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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
Read the rules n00b. NO external links, such as ebay, or you'll get booted. Better rescind before you get the busted...........
Bike sales go in Flea Market..................................
And the Oscar goes to...
Here is my NC700X
Well done! I love this bike.
Bringing her home!!
We don't have the bike complete, but we got a few more parts on. AltRider engine guards, TKC80's, fork guards, World Crosser decals. Everytime the UPS or FedEx truck drives by we race to the door!
I'll add a few more photos once it's completed. The Yamaha bags are in pieces right now. All the panels have been powder coated black. Note: We're still looking for the plastic piece that goes around the top of the right hand box. It is the part that has the mounting pockets molded into it. Hoping that we don't have to buy a complete box.
Awesome looking 750! I have a 80 KZ750. Love the look and sound!
Hi everyone,this is my first ever posting!!! sorry if this is in the wrong section. I live in Australia and bought a bmwr1150gs adventure last week in the local paper for $3,000.Has only 50,000km's (or about 30,000 miles) is registered and runs well,the guy even had a new rear tyre put on it recently.What do you think? will list a couple of photos when-ever I can work out how to do it,cheers,kelly
Utah Highway 12 in background
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Alas, I cannot claim credit for this, it was done by someone who knows what they`re doing. If you haven`t already seen the build thread, here`s a link.
Front and rear:
2006 DR650 21,000 miles
Hello ADV people! This is my first post. I registered here to learn more about my bike and about bikes in general. And of course, to meet new people, learn about your countries and present you mine (Serbia).
This was my first bike, 1988. Jawa 638/350 Twin Sport, I've ridden it for year and a half.
This is my 1989. Yamaha XT600 2kf, I love it and if I buy another bike, this one stays in my possession