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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
I like! What's the story with the Ltd numbered Ed?
BMW released special editions of the GS, GSA, RS and 1600......I think, in 2016.
I think it was a BMW UK thing.......they where called "Iconic"
BMW UK commissioned 4 of the GSA for the Irish Market (01 to 04 with the Tricolour on the coin compartment)
Do a search on BMW R1200GS adventure Iconic model.
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I had a 2010 GSA, which was the 30th anniversary model, and it had the tricolor graphics and red seat as well. Not exactly like these but similar. I hadn't heard about these European offerings in 2016. Thanks for the education!
When I say Tricolour, I'm referring to the Irish national flag.
A little Irish flag above the number on the lid of the coin compartment in front of the filler cap, properly done with lacquer on top.
I'll get a picture and post it tomorrow........ I think it's a fantastic touch of class from a foreign distributor.
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Here's what I had:
Very nice......I'd love one of those.
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Found my unicorn!
Now THAT is a trike I could get into! Don't know that I've seen a softail trike conversion. Tell us more about this beauty!
Thanks MGN54!! It started out as a 2016 Softail Slim S and I added a Frankenstein Trike kit. Frankenstein specializes in kits for Harleys covering most years. They are a quality kit with excellent fit and finish using quality car parts, which include Ford 9" axles and a Dana spyder differential, ( which allows the outside wheel to rotate faster on curves). They have 2 wheel size choices- 15x215, and 15x265, which come mounted and balanced. I went with the fat wheels which gives it more of a hot rod look. I included their link below and pics of the back end.
WOW! That is awesome looking. How does it ride compared to other trikes?
2015 FJ09 (Hers) 2016 Super Tenere (mine) on a trip last year heading south. This was in Washington/Oregon Border.
""WOW! That is awesome looking. How does it ride compared to other trikes?
Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt""
I have never ridden any other kind of trike but from what others say is if you want a cushy Cadillac type ride you will want a kit with independent rear suspension. These kits use your current suspension and have a straight axle. This rides more like a sports car so you will feel the bumps more, but the handling is incredible. It corners like you are on a rail with no body roll. Due to the low center of gravity and wide stance it does not even think about raising a wheel when taking corners at insane speeds. Me and a few friends did the whole skyline drive BRP last summer and I had no problem keeping up with them on corners. The interesting thing is if you find yourself going too fast in a corner the front wheel will skip slightly to let you know to ease off. The sport type ride is not for everyone but personally I love it.
Foggy and wet on my ride out to Port Costa and the Warehouse Cafe in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Winter day on Santa Barbara coast.
Winter evening in San Clemente
Your minivan is missing some wheels.
I do not miss snow.
maybe we can start a winter sunset picture post here?
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What kind of axu lighting do you have on that? I've been thinking about LEDRider lights in the factory position, but don't know what else I want to add to brighten up the night.