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Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by GsVs, Mar 27, 2017.
Out riding. STIIL doing the break-in.
My boy Lypen in Ukraine :)
July 18 (397) by ~Diablo~, on Flickr
Stopped in Tellico Plains during a weeklong trip with the Rocket Lady.
Was it Rocket Lady who came up to talk to me about my 300x leaving Telico Grains Thursday? My riding companions were pulling out so sorry about being quick to go.
We only stopped in Tellico for lunch on Friday. Wasn’t us. Down at TWO tonight.
Hey Skooter. What tank bag is that? I'm still searching for a small tank bag that actually fits well.
FWIW here's mine. Grand total of 473km on the clock.
Just fitted bashplate, Barkbusters, risers and building pannier racks this weekend for Ortlieb pushbike pannier bags.
Just need a tank bag.....
Coming down the Cherohala Skyway towards Tellico Plains on the way home Sunday morning.
Riding the Cherohala on Saturday.
Hit 6000k today taking a spin around malaga
Played some Pennsylvania Tag yesterday and today
Some local rides and views.
A few more Pennsylvania Tag pics.
420 mile day, and clean for once.
Think I passed a green 300x at Lolo Pass today. I was climbing near the top on Idaho side and other in a group of bikes just having come out of Montana. Anyone here?
That ride from Lewiston Idaho to Lolo pass up hwy12 is one of my favorite rides. My home town area.
Wolfman E12 bags look like this on the bike. Easy fit!
What's the tank bag?
Thats a nelson rigg bag I am testing after hitting a gap in availabilty of my preferred brand. https://www.nelsonrigg.com/luggage/cl-series/rg-1045-trails-end-adventure-tank-bag-detail.html
So far it is fine but maybe a tad long for this bike and the positioning of the rear attachment is weird. In the photo, notice I have the buckles folded under the bag and crossed instead of running down and slighly forward. Better pic here...https://photos.app.goo.gl/mQDJgdL9aWEHCi95A
I love wolfman stuff, but currently have the Nelson Rigg and a OBR bag that I am giving a chance.
I am planning to ride a few hundred miles down into Oregon and back tomorrow and give it all a good test.
Ran a few less miles in the state dodging rain with bags loaded and covered almost 50 miles of dirt plus 200 paved. The bags are solid and barely wiggle around at all. Even the tank bag is doing well and doesnt shift around like I thought it might.