Let's see your bike

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

  1. Old Queenslander

    Old Queenslander Been here awhile

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    Suzuki DL650 (mine) R80GS R100RS Vincent Rapide BSA Gold Star.
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  2. jjustj

    jjustj cum petris et choris

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  3. southwade

    southwade ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    Haha.. thanks... I had to scrub those new tires in lol... :lol3
  4. duckman

    duckman co conspirator

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    what's an 04 going for, if i'm not out of line asking.
  5. bogieboy

    bogieboy Long timer

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    Got my chinese POS cleaned up and some fresh black satin over the old white plastics...

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  6. Old Queenslander

    Old Queenslander Been here awhile

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    1976 Bultaco M158.
  7. fractalsource

    fractalsource Adventurer

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    5 days old; Early release.

    <a href="http://s1181.photobucket.com/user/fractalsource/media/slide001_zps22f3fcbc.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1181.photobucket.com/albums/x436/fractalsource/slide001_zps22f3fcbc.jpg" border="0" alt=" photo slide001_zps22f3fcbc.jpg"/></a>

    New suspension is on its way.
  8. fractalsource

    fractalsource Adventurer

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    Nice. And for the red:

    <a href="http://s1181.photobucket.com/user/fractalsource/media/mine2_zpsf4e603fa.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1181.photobucket.com/albums/x436/fractalsource/mine2_zpsf4e603fa.jpg" border="0" alt=" photo mine2_zpsf4e603fa.jpg"/></a>

    5 days old.
  9. wasions

    wasions Hang 10

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    Love those old right-side shifters!
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  10. Al-X

    Al-X Been here awhile

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    Nice Dominator you have there!!
  11. Magnus73

    Magnus73 Adventurer

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    It's ok, I bought it for 50 000SEK : )

    With all the bags, and around 13000 mile (21200 KM) on the meter :)
  12. Sky Earth Road

    Sky Earth Road Adventurer

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    As an adult with kids in college and high school, I took up street riding for the first time less than a year ago (although I've been riding dirt for about five years with my teenage son). It was a lifelong ambition, and finally the time in my life was right to take the plunge.

    Being a beginner I went mild/entry-level, buying a new 2012 Honda CBR250RA in August of 2012. In June 2013 I took my first road trip with a group of guys I work with, 1500 miles through the US southern Appalachian mountains in Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. Here's a picture of me on my bike, taken by a roadside photographer along Deal's Gap.

    I felt very confident running along the Tail of the Dragon and had a lot of fun leaning over while keeping the revs on my 250cc thumper between 7,000 & 10,000 rpm going in and coming out of the hairpins.

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  13. MotoBoss

    MotoBoss Bad Influence

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    SWEEET..............Welcome and keep riding
  14. MudEverywhere

    MudEverywhere Adventurer

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    What kind of bike is that?
  15. Cat0020

    Cat0020 El cheapo

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    Looks like a K100 frame with 4-valve K12 engine/drivetrain.
  16. Recre8tr79

    Recre8tr79 n00b

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    [​IMG]Went for a day ride up the mountain loop hwy in W Washington. Was the first time with the soft luggage, brother's first ride that day on gravel with his SV650.:eek1 Great day in PNW, NO RAIN!:clap[​IMG][​IMG]
  17. pik Ass

    pik Ass Adventurer

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    Hi,

    is a BMW K100 RS 16V (Bj. 1990). The engine is original but the rear rims is from the BMW K1200 RS :ricky
  18. Old Queenslander

    Old Queenslander Been here awhile

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    My latest folly.
  19. RTinNC

    RTinNC Long timer

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    Congratulations on the new bike and entry to street riding. Certainly looks like you made a great choice in bike and gear! Here's to many happy miles and smiles! :clap
  20. Sky Earth Road

    Sky Earth Road Adventurer

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    I appreciate the warm welcome, thank you! So far, the bike has been flawless and the gear seems to be working! It was kind of hilarious riding a CBR250R single in a group that included a GS1150, an R1200RT, an R1200C, a Harley Police Special, and an ST1100! I was probably less comfortable (but not uncomfortable) on the highways but once we hit the hairpins I was in high cotton! :nod It was also kind of cool that during rest breaks, people - usually BMW guys - would come over to chat and check out the little sportbike. I think most people were kind of surprised that a quarter liter could keep up with the liter+ bikes while hauling around a 200-pound rider plus two saddlebags and a couple of DrySpec tailpacks. I guess it's all about a different approach to riding: conserve momentum; work the six-speed aggressively to keep the rpm in the powerband; don't hesitate to use a lot of throttle, anticipate any "need for speed" and build it up a little earlier than the rest of the crew. Even running the pants off the motor though, I was getting between 69-80 mpg, yielding a range of 200+ miles on the 3.4 gallon tank.