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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
My back yard!
Breaking in the new superplush suspension
Trying to get every last mile out of that D908rr
Isn't that where Guy Martin's from? North Lincolnshire? Does everyone there talk like an ADHD terrier jacked up on methamphetamine?
I went to the IOMTT practice week and everyone in Manchester just seemed like they wanted to drink....
That's a section of track I'd plan my route to take downhill!
I hope not, mine's only half worn out at 60k miles. I hope they either continue another couple years so there's some fresh meat out there when mine gets retired or they come up with a replacement that fits my riding.
Wife is in Phoenix for a concert with her daughter. My son and I were going to put some goodies on the bike, but he is sick. Dragging a sick boy to the shop to work on the bike is just bad parenting, so we came up with this solution.
I like the way you think of your sons health?????
Health comes first. Gooooood dady..
Good thing it wasn't a Harley... you would have left an obvious oil drip trail and it would have been a lot harder to get rid of the evidence.
How did the tiles hold up to the bike? Obviously you put a towel under the center stand.
I've been thinking of tiling at least part of my garage
No problem with tile. Figure car dealers have tile in the show room, it is pretty tough but I did want to protect it from the center stand. If I was going to store a bike on a tile floor I would put something under the tires so they don't mark up the floor.
Swaziland, Southern Africa.
That looks like it would be a lot of work!
fantastic! (fathering and bike that is)
It was a handful in that sand wash...
Not got the pic postn down just yet !!!
Beautiful scenery & roads. What a great ride.
hardcore, love it.
under moggollon rim, roberts mesa rd, central az...
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