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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by potski, Jun 6, 2010.
sorry for the compresion
My $750 Transalp special. Complete with Kawasaki KLR600 side panel and all. Only 11,000 miles and running strong. Not sure what I would do without it.
Love this shot!
and just where is Dundalk?
Ok, seems there are more ladies posting than us guys... but hey what the hell.
So here's one of my better half, she doesn't ride (and doesn't want to either ) but is a keen pillion naviagtor, photographer, video filmer and general pointer outer of stuff.
TransAlp - chicks dig it!
A few of my Nell.
thetourist - While the picture at the saloon may be my favorite, I'm interested in those tool boxes shown in some of your pics.
Did you craft those tool boxes up yourself? Any close up photos or sketches? What did you attach them to?
PS - Nell's a beaut!
What front fork have you mounted?
And what did you do about the Rear shock ?
KTM 520 forks I had laying around and stock shock with a 20mm extension. I also changed the fender to a low KTM unit too.
Here's mine. '89 Transalp, refurbed to a crazy level. Almost like new. Picked it up last Saturday. This one's a keeper.
Here's another shot of the 'new' bike. Local riders are stopping by my work to look at it and ask questions.
That is one clean machine.
I've only had my Alp for a month but I'm digging it.
Nice looking classic white Alp, possibly my favourite colour, with Peli, bars and bash plate...looks well.
CLEAN CLEAN bike AST236....!!!
my stripped Transalp on a race this summer