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Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by AdventureRider, Mar 9, 2020.
I thought this was supposed to be a picture thread
Much prefer the T7 over the WEE where u r, I had one and did quite a bit of off the beaten path with it,a it didn't always like it much, but like a mule that it was, I kept pulling it in the direction I wanted to go!
Here you go.
Near Onslow lake New Zealand
Last ride of the year. Central Ontario
My buddy's is slowly starting to fall apart... at this particular trip, his left foot peg broke off. The bike is around 13 years old though.
One of my last rides of the season. May sneak out with another warm day, typically not much riding for the next few months in Minnie.
My new T7
I’ll bite- bought with 67 miles 2 days ago. Some goodies already installed. Looking forward to adding miles... many!
on the fourth photo - the one with the rucksack and the jacket - i am missing the run over backpacker.
looks a bit like a crime scene ;-)
My new ride
I had a TL1000R when I was 19, lasted 2 or 3 months before I wrecked it. The torque and sound was amazing
Looks like an awesome area zen, Ill have to get down that way more next summer
Today’s ride in NW CT
Discovering some local dirt roads.
Picked up a small tank bag for day trips. I can move it down some and it follows the seat lines and doesnt cover the fuel cap. Looks to be well made.
It got above 50 F today. Took what may be the season ender. Dryden Lake. 5 miles from the village I grew up in. Dryden. Upstate New Yorkers can be an unimaginative lot.
Went out for a short ride today. Got in on a wet class 4 road and had some fun. Only one very light tip over because of my short ass legs.
how do those two bikes compare?