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Discussion in 'Australia' started by OldOzy, Jul 8, 2009.
oopsie... someone tiptoed thru the tulips...? and off on down through the spinach...
How’s the rider doing?
Alex Phillis at Winton yesterday. He’s fine I believe.
1 mature owner, mechanically A1, low km's for age, a few marks but purely cosmetic...
Explorar's got a wheel to suit
^ Ahhh. Reading about the RS as a kid is one of the things that got me dreaming about extended road trips on two wheels. What a beauty she is. Nice photo!
1st overnighter on the Camel. 600 round trip to Dumbleyung. Not as fast as the Bluebird, but was fun.
I cannot believe that back in 85, I rode my little Morini 125 down there for the BlackDuc rally. Bike ready to leave. Note flash luggage arrangement.
Nice photo Ron, bike is Colorado plated and it looks quite like the Grand Tetons in the background.
There was a meeting of Camel owners (and they weren't Arabs)...
In good company
Brilliant piece of engineering the Ecurielle 1000cc BMW
Apparently takes only 6 (or eight?) bolt to dismantle the bike into two halves (front - steering head/tank/cockpit and forks - and the rear - motor/chassis back suspension/drivetrain) due to it's unique monococque carbon fibre chassis. State of the art back then. Marc Morales waiting for his service team (and a clutch) in the 1987 Dakar... only 3 km's from the finish...
I wonder if thats where Erik got the idea for his buell 1125's.
I hate working on the bike
Photo from last Sunday morning
Yesterday at Obi Obi show. Panheads with heroic brakes.
I saw this today, in Bremen, Germany.
That is so damn cool.