Let's see your bike

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

  1. bill42

    bill42 Old-School BMWs

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    Why thanks Mork! ADVrider has a feature that told me I was mentioned which got me here. I too love the shape of my solo seat. I'd like to point out that this is a seat anyone can buy on ebay and it is made by a guy named Thor who lives in Florida. The stock seat frame must be shortened about 4 inches for the seat to fit...
  2. Littledigit21

    Littledigit21 Adventurer

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    Thanks! I don't exactly take a lot of pictures riding it per se... haha but I snapped this for my instagram today before I took it for a spin. I occasionally post shots of the bike up there too, feel free to check them out @ AlyssaMorganLA... IMG_2428.JPG
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  3. 64deville

    64deville Adventurer

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    I had a K1600GTL and couldn't wait to get back on a LT so I guess not
  4. Bloodmouse

    Bloodmouse hoping to get lost

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    My 06 DR650 0503171442a.jpg 0429171817.jpg
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  5. Scottishbiker

    Scottishbiker Adventurer

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  6. Tritwin

    Tritwin Adventurer

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    04 XT 660 R
  7. alpina

    alpina Been here awhile

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  8. alpina

    alpina Been here awhile

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    The clown took the pic.
  9. YUKIDOG

    YUKIDOG Adventurer

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  10. MxFan69

    MxFan69 Get'it Get'it Get'it

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  11. Gham

    Gham Long timer

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    I really like the looks of that XT,I could go for something like that where I live but alas,we never got them.
  12. micah360

    micah360 Been here awhile

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  13. Ronnie de Pony

    Ronnie de Pony Yamaha Tricker

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    Still happy with the Tricker. Went riding in Germany and Belgium tiday. As long as I stay away from the highways, it is a lovely bike: 80-90 kmh is (imo) fast enough with this little bike (advantage: 'it' generates less speeding tickets) ;)
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  14. Pokie

    Pokie Just plain Pokie.

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    Ronnie, I once rode a brommer around the perimeter of Holland (I think that was about 1988). I found it way to easy to accidently visit Germany and Belgium! Your name, shouldn't that be Ronnie de Paard? :-) I know a few words in Dutch but not enough to be of any value.

    I like your bike, not too big. That makes it so much more enjoyable.
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  15. Desce

    Desce Finished Pig

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  16. Ronnie de Pony

    Ronnie de Pony Yamaha Tricker

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    Hi Pokie, yes, i from where i live it is 4 km to Belgium, and maybe 10 to Germany :)

    And in the Netherlands Ronnie is a Pony. We have so many tall people in this country, that we added an E category to the ponies (1.48m - 1.57m), so the youth until 18 years old, can still ride a pony, but without looking ridiculous because of their length. In international competition our E-ponies are considered horses.

    I am very happy with the Tricker. Indeed easy to handle, i do not have to put up a fight with it constantly :)
  17. MUDHWY

    MUDHWY Pumpkin Spice Latte

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    Hmmm, Tricker, eh? Never heard of that brand here in North America. How many CCs and is it a single or twin cylinder?

    If it gets you out riding it's a good bike! :D
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  18. MNMade

    MNMade Wait, watch this!

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    Just set it up myself yesterday!! Stoked! 17 YZ450fx

    Gonna get the street legal works today. [​IMG]

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  19. Moto Jimmy

    Moto Jimmy Making the transition

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    My latest addition... found a mint 2000 WR400F to play around with

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  20. Ronnie de Pony

    Ronnie de Pony Yamaha Tricker

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    It is a Yamaha XG250, aka Tricker, 1 cylinder, ~120 (?) kilo, 14 kW/19hp.

    I lost the fun on my Transalp, which was to big, could barely touch the ground with 1 foot, dropped it many, many times. But this little bike really puts a smile on my face. I will take it on a trip to Scandinavia this summer, need to modify it a bit here and there. Looking forward to travelling with it :)
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