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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
76 Triumph 750 Bonneville
Nice power, handled great when
It was running !!
Good choice. I'm just a little biased - have the same bike and colour 2014.
One suggestion - don't forget good riding gear when you're budgeting for farkling. It doesn't come cheap. There are lots of threads here covering head to toe.
Enjoy the ride!
That red bag goes with everything!
Can you see me now???
Thanks guys! I really appreciate it -
So everyone's been pretty understanding thus far as I would have to imagine learning to navigate this website can be a bit challenging at first; Thanks to guys like you I'm learning quickly ; i have to say i did not know that i could utilize the search tool so i will keep those suggestions very close in mind.
Not now. Since I've had the retinas burnt out of my eyes. Seriously. Those look bright enough you could burn the paint off the back of a Buick. Love the ST...
The RED BAG is vary handy. It goes with me on many of my trips. Here on the Strom in Valley of the Gods. And again here on the GSXR in Wisconsin coming back from the Guzzi Rally. Where it held my tent, sleeping roll, rain gear. Plus a few other things.
Painful to look at, even in the daytime. Works better than a horn, I think, but only works on drivers not looking at their fancy fone. The ST... I like it a lot
Here is a picture of the standard halogen H7's on low-beam. Prior pic has the Cyclops LED kit/Rigid 6" on high. Huge difference in light quality.
Beautiful PNW day today!
The wait must be killing you.
Here's my new toy.
You'll love it...check the airbox!
Already replaced with the Powercell. I actually found parts of a bee in the airbox at around 400 miles when first opened it up. So I just ordered the Powercell right away.
Nice bike. I like the color also, it looks good from my place. Seriously, I like the bike & color.
Ride very safe brother.
I aboslutely love the picture with the Vstrom and the mountains in the back - that picture is worth a 1000 words! !Thanks for sharing
BEE_U _T _ FUL
Just got her today!! After patiently waiting for quite some time now, I am officially the proud owner of a 2000 Honda XR650L....
(pardon the flat from tire!)
I would ride but still have about 8 inches of snow and ice in my alley so can't really ride it out of the garage.