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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Jolly705, Mar 21, 2006.
I can't wait....
Now someone get off their ass and bring that bike to Durango!!
Started life innocent,,
onto discover roads...
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RAMPART RANGE TRAIL SYSTEM
Hey Bojangles, what kind of whippy looking exhaust is THAT? I want one!!
Akrapovic, little spendy but awesome!!
'Cause they've all been posted a thousand times before.
Keep cool man!!! It'll happen soon enough....maybe
mine..... first trip
10000Kms an' a few mods....
20000 problem free kms later..... fuel and tyres.... fuel and tyres....
I know the feeling..
Gawd, I miss mine.
Everyone else is posting the dirt shots, so here's me at a track day on my '02. Stock everything, including the Metzeler Saharas.
Awesome. I have thought of running yours/mine/it at a track day. Saharas do well, or would you go for something else?
That was my only track day foray on the 640, so I have no basis for comparison.
The Saharas stuck like glue at first, but went greasy on me as the day wore on. I ended my last session early because they were getting pretty squirrelly.
I had a set of Metzeler Karoos waiting to go on the bike, so I wasn't worried about abusing the Saharas.
Above: 1st time off road, Below: Just north of San Fran
Prelude to a broken wrist
Note the seat height in relation to leg length in this photo.
Its a wee bit tall for me but I love it!!
O2 with almost 9k miles.
No issues. I have not done the main bearing upgrade.
Added a Scotts stabilizer and the Renazco seat which has about 5000 miles on it and still looking good. I have spent very little time on the pavement but I could see it being a blast in the twisties.
Super nice suspension on these things
What kind of bags ya got there? Just what I'm looking for.
Been on a few trips. A lot of remote desert riding.
I got this bike not because it was fun, fast, has good suspension, fast, good brakes, fast but good fuel range. 500kms is a must around here.
I love this bike!
I want to do this with mine someday. When I was recovering from my wrist injury I spent all my riding time in the twisties and got a pretty good feel for how low you can go. I also raised the forks in the clamps and dropped the front by about an inch, which helped make it steer a little quicker. Actually managed to drag a peg once or twice in some real tight, lower speed turns
Lemmy show ya' what resistance looks like Arch.