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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
Thanks 3sum. Me too. What did you get your IBA on?
My guess is it's newer than my Trophy, which is only fifteen years old. Technology? Um.... not so much. It's got electronic ignition and that's about it.
It's an '02 BBBB
Sunrise last Sunday :)
Right, electronic ign, disc brakes, saftey switches, hoards of plastic, ect...
My avenger is from the days of stainless steel fenders and fiberglass covers. Back when they were boarding up the british shops.
Makes the trophy in question look like rocket science!
It'll still start when the kickstand is down. There are no sensors.
Can you say double leading shoe? Preston Petty? Super Trapp?
I knew you could, but that's why I say the trophy is modern...
Guess I'd have to get out the R50 for that contest.
a '95 ST1100. Rode from Atlanta to the St. Louis Arch. Hung out for about 30 minutes and went back home.
I've done a couple more (undocumented) on a 2007 Tiger 1050.
Gave away my baby...
for the eyes ot this beauty..
My current ride. Not much to look at but a lot of fun and I'm not too worried about dropping it in the bush :)
The ghosts of bikes past...
I realize they're all taken in the driveway...
They all got they're fair share of abuse, I promise :)
nice. I want one of these bad!
Just back from 600 mile service , I am loving this bike
K75 1986 same age as me , grown in to loving this bike .
First it was only to practice , would not hold on to it, but still drive it and now I am thinking to keep it for ever , I wil buy a new bike a triumph tiger 1050 but I'll keep Brunhild out of ... , I don't realy now why i gues I gruw found of her .
She got the name because she is a big , german lady , a tru brunhild
That´s my bike
Pictures of my canary, Transalp 600 with ~126000km, on my July/August 2012 holiday, The Netherlands to Morocco and back.
Somewhere in mid France with the extra TKC80's hanging on the sides.
In Morocco, somewhere close to Timnay. Because the TKC80's got mounted I needed more weight at the front to compensate the luggage at the back. The ammoboxes alone weigh about 10kg (empty) each.
In Morocco, somewhere in the High Atlas. The tiewraps holding the waterbottle didn't survive the 90km/h banging, so I had to improvise.
1985 750 Turbo