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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by Angelo B, Aug 1, 2008.
Very nice bike , looks awesome
In route to Deadhorse on my '17 800GS in June of this year.
Hi , what screen is that in your bike? I have the small standard one ( 2016 standard ) and looking for a taller one
The screen is a California Scientific. I bought the medium size, works perfect for my 5'8" frame.
If you know anyone looking for a great bike it’s in the flea market
F850GS / F800GS / F750GS / F700GS / F650GS Twin pics
wife's 2019 F750GS... Picture taken At the Custer National Park in Montana... bike has been stellar and easily keeps up with my 1200 when we are eating up high speed Interstate...
Did a similar trip this summer, and you're right, the F750GS kept up with my R12GS no problem. So much so, I traded
the R12 for an F850GSA this November. Really wanted cruise control.
Custer's Last Stand
From a ride out on the plains east of Kiowa, CO
So you find it better with the windshield spoiler upside down?
Taking ADVantage of a warm December day. You take it where you can find it in Cleveland
Yeah, works for me.
Then again, I'm the kind of guy who is okay with the wind flow after stuffing a Mr. Happy puppet behind the windscreen.
So I just brought home my new baby. My previous baby was an 07 R1200gs thatI still own. It was only a 10 mile ride home but holy crap. Just spent the last hour and a half in the garage connecting and playing. This is gonna be fun.
The plan is to let my 18 YO grandson ride the 1200 and me on the new bike in June for 2 weeks before he heads off to college. The plan is to see how many National Parks we can hit in 2 weeks. He has been my dirt bike partner for the last 10 years and this has been the plan for the last 5 years. WIN, WIN
Hello from the great white north.... here’s my 2015 F700GS on its last ride in November last year. Picked it up used IN Sept 2019 with 2300kms on it. Now it is sitting waiting for the snow to disappear.
When the partner finds a garage sale on a ride......
When I read it was its last ride I thought “omg, how did it die?”, then I read on and read it was waiting for snow to disappear and I realized that was such a Texan thought of mine...there isn’t a last or first ride here.
Rub it in Daniel ; - (
Yah, umm. Bite me! All I have to say is read and weep... its pretty good up here and we’re not the only ones who think so... But holy crap it can get cold !!!