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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by Angelo B, Aug 1, 2008.
If you have an F800/650GS, please show it
Here we go
Blackie - whatchya looking at re: crash bars? With all the time/miles you have under your belt, have you sorted it out yet? Givi? SW-Motech? Hepco-Becker?
More here: https://www.possu.smugmug.com/gallery/421214_YnfcR#P-8-12
Nice one Uriel!
Done just over 4500Km now
Ek wou se die foto lyk te veel na suid afrika ( erens in die karoo ? )
Jy is gelukkig om so fiets te he, hier in ooslondon is die waglys al oor die 40 mense. Kry my GS oor so maand of twee..... Lekker om te sien dat daar nog suid afrikaners op die avd forum is
Who makes that skidplate??
I can supply them $200US + postage
That is a difficult question to answer cos it seems no one has anything available in NA yet!!! Grrr.... But I had the BMs crash bars originally on order. I like the Hepcos but I'm not sure if they'll fit with the BM bash plate. The other proven option that fits with the BM bash plate is the Givi. Oh well only time will tell which.
A quick post to keep this thread ticking over until the US bikes start arriving :)
So sweet! Thank you and God bless (said the man dying of thirst to the water-giver). Nice to see the bike used for its intended purpose - getting out there and back! Love the artsy foto with the nice composition and sun glinting off the mirror.
I'm intensely curious about the F800GS. Any of you lucky owners with the great pics care to give your poorer cousins across the pond any reviews on your bikes?
Start here: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=100456&page=421
Also check out UKGSers and F800Riders forums. Lots of good posts on the UK site of real-world owners...
Jeez, sorry I missed that. Thanks
Here are first-day pix of my 650GS Twin, on the dealer lot before lift-off on June 30.
Views with maybe a twist:
And finally, a more traditonal view:
Love this bike. But it's still kinda naked because I'll have to wait till next spring to begin the dress-up. I'll be away all winter, leaving end of September. I'm conserving cash for the trip and will simply have to wait to personalize my machine.
Great looking bikes. Thanks for posting those.
Anybody fit some real tires and get one muddy yet? I'm curious how they hold up to more aggressive off-road.