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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by mr moto, Feb 9, 2008.
Thanks Jeremy, hoping to meet you at your event in NYC on Sat of the Bike show.
Jeremy....any idea if your luggage rack will be useable with an/or without the 'cubby' mounting bracket (as in my earlier post)?
That tweak of the upper bar looks better to my eyes, Jeremy, thanks. See, you can have form and function.
been a bit wet here lately:
this was straight off the showroom floor
Holy Moly markymark! Have you and that S10 grown gills?
Micatech V2s...hmmm hadn't considered those. Yet.
Keep a keen eye out for the croc's mate!
My heart goes out to you and all your countrymen suffering at the hand of Muther Nature.
+2 Hoping for some relief from the floods soon!
Holy $hit batman!!!! What a way to break in a new bike!!!
Shit, you guys are having it rough at the moment.
Commiserations to you all....
I read somewhere that a couple guys bought pontoons, and after inflating them, they attached them to motorcycles and crossed a pretty big river.
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I'm adding that to the collection.
There are a lot of bikes waiting in line Markymark...give us some details!
(p.s. if your hardbags were waterproof give us their name)
Hi guys, thanks for your thoughts on the flooding, it's really bad further North, an area the size of Texas is underwater.
This ride was an oz adv forum christmas ride a few weeks ago:
the guy with the super ten is a legend in oz, he's an animal on the bike. Been rally racing for decades. He was doing gnarley singletrack, mud holes, rocky ridges. He was throwing it around like a 250, and it handled it all really well. Not too bad for a senior citizen .
Not sure about the wisdom of wading through there while wearing a crash helmet.
Does anyone know if the S10 started once they crossed? Or did it flood?<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o>
This pic is front page material.
not a good enough quality photo
Is this ADV rider or, photoshop expert rider?
Im sure there were a ton of folks with DSLR's waiting in the river for that shot. Maybe one of them has a sharper image.