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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by fivehitsweak, Jun 3, 2010.
(I'll be lookin at V7 thread!)
Now that I am getting older and more choosy (but even less fancy) these are my bikes to get:
WR250x or DRZ400sm SUPERMOTO Duties!
TW200 setup for knarly dirt riding. Think poor-mans trials bike.
GS500e with a katana 600 rear wheel to fit a 150 series tire. Or a 1st gen sv650. Both with suspension work. For commuting and street rides that are not supermoto-ish.
BUT for a cool bike that I can cruise out to eat on with the wifey: URAL ST (the one without the sidecar) in desert camo color. Just because it looks awesome.
Took the test ride and I'm struck down with lust. Want.
OK...so what bike is that?
Serious lust for that one. Maybe next year or so it will come to the USA
WOW! Talk about some classic lines! I just inherited both you guys lust!
Today i think i pretty resonable
I want to keep my little CBF600sa (i LOVE this bike)
I wana Finish and start riding my Seca 750.
And i wana trade in my Vulcan 500 for a KLR650.
YES, YES, YES!!!!
Where have you heard Honda will get it to the US, jdg, cause if they do, it'll be in MY garage, MINE, MINE, MINE!!!!!!!!
Absolutely stunning. Won't hold my breath waiting for Honda to bring it to the U.S. though.
If they did, it would certainly join my wish list, alongside these:
Moto Guzzi Breva 1100
Ducati 900SS/CR (in yellow)
original Ducati Monster 900
and a few others, but most especially this
I'm missing my Guzzi again:
Today I want to trade my DR650 for the new Weestrom. This is not out yet so by the time it is I will have probably moved on.
Pinarello made 'Diesel' brand bike!
OK - for those of us without eidetic motorcycle memories, can someone let us mere mortals know what model this is? I read a translated article about the CBF 1000 [1200?] weeks ago, and I like it a lot - but it didn't look like it would make it to the US...
I want a Gen. II. Hayabusa.
Tonight is "Test-&-Tune" night, at the local dragstrip, and I have a lotta' fond memories of a Gen. I. and I there.
If you've never spun one to lock, in three gears, you haven't lived...
This is the CB1300sa sold just about anywhere but here
been lusting over the new tenere till the last few weeks and now Im all exited about the 800s from BMW and Triumph.
Been doing the street for 40 years and think Id like to try an adventure bike.
II might just wait till the japs make an equivelant of the f800 or the Triumph 8
Reliability is my main concern and not all that sure about english and german bikes .
If someone wants to tell me good or bad about those 2 brands Im all ears.
This is the bike I want. Veritech Cyclone VR-038. Bike mode and warrior mode to take care of inattentive drivers
Something naked with a lumpy motor that is easy to work on.
Ask me tomorrow...
In My experience...... The Hinkley Triumph's are good to go. Jap switch gear, and on earlier models, suspension. My '96 did not use or leak any oil!
If dealer location was not a factor, I would own another at this time.
A good, solid piece of machinery these days.
BMW's.... not so much in my experience. I quit hearing "raves" about them 10 or so years ago
Unless you do your own maint. it gets kinda pricy fast. The days of the 'Ol R90S are well gone past at this time.
This is a major reason I ride a V-Strom now days.....