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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Clayton Bigsby, Aug 26, 2008.
Abandon rail bed in Idaho
West Virgina mountians
Not mine, but this guide guy on BMW Mountain Days held in Kaprun, Austria wasnt afraid to wade with road tires and apparently very little experience.
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Tractor driver from a nearby farm got a tow-job...
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In this last pic....are you running a 21'' 18'' combo?
At Koroglu mountain/Bolu/Turkey. There is about 600 km total track like this pictures.
Big Bend last spring - training for ALASKA trip.
That a Woody's 21" front wheel ya got on there?
How ya likin it?
Had to stop to charge battery.
yep, had Woody build a 21/18 combo. Awesome off-road, only drawback (for me) is the knobbies don't last long on-road.
First time getting both wheels up.
Had to wash the bike too..
Two 110GS's on the very top of a mountain
Great bloody bikes these GS's
Me yesterday. Can't wait to get TKC's.
fresh from last night! riding some oh so steep power lines!
check out my ride report for more: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=379908
the arrow is where i fell. it was steeper then the pic looks and VERY lose/large rocks.
No one is supposed to see the "AW SHIT" stickers
Hell's Backbone, Utah
you have your tires yet? and to what did you apply them with all this inspiration???
Just got back from the weekend trip and looked through this thread. You guys came up with some awesome pics!
So, I put my tkc's on last week for a Labor Day weekend trip with my wife from Cleveland, OH to Combermere, Ontario. We rode up on Friday night, went to a wedding on Saturday, and did some offroading on Sunday before leaving this morning for home.
So yeah, we took off yesterday morning and hit the first trail we came across. It was a snowmobile trail with some good scenery and most of the terrain was manageable for the GS, even with my wife on the back.
She stepped off for this section...
The R12GS is known for it's robust skid plate design, right?
Well, we made it through without much drama...
She was enjoying the ride until we came around a corner and saw a big black bear running down the trail. I kept motoring down the trail and suddenly felt some claws dig into my side. Mrs. Bigsby's claws, not the bear's.
It was another five minutes before we spooked Mr. Bear #2, who came crashing through the bush not 25 feet in front of us! (More claws in my side)
Seeing Mr. Bear up close was pretty neat, except this happened about 100 yards down the trail...
The results of my poor judgement from another angle...
After a five minute wrestling match with the bike, I got out of the muck and over the bridge.