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Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by GsVs, May 2, 2014.
Talimena scenic byway
Natchez Trace Parkway
Another good trip on the CBX.
The Trace is awesome!
Everyone I knew who’s has rode it told me the same thing. I was very underwhelmed with it though!
Different strokes for different folks.
It's definitely NOT an "exciting" ride... but it can be a really enjoyable one. I live a few miles away though, so it's an easy choice.
Small towns worship the strangest things...
In the prairies, when you do a 700 kms day trip just to see water. You damn sure take a picture of it.
To pride myself on tire of choice...
That front is 2 years old, has almost 20,000 kms on it and looks like new still.
Kenda Big Block 130/80. For me it's the only tire from now on up front, thought I'd share the love.
Took the bike for a spin around the country with the wife. Handles like a charm.
I’m just back from several days riding the back roads of the Central and Southern California coast. This is on day 1 on Hudson Ranch Rd west of Frazier Park heading down to the Carrizo Plain.
Some pics from this week. The last from the Wharf Rat Rally in Digby.
Riding a FZ07 for a couple of years, it was great fun to rediscover some places that i used to go with previous dualsport bike.
Took the CB over to the continent this weekend, to pop my TET cherry. Just Calais up to Ypres, and back down.
The little bit I did was quite enjoyable, and for the most part not particularly challenging, though deep wet grass and 'tramline' sections could get interesting.
Weather didn't help, short downpours had me diving for bus shelters a couple of times. But not enough rain to soften the tracks and make them slippery.
Will definitely go back over for an extended TET trip.
An old sugar cane engine milling, still in use.
In Itapetim, northeast of Brazil
Nice afternoon, so took in some byways and back roads around the county.
Out on the lanes for the first time today
I've been so busy at work these days I haven't gotten out on the CB500x much so it was nice to get out tonight. Did a little oil field access road exploration.
The end of the road at the well sight.
If you zoom in there are two mule deer in the field near the horizon in the center of the photo. As usual they stayed close till I stopped and then took off before I could get a picture.
In between the two photos the bike took a nap. I didn't think to take picture so this is all the evidence I've got.
I really need to get some proper rubber on her if I mean to ride where I want to.
Stole my wife’s CB500x for a 200 mile ride while she was out of state. Will she notice it now has 600 miles? The trip included River Rd along the Dry Fork in West Virginia.
Little Saturday Ride last weekend.
Just finished the Idaho BDR bike did great. The road up to Trinity lookout is only open to vehicles 50" wide or less, ATVs & Motorcycles.
Bike looks great ! What size fork gaiters are they please?
Nice colour of bike. Looks great and I like the gaiters ! What luggage system please?