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Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.
moc pkný, eská republika se chválí (a rozpoznává) sama.
It's still better to be hot and riding than stuck at work all day.
One of my riding buddies lives in Whitehouse Station and we sometimes ride around that area. I can't place where the rest area is located. The second pic looks more familiar.
Also, what kind of case is that on the back of your bike? Looks like it's the perfect size for the 990.
That beemer couldn't hide it... he's astonished...
Depends on the air conditioning
It's a Touratech Rapid Trap Series Pro. Great for trips, but (imo) a little large for local use. I have a lower profile Pelican that I'll probably try to fit up for daily use.
- ADV in front; what else?
Sharp bike Mark, clean and uncluttered graphics, looks good
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Scenic, South Dakota
Drove by back in 2011:
Was on a KLR tho when traveling the USA.
Never was fond of the Blue KTM's. But this pic really changed my mind.
My newly bought 2004 : )
Enjoy and ride safe.
I've just did a quick dress up on the bike...
yay or nay?
That's the hell of the classic orange beast...
Where all the insanity began...
Congrats, Magnus, it looks sharp, neat and ready to go. Piece of advice, though, if you agree: http://www.ktm950.info/
There you can follow up your model tech issues and debugging.
And last week in Switzerland
Got a little overnight ride with the missus(photographer).
This is just below 11,000 feet on the Ouray side of Red Mountain Pass.