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Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by AndreiZ, Jun 21, 2010.
A pic from the mabdr.
Starved Rock State Park.
At least the rain washed some of the bugs off from last week.
Canyon lake in Texas hill country.
Trip to the Ozarks.
I rode in here for 7 hours plus camped way back in here and never seen anyone else.
Great trails, all privet property open for recreation.
Lots of good water crossings.
I also rode around the Current River area.
Repainted panniers from yellow to black
Spring brings nice weather
How many miles on the old girl now?
She is a young girl, don't insult her. 233,000.
Nice! At mine 53K is just a baby still.
Yesterday at the Catalpa Cafe in Arkansas and one from the way up. Headed back home to Texas today.
That's 5 driveshafts in GS speak.
What year is it?
Mine is a 2015 new 6/6/15 and I almost have 88,000 miles
Short but nice ride yesterday from Belmar, NJ to Sandy Hook, NJ along the coast on mostly Ocean Ave. I didn't take any pictures of the homes, but if anyone wants to see 'stupid money' at it's finest, some of the mansions are unbelievable!!!
Old carousel in Asbury Park, NJ. Gotba chance to ride with my awesome brother once again.
Fort Hancock. Sandy Hook, NJ
Oktoberfest style at Bahrs Seafood in the Highlands, NJ.
Hope you all have and have a great weekend of riding. Enjoy
I'm curious about your experience with maintenance over 233K miles. That's more miles than a lot of cars have when they finally hit the scrap heap. Pretty impressive for a motorcycle! Yamaha seems to have a real winner here!
Oooopss. Wrong thread! Me and my younger boy 11k feet Northern NM.
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Just read your write up when you hit the 200k mark. Very impressive and it really reinforces my decision to buy my S10. I've rode all my life and had all kinds of bikes and I can honestly say the S10 is my favorite.
Texas has a lot of open roads