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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by AndreiZ, Jun 21, 2010.
Washing my bike the old way on a trip through the pyrenees
Nice. Where is this?
Last year on our way to Avon, CO they closed US24 the day after we rode through to Leadville due to the fires. How close to Denver were the photos taken?
I have started a blog and it will gradually be translated into English.
Do not worry that I dont translate it
Hope you like it. I started with my trip to the Alps
I have am gradually reading all the English.
So when do we get to the part about "Danke für die Präsentation dieser Super Ténéré" ¿ ? ! ¡
ok, ok... step by step....
That looks like a great trip! I look forward to seeing more of it. Thank you for sharing your adventure!
Which mounting bracket did you use for the lights below the headlight?
He He.... You know you are just going to wind those Americans up with that 660.....
He, he.. how do you know?...
And to reach the perfection I've sold the black one to buy another colour, so Pluric can't say rude things about the colour...
I know because I had an 08 one. They are great, just not big enough for the wife, the kitchen sink and the hair dryer.
And I had a white one
It is a bit CRUEL!
I was originally looking to plate a WR450F, or hoping for the XT660. When I found out the XT1200 was coming to the US, I jumped on board...no regrets!
Agree, no regrets, is a lovely bike. Perfect for a trip as I did in the Alps.
Here it is the chapter two. Hope you like it:
I think that's Yellowstone lake in the background. A day of many lakes and curves.
It's not the color. Singles are for girls.
Well, unless they bring it to the States then I'll reconsider.
(Who me jealous?)
It's so... so... so... friggin' *CLEAN*!!! :eek1
WTF is up with that???
And that... that... that... frickin' 747-sized windscreen-air-brake!!! :huh
I'm surprised you don't go up in flames sitting behind a magnifying glass like that!
My shit is always clean. I don't mind getting it dirty, but it doesn't stay that way for long.
Just did 475 miles today. About 150 in the rain. Had the toothbrush out before the bag liners
I do admit that VStream large screen is huge. I also have to say it was awful nice to hide
behind in the weather. Dead air and great for slabbing all day.
And at least you have experience fixing cracks in the front sub frame as well.
Not with any great success.