Hyères to Limoges for 2700kms. We basicly rode the same regions.
Must have been an even greater view being there live ...
Beautiful British Columbia
Yes and no... Touratech panniers, BUT 38 L left, 45 L right. Big ass that's it. For two up rides it's the best. for solo, I'm considering to put some money on the Wolfman Bags...
Thank's for your answer, I had some Zega Pro 45/45 on my ex-950 orange and that was really great!
Now I'm thinking of buying some new ones for my 800GS but I was not sure about the size... 31/38 won't be a good deal 'cause we are two peoples too and I was thinking of a 38/45 too...
Do you have 114cm for the width with the two panniers (this is my estimation with the Touratech specs)?
Hummm... Never got to measure them; but this could be your reference: the panniers are wider than the handlebars. Some folks around here tried to tell me that it could be difficult in heavy traffic... nonsense. Those panniers are made for long hauls, looong trips, not to be around the city.
Espagnac Saint-Eulalie, France
Nice pics everyone! Keep 'em comin!
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