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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by AndreiZ, Jun 21, 2010.
Jaumev, that looks incredible. I would like to read about your adventures (but my spanish sucks)!
Nice work on the bike :eek1
Amazing, haunting, damn that's cool.
Fantastic pics. Envying you... :)
Excellent pics as always Jaumev .. I need to ride around here more before the gruelling summer starts. It's almost identical to Morocco in terms of landscape and architecture.
Just bought a 2013 Super Tenere for an Alaska trip in June 2014. Will up load bike pic after I add some gear currently on order. BTW I see the term S-10 used a lot. Is that the same as the ST?
Thanks and have enjoyed reading all the posts in this forum.
So obvious but I didn't see it.
My AltRider crash bars and skid plate due in on the 14th then try some dirt if it gets above freezing here.
Love that Grey Tenere rvrunner, mines a Raven. The guys from the ARA club (Arkansas Adventure Riders) are doing a ride on Saturday if interested in hookin up. with them. Not sure I can go but a great bunch.
Speaking of Super Teneres going to Alaska, how is the fuel range for the "Haul Road" to Deadhorse (Prudhoe Bay)?
The S10 is next on my list. I just have to wait another year or so...
You are in the good way little grasshopper...
Really nice bike
Ok, ok,... some bits in Spanglish here: http://traildreamer.com/en/
and more is coming
Looks like you are working on a tail tidy mod without using tools
Dood, that is a fantastic shot! I will check out your blog tonight.
Thanks for the link, I will get in touch. BTW mine is white so hope it will be acceptable.
Southern Peru, Just north of Bolivia. 15,500 ft.
Wallace is performing well, sipping the 84 Octane fuel happily and giving great MPG. The air is at 56% of atmospheric and aside from a marginally slower start time, (2 secs) with a touch of throttle, the bike runs well. I have been cruising all day at 80.
Every day I love this bike more and more.
Hey! That bike and that guy have been here to Texas!!!
Geez, Ray... You and Karen keep this up you'll end up in Antarctica!!! :eek1
Take care, and ride safe!
Epic. Just epic.
You might bump into Trevor one day.