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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
Our 2013 Bmw R1200 GS Adventure
Here's the CBR600RR I bought this Wednesday
Here it is with my 1988 Honda NT650 and 1978 Honda CB400T
2003 Triumph Speed Four
middle of a long day on a longish trip
but we are at the Pacific
'90 DR350S purchased in March '12 with 3600 miles. Or somewhere around there. Traded it for my '96 GS500E. That guy got ripped off because this thing is so much sweeter.
I'll start off with how I received it a little over a year ago. Bone stock.
A few days after that was taken I rode it 1200mi (Which is 24hrs on a stock dr350) into Canada and back.
I learned a few things from that, to say the least. First off, stopping for gas every 50mi is not exactly efficient on the highway. Also, having to stretch every 10 minutes makes for a pretty grueling ride. So comes a new tank and seat.
Obviously luggage is important on an adventure bike so I got the TCI rack and Wolfman Expedition bags.
It's not fun when you're fighting wind that is trying to rip your soul from your very being......new handguards and windscreen.
Add some LED turn signals, different gearing, and you got a DR350 that'll tackle any stretch of road! Right after I replace my rings...
The only engine-related mod would be a TM33 pumper carb. (Update: Now a supertrapp exhaust)
LED gauge lights. They have different color choices so I went with blue for the gauges, blue for hi-beam, and green for neutral. Highly recommended.
Alright here we go...
TCI rear rack
Flush mount rear turn signals
Windscreen. This one is pretty universal to anything with 7/8" bars. Lotsa cool stuff on this page too.
Tank panniers and Wolfman enduro tank pouch. Again, more cool DR350 related stuff.
Seat Concepts seat.
LED Gauge bulbs
AAAnd now some glamour shots.
Been a while offline! here's for a good start! my F800GS.
Fitted with some touratech and oem protections and an extra set of TKC 80s
Went from this...
I keep reigning myself in not to fork out on another bike...
Deep Southern Ohio
A couple of shots of my DR from today:
2012 Suzuki DR650 by mkrepp, on Flickr
2012 Suzuki DR650 by mkrepp, on Flickr
Hello everyone! This is my '12 Triumph Scrambler I bought slightly used about 3 months ago. For me, coming from a 1974 Honda CB360, the Scrambler is an absolute dream. She's not the fastest, the loudest, or the most off-road capable...but like a two-wheeled, rumbling ghost from motorcycling's golden era, she pleasantly haunts my every thought when I'm not with her. It's hard to get me off this thing. Corners, accelerates, brakes, and handles expertly. I've done all kinds of day trips and weekend trips around New England, and I've never had a problem or complaint up to this point. I LOVE this motorcycle.
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I remember the term Chilango from hanging out in Puerto Escondido in the early eighties.
Some pics in its natural habitat...
Cool pic - wish I was there.
G'day Guy's, here's a photo from about a month ago taken in the Victorian High Country in Australia.
The DR650 (which I call MAX) is currently being setup for a 10 day trip into the Australian Outback and crossing the Simpson Desert by way of the French Line with a mate (Ken) on a DR650 as well.