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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Drif10, Sep 5, 2004.
Oil change on my '64 Triumph Tiger (T100).
That's a great looking brick!
Makes me sad my 75's gone.
I have been trying to organize something similar up here, but keep it open to all makes. Lots of great and accessible dirt roads & trails around here. And I know there's plenty of those bikes left.
Looks like a lot of fun.
Post some more pictures of the bike its interesting and good looking as well.
can you post some info of the build i like to do a BMW to in the future and look for some inspiration , never was a big fan of a cafe K but yours look great !!
Ach ja Gruss ,bin auch Deutscher ! aber seit 20 Jahren im Ausland .
What fly screen is that on the BMW K? From a Buell maybe?
1989 FLHTC with 73,600 miles and counting. Been to 3 countries and off road on dirt and gravel a bunch.
Guess I need an ADV sticker for the windshield?
Wow! I think that is the most beautiful brick I have ever seen!
fly Screen is from http://www.speed-of-color.de/index....06&sidSPEEDOFCOLOR=je7ap74o4vue02nflvpbhn9391
good BMW K site is on advrider http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=657248
bike is built with help from may brother and www.flyingbrick.de
conversion is not quite ready yet
sorry for my bad english
We have had lot's of other machines at Endurofest, though it is sponsored by yamahaenduro dot com, we have had Bultaco's, Huskies, TC120 Suzuki's among others. We like all old bikes! Next years efest will be in Colorado!
Here is the Newest Yamaha at this years event, my XT600, it will be 30 next year! An 85 model, that was sold new in 84.
With Samsonite Suit Case ;o)
70 Triumph 250 Trophy Scrambler (Enduro - whatever - Sold it a few years back and miss it ;o(
XT 600 looking Good!! How many miles on her? Thump-on!
That Laverda has one of the best looking engines in all of motorcycling!!.
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Big Ed, only about 10k miles on it. It is usually my street bike, but it got used a lot harder this trip than ever before. It came through like a champ. The only mishaps were rider induced!
even with some new technology...
My 1972 Penton Jackpiner with the 175 KTM engine. It's currently under restoration.