F800GS / F700GS / F650GS Twin pics

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

  1. Navaho

    Navaho Long timer

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    Ouachita Natl. Forest. Wrong tires for slimey creek crossings.:eek1

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  2. The Griz

    The Griz Long timer

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    The Grand Teton GS
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  3. klarue

    klarue Been here awhile

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    Here are a few "artsy" shots from in and around the San Diego, CA area. :evil

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  4. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks House Ape

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    Nice, Kevin. What lens did you use on that one?

    David
  5. klarue

    klarue Been here awhile

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    Hiya David! Long time... Thanks for asking. Shot with a Nikon D2X with 70-200 lens, but the real magic came from post-processing with Capture NX 2 software from Nikon and Nik Software's "Color Efex Pro 3.0" filters - Vignette Blur, Darken/Lighten Center... Amazing stuff. www.niksoftware.com (shameless plug!).

    Cheers, KLR
  6. Y E T I

    Y E T I Unpossible

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    I call Otay Lakes on this one:

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    Nice pictures!! :thumb
  7. skamikazee

    skamikazee Noviço

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    I can really imagine this picture on the last page of the catalog, with a few letters, randomly displayed over it, and a fold up on the side...

    Great photos though, i'm sure you must have a few more wich you'l be posting over the next few days, right? :D
  8. eastcoastzigzag

    eastcoastzigzag Been here awhile

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    ------still enjoying the happy trail boxes?
  9. klarue

    klarue Been here awhile

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    Hey... thanks skamikazee! <blushing> If there are any catalog owners out there, contact me! :evil

    The reality is: More riding = more fotos. Now... if I could just get to that "more riding" part!</blushing>
  10. klarue

    klarue Been here awhile

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  11. GoneAgain

    GoneAgain Huh?

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    Hey Ben, are they the Heidi K60's your running there?? how'd you find them in the rocky stuff, in the sand and on the tarmac??

    thanks..
  12. nat_han

    nat_han 2 Wheelers By Choice.. =]

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    able to share with the folks here on how much the fuel bladder cost you(12Litre bag)?

    looks like the solution to getting a long fuel range instead of spending 2k on the touratech fuel tank... :wink:
  13. nat_han

    nat_han 2 Wheelers By Choice.. =]

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    thanks dude! i think it will cost me more to get it shipped to singapore!

    maybe around 250 Sing Dollars for me to buy it...
  14. vidd

    vidd how was your lamb?

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    :bow thats some serious ... wow. and sweet.

    on the other hand, my measly morning stroll photo, now most definitly emasculated
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  15. MCMXCIVRS

    MCMXCIVRS Long timer

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    Good to know that combo works. I am going to need a new rear much sooner than the front TKC and will probably get the K60 for the back now instead. I wasn't sure about going that route, I've always kept to matched tires in the past, but wasn't thrilled with the idea of getting the quick wearing rear TKC again. I went with the TKCs to replace the original Anakees since I wasn't able to find a supplier to get the K60s quick enough for my summer trip. Still need to pin down a supplier that ships to or is in Canada.
  16. Y E T I

    Y E T I Unpossible

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    I just had a rear K60 dropped on my doorstep yesterday. I'll be running this combo very, very soon myself. Glad to hear it works too.
  17. seebag

    seebag Adventurer

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    Moto-Amore in California http://www.moto-amore.com/ ships to Canada. Had them deliver a set of K60's a few months ago.
  18. DidYouSeeThat

    DidYouSeeThat Uhhhh... Where?

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    This one is on the way to go White Water Kayaking on the Kern.

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    This one is on the driveway, I just installed the Soft Bags ;)
  19. Trippelke

    Trippelke BMW Adventurer

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    Hellow Guys and Girls,

    I am new here.
    This is my BMW F800GS
    I have now 8888 km's that will be around 5522 miles.
    My bike is now 3 mounths old.

    Oh and I am from Belgium.

    I really love my bike.
    Normally next year we are going to the Alps, Italië and Scotland.
    But first I have to find a solution for my bagage problem. I don't want panniers because they are to expensive.

    Greetings :wink:

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  20. Penguin69

    Penguin69 You pay as you go

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    I´m another one who´s new here. Got my brand new 2009 800 GS two weeks ago, and it´s been a great time since. The weather here in Sweden sucks at this time of year though, cold and lots of rain.

    Here´s a couple of pictures from today, cloudy white skies and about 5 degrees celsius.

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