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Discussion in 'Canada' started by dialdn, Jan 17, 2009.
Looks like CycleMaster in Ashton has the filter oil in stock. Only one in the area!
Heads up and thanks to Emmbeedee: just bought a Montana 600 from gpscity.ca.
Still need the dual sport bike, though...
I have a DR650 for sale. It would be a great accessory for that GPS!
I cant believe someone hasn't bought your bike yet....smoking good deal
And just for fun...some sadistic dude put this course together....
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This is an awesome Idea
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Holy Crap!! :eek1:eek1
That part of the Romaniacs?
Did you get the discount from GPSCity in the Vendor's Forum? Did you buy the Rugged Mount or an Automotive mount for it?
Yep, got the discount. Not a big one, because I only needed the plate with the ballhead to screws into the rugged mount and I already have a ballhead screwed into the tank bolts of my VFR. (And I had a 4" arm from when I used a Garmin GPS V.) Also got City Navigator North America NT (hey, it's for a sport-touring bike...)
Remember the V? 256x160 pixels of display (about 2" by 1.5"), a couple of shades of grey, basemap copyrighted 2001, loading maps from CitySelect took forever with a serial cable and you only had 19 megabytes (that's right, MB) on onboard RAM.
Methinks that after a V, having a Montana will be like going to Heaven. Especially since the V auto-routed me onto innexistent offramps somewhere in PA, back in '07...
Will have lots to learn (especially about loading points of interest such as Honda dealerships) and I'll reread your very informative posts, Emmbeedee.
Thanks for the heads-up, Quantis... Although my avatar still says I'm looking for a 640 ADV, methinks my best bet (for fun and the learning curve of local trail riding) would be a DRZ400. (If I can figure out the difference between the E and the S.) I have my VFR for long distances, and don't see myself in an adventure ride to Alaska or whatever's not yet paved on the TransLab.
I do remember the V, I bought one new a long time ago, then gave it to a friend. A good gps for its day.
CNNA is a necessity, and a real bargain, IMHO.
E is dirt only, no road plate allowed... S street legal.
E is different carb, exhaust, timing?, air box?, chain sproket ratio.
Different front suspension too ?
Looks like Erzberg
That's some crazy shit.
Those Eurpeans sure know how to have fun...
Sure hope some Ottawa riders will join us on August 10. All dual purpose motorcyclists are welcome. A nice ride from Ottawa, take the bridge in Valleyfield and avoid Montréal. http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=903151
If anyone's having trouble reading their gps while riding, you might want to check out these cool safety/sun/reading glasses I found at the Tool and Equipment store in Bell's Corners. Only about $13, but worth every penny.
I don't wear glasses but I do wear reading glasses, and with these, I can actually see the gps properly.
I also got a clear pair as well, for about the same price.
I assume that they're readers only in the lower part of the lens?
Yes. Not really a bifocal but the bottom is a reading lens. Top is plain.
I'm the one who gets to spend over $700 on glasses with the progressives....
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Yes, this shows how small the reader part is on the clear lens. It's the same on the tinted one too.