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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Lost Roadie, Apr 18, 2012.
Out on a multi day ADV ride?
I was thinking the same thing, but I've had a much shorter learning curve by "researching", primarily on YouTube. The watch-practice-watch cycle has worked wonders for me. Jarvis and Tim Coleman on a couple different channels are both great. Probably not in that order.
YouTube is an amazing resource. I also enjoy the Aussie fellows who run the Cross Training Enduro channel.
Lots of good stuff here too: https://www.youtube.com/user/woodsracerdotcom
For you dualsporters that like dirt roads.
And options to get in the woods to add as much Adventure as you like.
Bring whatcha got.
Ride whatcha bring.
Tell your friends.
SCULL SHOALS DUALSPORT
Remember the SCULL
Broxton Bridge was a blast (8~P
Biggest thing to remember about the Berg
Dont fall for the banana in the tail pipe trick
A friends mini tower setup finished for the Berg.
Found a dimmer on Aliexpress. I dont know how much it will dim. I saw a vid using a DRL lamp and it cut it to 50%. They are rated to 5A.
Its been two years since ive camped out. That will change soon.
Great to see this thread alive and kicking!
With that said I thought I'd come here first to post that I'm selling my Berg'.
This is the 2nd one I bought basically brand new a few years back and haven't hardly ridden.
This "new" bike was setup based off of years of riding the previous berg into the ground, it has everything done to it that I feel was needed and nothing that was not.
Most add on essential parts were moved over from the last berg and much of the previous berg' spare parts are included with this sale.
Woody's wheels front and rear HD Superlace with RAD cush hub.
safari tank (200 mile range)
skid plate tool box
Seat concepts seat with OEM cover
Scotts metal oil filter
PDM-60 solid state aux power distribution
Baja Design XL Pro light
Ratcheting cam chain tensioner
HDB hand guards with integrated signals and mirror
Konflict Motorsport suspension tuning with progressive rear spring, a bit stiffer than stock to accommodate camping gear
radiator cooling fan with switch
Pro motion billet side stand
KTM Rally foot pegs
Scotts rear disk guard
New Mojave saddle bags
OEM side panels
OEM bag with the goodies you get when buying new
spare front and rear brakes
spare shift lever
spare brake lever
Other spare parts shown
GPS not included
It is a proven bike ready for any trip, the spares are nice in case of a crash but you won't need them as long as you keep the rubber side down most of the time and do basic maintenance.
Stored correctly and runs like a champ. A turnkey lightweight, high performance ADV bike.
Someone please give it a good home.
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Drooling, mate, your Berg has been an inspiration for setting up my own. I wish you would have listed 6 months ago before I bought mine. If you defarkle anything shoot me a PM please. I have also enjoyed your RR and photos, hopefully those continue. GLWS!
Welcome back Finn! Sorry it is only temporary. Hope all is well with you. You sure do have Berg 2.0 set up nicely. Someone will be very fortunate indeed. GLWS.
Worth noting that I have gained much info from this thread for my own adventure Berg and had a great time following you here on your travels through great pics, vids, and words.
So whats in store for the future?
Ive started on my Ipad mini 2 holder for the Berg. Will be mounted by way of a Ram mount to the tower.
Thank you for the kind words fellows. Much appreciated and I'm very happy to see other keep carrying the Husaberg touch around here. Somebody has to help show the world it's not all orange. :)
I updated my post with some more photos of all the goodies that will come with the bike, I understand that many of these parts are hard to find and sought after but instead of splitting it all up to maximize money I just want all this to go to someone who understands what this is. Pull the painful bandaid off in one go. :)
No future plans except to slim down my stuff and simplify life. I do have a current RR going in RR's that when I get to it will explain why I'm selling this bike that has been in my life for what seems like a while now.
Yep, following your RR. A great read so far. I'd be lying if I didn't say I am a bit jealous. Hopefully you will find what you are looking for, and remember to always enjoy the journey.
I'll look up your RR. I have seen some of your exchangeagram posts from Thailand so, maybe that is what you're referring to. I'll check it out... If it were in the cards I'd summons your 570 and have it sent my way without hesitation. I hope you get a quick sell as I know it is well sorted. Thanks for the Husaberg ride along, Finn.
Thanks again fellows, the bike has sold to one of us berg' FF's around here.