Yamaha XT1200Z SuperTénéré owners: Show Us Your Bikes!

Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by AndreiZ, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. tridawg

    tridawg Been here awhile

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    Evil couldn't clear the Snake River from that ramp over there but the Tenere stuck the landing.

    Two truths and a lie.

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  2. eemsreno

    eemsreno Super Tenere Rider.

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  3. tridawg

    tridawg Been here awhile

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    Thats what I get for goofing off at work.
  4. vt wingman

    vt wingman Been here awhile

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    I nailed that jump too on my Seca 750 when I was stationed at Mountain Home AFB in the 80’s! Must be a Yamaha thing!
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  5. pizzaboy

    pizzaboy Been here a little too long

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    Rice paddies and boulders
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    heresjeff Weekend Worry-er

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  8. MonkeyBut

    MonkeyBut Fuel Whore

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    Took a great long ride with my brother today. Rode up to High Point State Park, NJ along Rt519, Rt23 and Rt521. Great twisty, usually empty, winding roads with little traffic. Was about 97 degrees today but as long as we kept moving, it wasn't bad. Beautiful blue skies and sun in abundance.
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    Here we stopped to have lunch that we packed with us.
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    He wanted to stop and get a picture of a great twisty road sign. Hope you all had a great weekend and enjoyed the ride.
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    heresjeff Weekend Worry-er

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  11. Keygs

    Keygs Been here awhile

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    New soft bags for the off road adventures, and a home made luggage rack. 5A2566F7-C40C-48EB-AF97-41282079060C.jpeg 2F546706-1024-463A-ADFC-41505A5A60E2.jpeg 488DA8C6-B465-494C-A05E-C667EB33CAEC.jpeg 8B22FB72-7D4F-43F3-B342-B79C10D4C9A7.jpeg
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  12. WRC51

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    Nicely outfitted bike Keygs, could you give us some details on the hand guards?
  13. s.ga.rider

    s.ga.rider Been here awhile

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    Got them both cleaned this past weekend.


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  14. zxrider11

    zxrider11 Been here awhile

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    Nice pair of bikes, one will be the best bike you ever owned and never let you down.

    The other will be fun to ride when it is running properly, but drive you insane with all the engineering/quality control failures.
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  15. Keygs

    Keygs Been here awhile

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    The hand guards are called "Blizzard" by a company called Barkbusters. They are a cordura/ballistic nylon type of material, and attach to the bar end, and use a strap to attach to the inner bar between the mirror stalks and brake/clutch reservoirs.
    They do a great job of keeping the weather at bay in conjunction with the heated grips, and without interfering with steering lock or access to levers/switch gear.
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  16. theregulator

    theregulator Shut Up and Ride Supporter

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  17. eemsreno

    eemsreno Super Tenere Rider.

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    Some good Missouri today.
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    DLFLHT I'm a little fuzzy

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