Let's see your 1200GS/A

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by darmahman, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. precarious

    precarious Been here awhile

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    :lol3 maybe a little
  2. mpleik

    mpleik Adventurer

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    Happy New Year!!!

    Here is mine on mountains of North Greece between the goats..:evil

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  3. ADVTuga

    ADVTuga Paulo Lança

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  4. SHOELESS

    SHOELESS Swine Pilot

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    This is my first picture post.My triple black after a New Years day ride ...John

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  5. SHOELESS

    SHOELESS Swine Pilot

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    Will detail next weekend but the ride was worth it...John

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  6. fastgpfred

    fastgpfred Adventurer

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    love this bike

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  7. Jim03R

    Jim03R Adventurer

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    Yup, she got tired and had to take a nap. Had nothing to do with my crappy riding skills.

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  8. spacejunky

    spacejunky Adventurer

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    Hey, picked my GSA about a month ago. Here she is:

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  9. ultane

    ultane sqeezin the bag

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    Welcome to ADVRider fastgpfred. You're going to love it even more, with every ride.. :D
  10. PapiD

    PapiD Adventurer

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    Here's my 06. Picked it up right before Christmas. Love

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  11. fastgpfred

    fastgpfred Adventurer

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    Thanks.Had lots of scoots - lots of miles - only previous bikes that were as compliant and easy to ride fast were sport bikes and the GS does so much else better. (6 bags from grocery store, gnarly roads, etc)
  12. joe camarda

    joe camarda Been here awhile

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    Sadly, no gnarly adventure pictures here. Just the new (to me) factory lowered 08 R1200GS tearing it up in front of my house.

    I've added some interesting accessories though:ear

    These are Rigid Industries dually lights mounted on an MC Products lightbar... If anyone has the entire MC Products lightbar/lexan headlight protector assembly and would like to part with the crossbar and lexan portions, I'd be interested (apparently they are not made any longer).

    https://www.rigidindustries.com/category-s/131.htm
    http://www.mcpparts.com/

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  13. joe camarda

    joe camarda Been here awhile

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  14. joe camarda

    joe camarda Been here awhile

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    Cant get rid 'a me quite so soon...

    I've also painted the metal side panels black... as well as the upper small side panel immediately in front of the seat.

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    Those of you who are very observant, may also notice that I've painted the bit below the oil cooler black and added an (offset) BMW roundel....
  15. joe camarda

    joe camarda Been here awhile

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    And what does the future hold for me you may ask.. or not...

    Well, I'm presently exploring heated/long distance seats and windscreen upgrades.

    Retired now with (evidently) too much time on my hands. Need to ride more :freaky

    Addendum: Ive also added One Off Motor Sports HID lights, great upgrade from a very helpful vendor
    http://www.1offmotorsports.com/

    Finally. I'm ambivalent re the mounting of the topcase as it makes getting on/off the bike more of an effort than it should be.

    There, now you're done with me.
  16. SHOELESS

    SHOELESS Swine Pilot

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    I am so jealous of that one word "retired".Good for you .............
  17. Leonardo L'Americano

    Leonardo L'Americano Adventurer

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    This is mine

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  18. fudgypup

    fudgypup Banned

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    This is the nicest GSA I've ever seen. Really nice.

    Most of it's too much for me, but I do like your skid plate, tank side protectors, fork protectors. I just got those tank side protectors from Twalcom because I've put it down a few times and already have had the tank poked. Don't want to spend $1100 on a new tank. Want those fork protectors too.

    Very nice.
  19. RoverGS

    RoverGS Been here awhile

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    Finally....! After purchasing back in November, I'm home long enough this week to take delivery of my new 2011 GSA. Rode it today for the first time too. WOW! No regrets in trading my K12GT for it. The Heidenau's look and ride nice too. All that's left is to add some protection pieces and have it painted. Not a fan of the yellow. Don't see it growing on me (the color). Spring can't get here soon enough! :clap

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  20. NoVa Rider

    NoVa Rider Long timer

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    Congrats -- let the farkling and painting begin! :clap