Let's see your 1200GS/A

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

  1. MarkV

    MarkV Been here awhile

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    unrelated to beemers but ditto.

    i really just want to say i dig the m stripe on JT's ride... nice.
  2. PanzerCommander

    PanzerCommander Been here awhile

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    I do care my friend .. I do.
  3. PanzerCommander

    PanzerCommander Been here awhile

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    You're kidding right ?
  4. PanzerCommander

    PanzerCommander Been here awhile

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    Except the 720Watts alternator and the suspension travel .. you have a GSA ! :D
  5. jsantos58

    jsantos58 jsantos58

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    I am still a nOOb, and would like to share my pic of my pride and joy,, can anyone, give me some advice on how to upload the pics,, everytime I try, I get that my pics exceed the size allotted. I am using the lowest setting in my dig-cam... any recommendations would be appreciated.. Thanks,
    js
  6. SCQTT

    SCQTT Zwei Kolben

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    Try this Mr. Santos

    Two different ways

    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=919
  7. Huber Tuber

    Huber Tuber Beer is good

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    Almost! Works out as I am not 6ft tall with a 34" inseem. :1drink
  8. Huber Tuber

    Huber Tuber Beer is good

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    You forgot the tuxedo wrinkle steamer and missle launcher.
  9. synergy

    synergy Adventurer

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    <TABLE class=tborder id=post4258867 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=4 width="100%" align=center border=0><TBODY><TR vAlign=top><TD class=alt2 width=175>:chace Oh yeah, it's a S&W 1911 (45) w/laser sights. It helps to even the playing field and keep everyone honest.


    </TD><TD class=alt1 id=td_post_4258867><!-- message -->Stromtrooper246<SCRIPT type=text/javascript> vbmenu_register("postmenu_4258867", true); </SCRIPT> ask...Is that a 1911 in the crossdraw? Sweeeet.:D




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  10. b_r_a_d

    b_r_a_d On tHe RoAd

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    A dream ride
  11. fixinbones

    fixinbones Tarmac Adventurer

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    I took this photo right after a late winter service/cleanup[​IMG]
  12. GSARick

    GSARick Adventurer

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    just had the first service done- found some fire roads. ran into some sand and got stuck twice- lucky I didn't lay it down. enjoyed twisting the throtle spinning the back tire and breaking loose.

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  13. zzmaster

    zzmaster Ride Your Ass Off...

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    Do you like your windscreen? How tall R U?
  14. GSARick

    GSARick Adventurer

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    As far as the windscreen goes: I'm 5'10" and I like the stock windscreen- It keeps me sitting up straight so I can look over it. I have the low Sargent seat which set me down a bit more than the stock seat. My only complaint is that when looking down throuht the screen at the ground right in front of me the vision can be distorted becasue of the bend right at the top on the screen. hope that helps- my advice is to try it for a few thousand miles before you waste any money on something different.
  15. Bucky

    Bucky Been here awhile

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    Picking up my 07 GS, .. put Piaa 510, ADV planners, crashbars, and head protectors. along with an aftermarket skid plate. Love it so far, I had to leave town so i miss it so far but i got 708 miles on it in my first week. Going from Key West FL to Dead Horse AK this summer so preatty pumped about that !

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  16. panzerphil

    panzerphil Freelance Adventurer

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  17. madmanxwater

    madmanxwater Just Ride It!

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    Congrats on the new GS! I'm heading down to the Keys the second week of April, my first ride to Florida. I'm from Windsor, Ontario, should be I nice trip maybe I'll see you down there.

    Mike
  18. Shorty

    Shorty carpe'diem ona motorcycle

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    Hey There Bucky,

    That is a sweeeet machine! Nice accessories. Good luck with it and don't forget to post about your adventures on it.:D
  19. Mitchamus

    Mitchamus I do my own stunts..

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    07 R1200 GS, ABS, panniers, got an RKA shiloh 19L tank bag on order.


    my missus's:
    07 F650GS with panniers and hand protectors (to be fitted)

    This pic taken after we put the first 80k's on them... shocking photo.. sorry.


    [​IMG]
  20. tunctan

    tunctan Adventurer

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    this is my 6 thBMW after the 1150 adv it feels like a racing bike

    handling and performance is incredible considering the size and the weight of the bike.

    i love it

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