Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Latin America' started by museumplanner, Jan 19, 2012.
I think that's exactly what Mike was saying.
Yes, but Airhead understood, he knows the old XRs were tougher than the new XLs, but the Tornado will do fine for you.
Heard they are only assembled in Mexico, all the parts are made in China.
Hope that my new 2013 Yamaha Double Purpose YBR 125 G will do me fine.
Hope this works out. Also I´m thinking about driving from Mexico City to Veracruz tomorrow on the new bike. Aren´t you living in Veracruz now Mikemike.
I am here. PM me, I will be busy until Saturday afternoon. Maybe have some time Friday AM.
Heavy rains here, hopefully will stop soon. If it is still raining, hang atound in Puebla a little, it is a good stop on the way.
Congratulations on the new bike, always lock it up!
Bike looks great for mexico! That thing should get great fuel mileage.
Hope it's cheap to register and insure too.
Maybe Mike can recommend a good lock for when you have to park outside.
I've left the V-Strom on the streets quite a few nights but would never do that with a small bike. My dirtbike stays inside when my butt isn't on it.
A lock on the gate at the supervised parking is the best option.
The proposed energy plan for Mexico will in no way be affected by the fuel consumption by that bike. What you save on gas, you can spend on some very good food and beer.
Exactly, I'm getting fairly decent millage around 3.5 Liters per 100 kilometers.
This one is already in DF. Bet it gets great fuel mileage!