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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kiwiDakar, Jun 29, 2002.
2018 KLX 250
Coming up on the 20 year anniversary of the red white n blue Y-body (Y2k) Gixxer.
2018 1090 R. Shot this spring just south of Calgary Alberta.
Resurrection... new junkyard motor runs well.
2017 Suzuki VV 200, what a great looking little bike. Looks well setup my friend, enjoy.
Here's a decent pic I got of my V-Strom down around Turner Falls today.
KTM and cairn, looking west at the Tobacco Root mountains
Destination in sight:
I lusted for this bike as a kid when I had an XL 100.
It's been a really great bike. So many adventures on this thing and it's been nothing but reliable 100% of the time over the past 1.5 years. I think it's naturally warm blooded because even on a chilly day it'll start right up as I'm just turning the engine over to prime and circulate oil, not bad for a 35 year old bike.
Not as much to go wrong on those older bikes, a lot to be said for that.
The simplicity of these bikes are really something else. Intake, carb, 2 valves, CDI, a cylinder and an exhaust.. Minus the street legal necessities I'm not sure you can get a more raw bare bones bike than these
I just bought this a few weeks ago. Needs a few adjustments, but it's perfect for the Nepalese Himalayas. I have new spoked wheels in the works as well as a shorter silencer and larger 11-liter tank. Otherwise, it's pretty perfect. That's Annapurna in the background.
Looking forward to seeing this with the upgrades. Looks cool now, will look even better and more practical. Does it have electric start ? These bike do have my interest, especialy as the dealership is in the next town over. Not many can say that in northern Thailand.
This is Tigger at the signpost on Salar Grande in Northern Argentina. Part of our RTW journey
Me and my 2002 KTM 640 Adventure in the Pyrenees
That is a very beautiful well preserved bike, I worked as a mechanic at a Suzuki dealership when those came out and had the pleasure of test riding them quite a bit, good on you sir for taking such good care of a truly classic bike.
Hibernation time in the great white north.