Hacking a 2010 1200 Super Tenere

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by Brendan J, Mar 7, 2011.

  1. Brendan J

    Brendan J ONE HACK AT A TIME

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    What sort of bike you looking for Paul?
  2. prestonpaul

    prestonpaul What?

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    A cheap one! :rofl
    Don't know at this stage. One of the ex police BMW R1200 would be awesome, but way outside my price range. Possibly a Hyosung 650 or something of that nature? Had a look at putting an enduro style sidecar on my 640 Adv but the big tank makes it hard to get any bracing in to the frame up the front.
    Probably just dreaming at the moment, can't afford to do anything really but if something was to come up at the right price I may take the plunge.
  3. nevgriff64

    nevgriff64 Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Sorry to read this, Brendan. :cry

    Glad you are OK and healing well mate. :thumb
  4. longwayaround

    longwayaround Female Adventurer

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    ouch, i could feel your pain in the pictures you posted of the collision...all your work undone by a flying bimbo. so glad you are ok, bikes can be replaced and repaired. By the sounds of it this thread may turn into a new exciting one. You are what makes this adv community so great, get back up on the saddle and im looking forward to your new project?!
  5. elizilla

    elizilla Not Quitting

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    Last June I bought the Ural outfit that now parks next to my Super10. I've had so much fun with the Ural since then, that today I went googling for Super10 sidecars. This thread came right up. I'm a very irregular visitor here so I hadn't seen it yet, and I rarely post, but I have to say, Brendan, I love your Super10 hack and I'm very sorry to hear of its sad fate! I look forward to seeing what you do next!