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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
Which skid plate is on the white one ??? Do you know ?
Glad to see some more KTMs in SA . I am coming home to SA in a weeks time . I wish I could rent one to go riding in Baviaanskloof and do the Garden Route down to Plett from J-Bay .
The GO!!!!!!!! has always been one of my favourites . The sexiest bike ever built .
Yeah its made but a small company here in South Africa called Dual Purpose Adventures.
Its a really good plate if you look carefully there is a dent in it where the rider crash the bike hard and the plate hit a rock. So the plate definitely saved the engine as he rode teh bike home after and he is still using the same plate today.
Still working here..
950 ADV turning into EXC 950 Rally.. From Italy!
KTM EXC 950 RALLY REPLICA 2013 (ex ADV 950 S 2003) KTM EXC 300 2009
I think the 990S is as sexy as it can get:
I'm in !
Keep your updates coming please
Wow. Low Kms! I've put that on mine since last March when I brought it home from the stealership! Great find. CONGRATS!
A fairly easy gravel road outing last weekend.
Found a rather large bridge in the forest:
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/groverjones/8533949370/" title="KTM at Trestle Bridge near Nowa Nowa by groverjones, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8382/8533949370_a940e01621_b.jpg" width="683" height="1024" alt="KTM at Trestle Bridge near Nowa Nowa"></a>
Forgot to put a 990 in this photo:
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/groverjones/8533950774/" title="Nowa Nowa Trestle Bridge by groverjones, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8105/8533950774_ba41635018_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="Nowa Nowa Trestle Bridge"></a>
Errinundra Plateau- some big trees in the middle of nowhere:
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/groverjones/8532842783/" title="KTM at Errinundra Road by groverjones, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8373/8532842783_469b99048a_b.jpg" width="682" height="1024" alt="KTM at Errinundra Road"></a>
I like this project. Keep us updated! Give us also some details.
I love trestles, that one looks way better shape than the last one I found.
Are you comming to 2013 Hellas Rally Raid? I see the 2012 Evia Rally Raid sticker.
Nice transformation. You are making our dream bike.
Keep us posted.
Wow, Mike, that's awesome... I love to find old structures and see how fragile they seem to be today, despite the fact they successfully accomplished all the tasks they were ment to, lots of years ago...
(and no computers! just brain, wood, hammers, nails... screws in the better cases)
Thanks for sharing.
REALLY like these photos!!!
They'd be better if I had a real camera. I've been using a Casio Commando on my trips and a beat up old Kodak Sport because they are water proof. The kodak is one finger and hangs around my neck for on the fly shots, both 5mp.
Thanks, I so very much want to go back there. Those were taken on the Edgerton Hwy a couple hours or so out of Valdez, Alaska. It's a dead end road but worth it.
I'm looking to finally get a real travel camera that can live in bad weather, preferably a Pentax WG-2 with GPS. The nice thing about using the Casio is the photos can be geo-tagged so if I forget where I took it, I can get the coordinates from within. You have to go to the source of the photo, you can't download the ones above, but if you go to the photo where it is linked from like on my photobucket, download to your desktop or where ever, you can right click the photo and browse the properties to get a GPS coordinate of where it was taken. Some times it is pretty accurate but sometimes off a hundred feet or so.
BE CAREFUL when photographing children and things you don't want stolen with the GPS in your phone or camera turned on, the location will no longer be a secret. Downloading from Advrider seems to strip personal data from the files.
End of the road, Kennecott Copper Mine (taken at midnight)
Nice history. ...
I'm surprised you didn't include a picture of the Kuskulana bridge- made in 1910. You rode over it on the way to Kennecott.
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I hope you managed to take the tour through the mill when you were at Kennecott- that was well worth the $25!
So preparing for this trip !!!!!
Just not so sure it will be a round trip .............
Sorry, I did not get to see the inside of the mine. I saw one guy while I was down there and he was as personable as and looked like the moronic gang leader on "Wild Hogs".
I did use my bike as a step stool....
to take a walk...
to see a river...
That road was very rewarding in both scenery and wildlife. The only Grizzly I saw was on that road. Also saw a mother and calf moose just 30 yards off the road. It was also the only road where I nearly bit it. I wasn't paying attention and hit a "creek crossing" at speed with only enough time to get 6" of air between my butt and saddle before crushing my nuts into the tank bag when I hit the lip on the other side. Luckily it was less than a foot deep but a good 10+ wide. I guess the water had to cross some place. There was one sectgion getting rebuilt and the Inn owner in the village before the rock cut said they state had planned to improve the road for more tourist
I plan to go back after I pick up a fresher 950 or go through my motor. By the time I can afford both, mine will be closing in on 100k miles