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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
Straight through to the keeper I'm afraid.
My three wheels are Africa twin 92 Pan Europe 97 and Crf 2005. happy with Honda....
Going on three years. Another unappreciated Honda.
Which Honda is it?
As of Friday, I'm a BMW owner again:
I can stare at that Africa Twin all day,I want one.
Here is my current ride. Gonna add an adventure bike soon.
"Behold, there is a Wolf amongst the Sheep", or "One does not belong"!
One perfect high performance 96 GSX-R1100W amongst 1000 Hogs! I took this picture of my bike Friday night at the "Ray Price Bike festival", which was held here this weekend in downtown Raleigh, NC. And yes, before someone gets their panties tangled up, I like Hogs too, and there were a lot of really nice hogs within the lineup!
From a 3-day trip last week. I love this bike. Yamaha XT660Z Teneré.
First group picture since I added the silver 1100 to the stable about two month ago. I'm still looking for a brown and black one to complete the 1100 Sport collection.
Not married or best wife EVAH!
Does one of them stand out as far as a rider?
Not married, so I'm adding all of the toys I want now, so they will be "Grandfathered In" when and if I ever settle down again! :)
This is the one that I am turning into my main 1100 rider. I'm planning on removing the rear passenger seat on this bike, and fiberglass / paint over the removed seat, so this bike will be turned into a true single seater. Something different.... Like the Daytona... But I'm not modifying this original rear piece of fiberglass, I bought a used piece of a wrecked 1100 for this modification.
One more from today.
The Valkyrie is an awesome machine! Working on my second year. Got about 7000 miles on it so far. Looking forward to many more!
Two bikes in one
For sure. My plus size partner in crime.
Most guys don't know what this bike is capable of? Honda dropped the ball when they marketed this one. OK by me, got a great deal on a rock solid cycle.
It does it all, 24,000mi. riding hard and fast (like a sport bike), not even a hiccup.