Let's see your bike

Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.

  1. Hero of Moka

    Hero of Moka Adventurer

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    My new old Hornet 900. What a rocket!

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  2. Super08

    Super08 Been here awhile

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    A couple from my trip last week, 5,000 miles in 11 days.
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  3. EZEC1

    EZEC1 None of us is as stupid as all of us Supporter

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    455 miles per day average...nice
  4. Super08

    Super08 Been here awhile

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    Correct, a couple of the days were over 600 and then the shorter days when we were doing some extra looking around.
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  5. Revolve

    Revolve Useless

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    I'm riding the Duc.
  6. Malamute

    Malamute Low speed adventurer

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    Former, 1947

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    Current, 1984, soon to get a sidecar

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  7. Uke

    Uke visualist Super Supporter

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  8. Malamute

    Malamute Low speed adventurer

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    I shot it with my pistol, a 4" 44 S&W model 29.
  9. Uke

    Uke visualist Super Supporter

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    That's some serious medicine for a whitetail. I wondered as I didn't see a bow & quiver or buttstock and long barrel.
  10. Olythom

    Olythom Adventurer

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    image.jpeg The newest member of the stable... She and I have already been lost twice in the Olympics.
    Great fun.

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  11. Olythom

    Olythom Adventurer

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    Looks more like a Muley.
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  12. zaxrex

    zaxrex Adventurer

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    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.

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  13. Revolve

    Revolve Useless

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    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.
  14. zaxrex

    zaxrex Adventurer

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    Indeed! Seems that we share a bit more in common in both age and occupation.

    Where do you typically day trip?
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  15. Revolve

    Revolve Useless

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  16. zaxrex

    zaxrex Adventurer

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    Looks like a great ride.

    Just had a morning to ride last weekend and did a few similar roads. Anyway /thread-derail

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  17. Malamute

    Malamute Low speed adventurer

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    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.
  18. Uke

    Uke visualist Super Supporter

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    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.

  19. zaxrex

    zaxrex Adventurer

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    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.
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  20. Blackshirt

    Blackshirt Been here awhile

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    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...

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