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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
That's a KTM supermoto front fender and a Touratech rear tailbag. Thanks, I love this bike.
This was after a few beer when we were camping at Laguna Ojos de Liebre
Predictably, this was the bike a few moments later...
This was along the coast around Ejidro Erendira on the Pacific side
On the way home I saw this and had to take a photo...
I would be doing a disservice to the board if I didn't include this little beauty... On the beach in Puertocitos. . .
Thank you for doing us proud then and including that last pic. Now thats something I would like to ride
Do I see tire marks there?....
Nice!! I was wondering how I could afford a 950 until I saw that last pic, now I'm wondering how I could afford one of those!
Save, save, save. They're VERY expensive!
However the 950 isn't over-rated and you can ride it longer
And fast too....
I know, I know..
I still want both though. I do have the feeling that both would leave me poor and worn out, but a hero in my own mind!
I got to take my friends 950 out for a ride a few months ago, man, what an awesome bike!!! Sound freaking awesome with the Remus pipes too!
Where's your rear fender plate holder?
The snow is finally melting!!!!!!
C'mon guys....this is slipping right back to page 8!!:eek1 :eek1
not much action but here are a few from the X2 tour.
Here is the 950 at rest at Johnston Valley:
The day before that she was burried in snow. Snow sucks!
No problems with KTM transmission Droppler effects to date
On tour with camping gear in Scotland
Here is one of me and the beast
Recently posted to my "new wheels" thread.
At the Whitewater Center on HWY 64 just west of Ducktown, TN:
On the White Rim trail in Canyonlands.