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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
Picked it up a couple of weeks ago. Loving it so far.
New to me, 2004 TT600RE. Picked It up sunday
That TT look like new, super nice bike, good move.
OK, here's a photo from today's ride. Ohio River, Wellsburg, W.Va.
That's my Bike, 2012 Ducati Multistrada 1200S - love it!
Wish they had a modern version TT600 available here in the States.
That’s an awesome scooter tell me more about it
Its a Honda x adv, same engine as the NC750x, its very comfortable and very good on fuel, mid 70's mpg (imperial gallons). I also have an xt1200 and Royal Enfield Himalayan but the Honda gets the most use.
Everything about it on here;
The Honda X-ADV isn’t currently sold in the U.S.A. but that could be about to change. As a frame of reference, a year ago, the X-ADV actually dethroned the BMW R1200 GS as the reigning champion of sales in Europe. I for one sure am curious to know what all the hype is about.
nice pics of your pride and joy.......... zzzzzzzz just kidding heres a guys ride thatll provide some comment.
Today in the rockies, fall is in the air but winter predicted for Thursday.
My 2004 Fazer during our roadtrip through Europe!
My 1986 Suzuki Cavalcade
Its finally starting to cool off here in South Carolina and it's time to do some long distance traveling.
The Cade is a great touring bike for winter riding. It has air bags in the seats and the passenger rear backrest cruise control and the most important option for winter riding HEAT.
My beautyful little 1995 Honda Transalp XL600V PD06 in some forrest around here. A few mods done, still a few to add... Keep you updated.
Passenger headrest? First I've seen. Have any pics of your camper set up? Pretty impressive!
Glen Quaich -- Central Scotland
V-Strom by APM Photography, on Flickr
Got the bike in March ,the more I ride it the more I like it , have a little over 13,000 miles on it now.
It's a 1991 Kwik Kamp, dry weight is 275. White portion of the trailer is all storage and can be accessed from the inside of the tent. It has a queen size bed and a changing area.
My wife and I have been traveling for years on motorcycles and camping alone the way.