I crashed my G/S last year July in Luxembourg. I hit the guardrail pretty hard but was not hurt. Took the bike back to Holland, had the steel frame examined since the bike burned 23 minutes. All fine so sent the frame to HPN in Germany for checks and reinforcements. They turned it into HPN # 1142. Used another engine but the same swing-arm, drive and gearbox. New kevlar TAG tank: Bought some parts and already had a bit on the shelf: All bolts, rods, front axle and shafts titanium: View attachment 1779797 Prutser triples and DRZ forks of course: Silent Hektik alternator, ignition coil and thermostat: View attachment 1779799 Kraftpaket: Same heads re-used: Lightweight: Exhaust headers cleaned and re-used: Wings: 40 mm BING F800GS caliper: Moto-Master floating disk: Bas (prutser) doing his magic: Hyperpro: A few parts at the paint shop: Detail: Last weekend I had the first trip with the bike, drove 1.200 km’s and went back to the crash site. July 2018: July 2019: Same place, where they brought my bike after the crash: My bike is named “Phoenix”. Rise from the ashes! And is now HPN #1142: come back stronger...and lighter: 170,6 kilogram (375 lbs) with all fluids but no fuel. So good to be back on my G/S!