Let's see your HONDA ST1100/ST1300.

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by TheRackman, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. canadian XR

    canadian XR Adventurer

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    My 93 ST 1100

    Sutton Ontario Canada

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  2. TheRackman

    TheRackman RideTodayItMayBeYourLast!

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    GREAT PICTURE! :clap
  3. Oilhed

    Oilhed MarkF

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    Who makes those? Are they for the cop bikes? :clap
  4. barefoot

    barefoot Frustrated Rock Star

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    Thanks! :D
  5. TheRackman

    TheRackman RideTodayItMayBeYourLast!

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  6. TheRackman

    TheRackman RideTodayItMayBeYourLast!

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    BTTT! :rofl :rofl :rofl
  7. NoBull

    NoBull Lovin my new KLR

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    Recent ride thru Idaho on the way to Moab to camp

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  8. ki4idb

    ki4idb V Strom Rider

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    How is the ST 2 up?
  9. Brad Felmey

    Brad Felmey Long timer

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    My ST1100 is great. Where you're riding it, as well as your riding style and loading will all affect it, of course. If your pillion is, say, the size of my mother, perhaps a GoldWing (or a pickup) would be better. If the size of my wife, then you'll hardly notice her back there.
  10. jazzer

    jazzer Lost again... Yeah!

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    My wife and I take a Goldwing allover the country complete with camping gear, but she actually likes riding on the ST better. If we are only going to be gone for a few days we take it. Sometmes we go 200 miles without a stop and she is still happy.

    BTW, she sleeps on the back of the wing, but doesn't on the ST.....maybe it's the way I ride:rofl.

    Ken
  11. Carl.Custer

    Carl.Custer Been here awhile

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  12. weerider650

    weerider650 Been here awhile

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    I just picked up my ST1300ABS a few days ao. a very nice ride so far. I guess I cant be called Cali_Beemer anymore since I sold the GS for it. I really dig the smooth V-4 motor and handling is by far better than what you would expect from a bike this heavy.

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  13. ki4idb

    ki4idb V Strom Rider

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    Looks great ... hope you have many safe miles on her..
  14. TheRackman

    TheRackman RideTodayItMayBeYourLast!

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    GREAT LOOKING BIKE! :clap
  15. Tom Blum

    Tom Blum Been here awhile

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    Not all ST1100's look alike.

    Mine was resurrected from a wreck. It has minimum body work, Mermite side boxes. "Sit up and beg riding position, cruise control for the "get there drones", Garmin GPS, and a sheep skin over the seat.
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    I've traveled around 30K miles in the last 3 years on this bike.

    Tom
  16. yooperbikemike

    yooperbikemike high, wide and handsome

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  17. yooperbikemike

    yooperbikemike high, wide and handsome

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    Speaking of ugly...

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  18. roadholder

    roadholder Long timer

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    Not one of the bikes I have seen has been properly "accessorized"!


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  19. Tor

    Tor Imported Viking

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    LOL, agree, they could have done a better job of the tail light........
  20. TheRackman

    TheRackman RideTodayItMayBeYourLast!

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    +1 on the "accessorized"! :lol3