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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
Looks more like a Muley.
It's crazy just how unbelievably *ahem* portly the GSA looks in that company
Since I'm new to posting, here are my two lovelies.
The angle doesn't flatter the GSA and neither does that fact that it's a low suspension version.
Edit: looks like we're in the same city.
Indeed! Seems that we share a bit more in common in both age and occupation.
Where do you typically day trip?
Looks like a great ride.
Just had a morning to ride last weekend and did a few similar roads. Anyway /thread-derail
Theres a rifle in a scabbard on the bike, I didnt have it handy when i saw the deer when I woke up. I was still in my sleeping bag.
The R100RT is classic, even without the lowers, very practical in warmer weather.
You might consider sharing this in the Airheads subdivision of OLDS COOL.
Thanks. This is actually an R80RT which is even more rare in the USA.
The lowers disappeared after it was hit in the parking lot under my dad's ownership. History: this is my late father's bike.
I've been slowly restoring/repairing but actually prefer the lines without the lower fairing.
I have a few...plus a couple in the restoration queue. It's a Euro-centric collection to be sure, but they cross-cut the breadth of road riding. The '71 Triumph TR6R that is slowly getting restored will expand my moto-paradigm to Forest Service roads. Dirt riding was my first love, but all these years later I no longer have a young man's powers of recuperation so I've fought the persistent urge to get a dual sport again...
1971 Triumph TR6R
2003 Triumph 790cc T100
2007 Moto Guzzi 1100 California Vintage
2006 Piaggio BV500
2016 BMW R1200RS
Sometimes you play hard, other times you just play
Seems an unlikely place to take a spill. Were you attacked by Big Foot?
(of course glad you were unscathed)
Oh there’s definitely a story! All turned out well. Forced the issue on new handguards and mirrors.
Another Rally - action shot!
Trying to avoid the mud!!! I should have done that too! This was just after falling over in the mud in Death Valley this spring
I think this is where my tank started leaking from a micro crack.
In fact I was just trying to get closer to the guy with the camera for a better photo! The bikes over my shoulder were stuck in the muskeg, so I had taken a better line for once.
Here's Tigger in Bolivia with my wife a few days ago.
Crossing the river Mamore on our way from Trinidad to San Borja. From our map and the GPS we expected a bridge here. Obvious when we arrived that there was no bridge and we would have to make our way down a slippery bank onto one of the flat bed wooden ferries. Really glad we're not here in rainy season.
Steve and Janette
Not mine unfortunately. Spotted this iconic beauty at Knockhill race circuit (Central Scotland), a minter...!
Kawasaki Z900 by APM Photography, on Flickr