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Discussion in 'Moto Bellissima: All Other Dualsports' started by danger_dave, Feb 19, 2006.
it looks like you got the right company on the wrong tires.
2 for 6 Gyros? Score!
How many miles did you have when your front isolator went?
I had about 35,000 when mine started to separate, With the LD riding I was doing on it it at the time, it got an extensive inspection one month prior to what ever ride I was about to do
Easter Sunday on Mt. Tamalpias.
On my way to Moffat Tunnel / Rollinsville Pass near Rollinsville, CO
Pretty bike. Those forks off a late model SS?
Finally got the Uly out for the summer. Nice dusty farm roads with snow still on the mountains.
Perfect day along the Saco river.
Another view of the mountains, not a soul around - I love these rides.
Road to nowhere...AKA no destination planned. The best kind of ride!
Went for a quick rip tonight with my son. Stopped at this abandoned gas station... good thing we weren't in need!
Decided to break the 90/10 rule again today...
Nice afternoon for a jaunt up the hill after work.
Buell in God's country.
My XB12X Ulysses, Okay I have neglected my Buell XB12X Ulysses the last couple of summers do to having and riding my other bikes. Got it out of my storage garage a few weeks ago, cleaned it up, removed the Conti Trail Attack tires and installed some new Shinko 705's 80/20 tires. Also installed some new led's up front and few other things. I've been riding it regularly for the last couple of weeks and I must say this bike still makes me SMILE and is absolutely fun to ride !!
Just got home with my new-to-me 2006. The ride home was nearly two hours and so far, it is making me smile. It certainly feels a lot different than the Street Triple it is replacing, and not in a bad way. The spousal unit will give me a pillion seat review after supper this evening. We will do a little forest road exploring, which should be the kind of odyssey this Ulysses is craving.
That bike is is an '06? It's really clean!
Don’t forget to adjust that “rack” for the unit’s enjoyment!!
The rack was off the bike when I bought it. As soon as I got home, I reinstalled it. It's a pretty slick piece of kit.
Yeah, I'm really happy with the condition. I washed, detailed, and adjusted the suspension settings, and everything is in great shape. The big preload adjuster knob on the shock makes changing from solo to 2-up a breeze. It's all set for 2-up now for tonights ride. I am hoping the settings from the manual are correct, at least for 2-up. Once I reset everything for solo, I will take time to dial it to my liking.
Did a shakedown ride around Michaux State Forest today. It handles the poorly maintained gravel roads just fine.