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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by ADVTuga, Sep 28, 2010.
With all the carbon fibre goodness your bike is equipped with it should levitate, not fall to the ground
My favorite pic from our Trans-Wisconsin trip:
Bar muffs and SMC wheels for autumn.
Nice wheels, flashy orange lot nicer than sad black ones.
By the way, talking about aesthetics, if I can suggest, heated grips + heated gloves + handlebar protections keep my hands warm enough at minus 10celsius for 45mn at 100km/h.
Don't be upset, I'm the winner of the strange accessories challenge (but useful)
What fairing are you using?
I love orange.
Not my boat in the background.
I use the 690 to find new single track. Another successful day today with 100km+ mapped out. This bike can do it all ..
I was riding alone and it’s always nice when you eat shit (and I did) that the bike is easy to recover. Too many sketchy moments with my old 990.
Who makes your 690's windshield?
Mine is a Yenkro.
Mine is the KTM twins windshield. I didn't like the look of the smoked plastic so I sprayed it with plasti-dip. I trimmed the graphics off that would have been under it and moved them up front. It looks more factory now and not as much an afterthought.
Nice setting !
2014 Kit690 , Put a Rekluse in it , had Stillwell Performance get the suspension dialed then AFAIK did the first ride down into and out of the Sinforosa Canyon , south through the golden triangle of Mexico and down to
Durango DGO . I have ridden all the sections but the last one on a dirt route I've been working on for a few years . Starts in Agua Prieta , Mx. routing through very remote areas of the Sierra Madre's finishing near Tepic
on the Pacific .
Photos of the ride down into the Sinforosa !
Looking at the climb out the South side .
Looking back to the North and the descent . 6'500 ' !
With the extended fuel range, dialed suspension , Rekluse , Scotts damper , atrig preload adjuster and Mosko
R 80 . My little rocket ship is the perfect adventure bike for arguably one of the roughest most remote rides
in Mexico .
Twist it, Max
Very nice indeed