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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by darmahman, Sep 10, 2005.
Mine during our local tag game:
Kinchloe near Clifton, VA?
Looks like a rather large BMW salesman too me...!
Am I right k-man...?
Old Carter's Mill/Training Barn Road, Marshall, Va
that screen looks massive..hard to tell though..info please?
My mate Bob and I on our way to the motogp last year
So I finally decided it was time to post a pic of my new-to-me '05. Had the good fortune of purchasing the bike from another inmate last spring and have been enjoying it ever since. This photo was taken on the night I brought her home. Hopefully I can get the picture to link correctly. Here goes...
That shield looks interesting - is that the CeeBailey's? Thoughts?
I am always amazed how they really haven't changed that much since 2005. Good looking bike. Put lots of miles on it.
And have fun with the new one!
It only looks big because of the tree lined up behind it. It's like the regular screen, just tinted. OEM BMW part.
In summer trim:
Put about 3k miles on it last season with the hopes of during much more riding this year. The better half and I have been talking about weekend rides and camping adventures. I think it's going to be a great riding season!
Just mounted my new Kirk Panniers!
These are beautiful, and are very strong!
It's the Ztechnik Z2418
I'm 6.7" (198cm) and I've tried a lot of different screens this one is the best for me (not as "ugly" as the AeroFlow screens) but still very effective,
uses GSA screen hardware/support bracket which is less expensive at Cee Baileys: http://www.ceebaileys.com/bmw/1200gsepws.html
Took the GSA out for a ride and found a new beach, be a shame not to get a little mud on the tires...
I guess you have taken enough pics of me in these leathers to spot me a mile off! haha
Will have the GSA out at EC one day soon for a few laps!
Jim - How would you rate them (fit/finish/build quality etc...) compared to the Jesse's?
Fit/finish and build quality are 90%+ of the Jesse's. The only slight issue I have is that the powder coat seems a tad fragile comparred to the Jesse bags, and Kirk outsourced that, so not his fault at all.
The material is exactly the same. Kirk does not grind the welds, but I prefer that because it adds strength. The design is great (though the design is basically mine with some necessary engineering from Kirk to make it work right).
Overall, a great set of bags at a VERY reasonable price!
This in in Northern Thailand.