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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by a_k_nicholls, Sep 4, 2004.
The beginning of the Old Cane Haul Road on the Hamakua coast. The eucalyptus forests on either side used to be sugar cane fields back in the 1980s. ...and about 8 miles later, where the pavement ends at Mud Lane; basically a washed out riverbed since the last big rains. ...and finally, one of the few fairly level spots coming up Mud Lane. I didn't stop and take any pictures in the steep washed out parts (I was kinda BUSY! )
300 miles of New England back roads this past weekend.
Only 40 miles on suburban NE roads to work & back
Better than the cage!
Nice pic. Any more of the bike?
I would like to see more!
R100LT. Green. You want more?
Oh well, never mind..
Roads, they's out there.. Whoooo!
Green is my favorite color RT/LT
The long and winding Mana Road:
Recently picked up 82 RT. It appears to be all original, though, I don't think the backrest is OEM. Doesn't appear to be based on hardware and materials used. Everything works and while I have the engine covers and the front lower grill I am missing the side covers. I do have the side cases with keys however they are pretty sun worn. Any suggestions on restoration sources? 58K miles.
I may have engine lowers for you, give me a couple days & pm me
Kool bike, mine has the same mounting holes for backrest/rack on the seat cowl
Departing the Bob's BMW Oktoberfest swap meet a couple weeks ago.
Nice. Let's see the Aprilia, too.
I have the matching engine lowers and front grill but I don't have the side covers.
Just sold the SXV550 but have also owned Mille R and a couple Futura's. Other than the SXV they were the most reliable bikes I've owned. The SXV made up for its every 80-90hr engine rebuild with fun factor. I get sweaty palms just thinking about swinging a leg over that bike. Upgraded slightly with Marchesini wheels and full Beringer brake system.
After 5yrs ownership this was nearly an annual service requirement....
Oh, my, now that's devotion.
Mine is a 2003 Falco. Not much ridden these days, but a great bike.
Sorry for the derail...
Evening run earlier today... better than any debate... cheers!
Another boring commute!
Latest build from Australian BMW airhead maestro, Ray Peake. Not what he usually does, but when someone with money is willing to part with it.......... and he certainly won't be disappointed when he takes delivery. It started as an absolutely stuffed R65 mono, but now has an Siebenrock 860cc kit along with ported and twin plugged heads. Naturally, the circlip mod was done along with many other fancy bits and pieces.