Let's see your bike

Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.

  1. ThomasVolomitz

    ThomasVolomitz New Old Stock

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    Very cool build.
  2. frogyt

    frogyt n00b

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  3. frogyt

    frogyt n00b

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  4. frogyt

    frogyt n00b

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  5. James Adams

    James Adams ɹǝsn uʍop ǝpᴉsdn Administrator

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    Foreground bike is mine.
  6. WayFar

    WayFar Been here awhile

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    The Uly:

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    And The Shovel:

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  7. Signal

    Signal Cynical Idealist

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    from this weekend- At Bryce Canyon, gear piled on
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    At Capitol Reef
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  8. jusRuffinit

    jusRuffinit Adventurer

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    2011 KLR.. no introductions needed.

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  9. itsjustanilusion

    itsjustanilusion n00b

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  10. okiesailor

    okiesailor n00b

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  11. airdale7

    airdale7 Been here awhile

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    Okie you might also try the Indian Road on the west side of Lake Tenkiller. I like to ride the south end from the county line to Highway 10A. Fantastic!

    www.twowheelsthreeamerics.com
  12. okiesailor

    okiesailor n00b

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    Thanks for the info.....been looking for an excuse to head east.
  13. Stifdickerson2006

    Stifdickerson2006 Been here awhile

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  14. pierce

    pierce Aven'Tourer

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    nice looking build, but, radial spokes with disk brakes?? and radial spokes on the REAR wheel? bad bad idea :nono
  15. Dresl

    Dresl n00b

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    last year, during a tour through the Alps
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    now with the adventuretank and some black parts around
  16. Raise

    Raise Adventurer

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  17. stumpy-ktm

    stumpy-ktm Adventurer

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    firstly ... i hate the dude above me ... look at all those bikes ....
    now here is my 2004 640 , not really much but my first real bike since losing my leg , i have added some paint and new radiator hoses ...i want to paint the frame , (hate the boring grey)
    also some pics of the carbon fibre covers i am making for my leg .
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    ok so there are ghost type skulls in all the orange paintwork , ....as for my leg i cant stand the skinny pole look so am making some "fairings" for my prosthetic .....
    cheers
  18. soldierguy

    soldierguy Been here awhile

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    Ok...if you were a REAL KTM fan, your leg would be orange carbon fiber. Just sayin...:lol3

    Serious question though...how do you use the rear brake?

    And I'll close by offering a big :beer for continuing to ride. :super
  19. stumpy-ktm

    stumpy-ktm Adventurer

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    hi soldier guy .... yeah im debating adding a little orange to the leg ...... as for the rear brake , i took the lever off as i couldnt tell if i was pressing down on on it or not , so no rear brake at the moment , i am about to get a "clake" clutch brake ... which operates both on one lever ... just google it for info .... ..
    cheers
  20. WayFar

    WayFar Been here awhile

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    Your comment makes no sense. Care to explain? FWIW the bike runs, rides, handles(for what it is) and stops great. no complaints at all from me.