Morocco on VFR 1200 FD. A dream come true.

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Panda*, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. MeinMotorrad

    MeinMotorrad Long timer

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    Fantastic. :clap
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  2. vintagespeed

    vintagespeed fNg

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    very good information, thank you. have you had any trouble with the VFR? other than riding it in sand... :D
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  3. Panda*

    Panda* Been here awhile

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    Yeah, the sand we'll remember for a long time .....:D
    We never had any problems with our VFR 1200. In Russian forum VFR-owners wrote only about one leak out shock absorber, and about one fell to pieces bearing in the driveshaft. Agree, it's nothing against the background of the many breakages of other models.:evil
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  4. vintagespeed

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    glad to hear it, i have never owned a Honda of any kind but i know they are good bikes and i love the way they look. i think this will be the next bike i buy. and i might get a 46 sticker for the front as well. GO Valentino! :D

    thank you for the information and i'm sorry if i hi-jacked your ride report, it has been a good read. :freaky
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  5. Panda*

    Panda* Been here awhile

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    vintagespeed, :D:freaky
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  6. Sunday Rider

    Sunday Rider Adventurer Wanabe

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    Wonderful ride report and fantastic pictures. You travel very well together. Thanks for sharing your trip. :clap
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  7. st2sam

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    Fantastic job on the report, I really enjoyed it.

    Thanks for sharing your adventure.
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