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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
A trip down memory lane......the last few rigs to pass through the cave.
man o man Im a dumb American that's been living under a rock and never heard of these guys. Started in the early '70's as MX bikes. How friggin cool and so many awesome models available. Do they have any dealer presence in the US ?
This lays out the story pretty nicely: https://www.motorcycle.com/features/swm-motorcycles-the-italian-oem-you-dont-yet-know.html
The big comfy armchair, S'wing 600.
Weak bridge by APM Photography, on Flickr
Superdual 600cc 57hp
Descendant of Husqvarna TE630
This one kicked my Explorer 1200 out of my garage
My '83 G/S in Sudan a few years ago.
Gonna need more fuel. That tank isn't big enough! LOL
Dukes Pass, The Trossachs, Scotland;
Dukes Pass by APM Photography, on Flickr
It is a Heinrich 42 litre which came with the bike, I am the second owner the first having done a 4 year around the world trip on it, to be honest it did make the bike something of a handfull and I have now replaced it with a 24 litre from the R100GS.
It looked quite classy:)
The tenere on the old Roman rd between Macclesfield and Buxton, England.
My 2010 Triumph Scrambler getting lost round the Staffordshire countryside
how long is that road mate? I'm only about a 45 minute ride from Buxton
Didn’t clock it but would guess 4 or 5 miles. Theres a few similar in the area. Can send you google links If you want.