Yamaha XT1200Z SuperTénéré owners: Show Us Your Bikes!

Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by AndreiZ, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. eemsreno

    eemsreno Super Tenere Rider.

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    The view from picture above.
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    Camp near Miners Delight.
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    In the morning.
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  2. krussell

    krussell Long timer

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  3. MichalKub

    MichalKub Adventurer

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    Getting dirty in the UP.
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  4. DirtDad

    DirtDad Green Chile Guru

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    Spent the weekend riding up in northern NM. Perfect weather! What a great bike.[​IMG]
  5. gjcarving

    gjcarving Been here awhile

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    That bike is weighed down
    Bet you had fun! Did a 400 mile Journey through Northern NM also. Although, took a car as I decided to drop the bike for a day and take my Mom out for a joy ride. Seems like you are liking your Tenere. Would be curious on your thoughts likes/dislikes if any. Been thinking of upgrading my DL650 to one next year. Seems like it would be a great touring machine for our type of terrain.
  6. DirtDad

    DirtDad Green Chile Guru

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    Yes we did have fun! As with any bike the more time you spend on it the more you either like it or dislike it. I am liking this bike. In fact I hate getting off it! It is very comfortable for me,
    it is smooth and has enough power on the hwy, with me and a passenger. I love the electronic cruise control. It does not feel top heavy to me, and it handles very well. I have taken it on
    easy dirt roads (forest roads), and I am impressed at how well it does. I would like to take it off road a little more, but I need to install a proper skid plate, and add some better suited tires
    before I feel comfortable off road. Trying to decide on a skid plate for it. I like the low maintenance that this bike offers. So easy to change oil, and diff oil. The shaft drive is pretty nice.
    I am currently experiencing a problem with down shifting. It just started about 500 miles ago. I probably just need to adjust the linkage tension. I will be working on that a little, but that
    has been annoying. Not much to dislike about the bike so far.
  7. Wreckchecker

    Wreckchecker Ungeneer to broked stuff.

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  8. DirtDad

    DirtDad Green Chile Guru

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  9. HeliMark

    HeliMark Been here awhile

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  10. Acadian Rider

    Acadian Rider Been here awhile

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    Fall colours around here right now. Taken today.

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  11. krussell

    krussell Long timer

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  12. vt wingman

    vt wingman Adventurer

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    CD0C2833-B909-4DC2-AE9A-FDF9C5F8AE26.jpeg Past peak color here in northern VT, but still pockets of vibrance!
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  13. okiegtrider

    okiegtrider Long timer

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  14. jimmy da fish

    jimmy da fish Been here awhile

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    Laural Highlands past weekend for our 10 anniversary of our Dual Sport Club.

    I'm getting much better at packing down for camping trips. Food, cold gear, rain gear,
    Hammock, tools, etc[​IMG]

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  15. jimmy da fish

    jimmy da fish Been here awhile

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  16. eemsreno

    eemsreno Super Tenere Rider.

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    tridawg Been here awhile

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    IMG_20171012_135114427.jpg Yesterday. Man I hate Colorado.
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  18. DaveWave

    DaveWave Don't sweat the small stuff. It's all small stuff.

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    On my way home from work across the SE Idaho desert a couple of weeks ago.
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  19. treybrad

    treybrad Been here awhile

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    Installed my Bumot panniers and tool box today -- couldn't be happier with them!

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    I went back and forth on color between black and grey -- I think the black ended up being the right choice with the Cobalt Blue, really happy with it. These are the smaller size (40/36L, 9.1" wide) but there's a TON of space compared to any panniers I've had previously. Racks fit really close to the bike, they look to be more narrow than the main fairing (less aero drag hopefully) and definitely narrower than the bars.

    The only bummer is that the panniers foul on my big old Givi E45 top case. It all mounts up ok, but to open the panniers I have to remove the top case. Oops... good excuse to buy the Bumot top case I guess. Anyone want to buy a brand new Givi top case mount and top box, ha?!?

    Big thank you to Jason at ADV Motorrad for being super helpful and distributing these great bags. Now to load them up and put some miles on them!

    trey
  20. MOTOBREATH

    MOTOBREATH Adventurer

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