Such a fun bike!
Such a fun bike!
[QUOTE=rottenbiker;887865]Such a fun bike![/QUOTE]
And a looker too!
On the way to the Salem rally, I think we are starting to like each other
On our way to the Salem Rally. Photo taken at 10,900 feet just shy of the summit of Beartooth Pass
And another in Badlands NP, shortly before Barley insulted the mother of the largest bull bison on the entire planet and we had to leave in a hurry.
Here is my '05 R1200RT.
The R sport'n a new fairing
Ursula with mew chrome pipes
My 2 Boxer twins 40 years apart.
1973 R75/5 and 2013 R1200RT 90th Jahre. Owned the 73' since 79' and it's been through 2 ground up restorations/ modifications.
Just got the 90th anniversary on July 27, 2013 and have 171 miles on it so far (no time to ride), but really nice bike !!!
[QUOTE=macfly;489915]Well, not so little really, but still very happy with her, she is one of only 106 like her brought into the USA. This in on our first proper ride together, it's love!![/QUOTE]
I'm new to the club and curious to know exactly what model BMW you have that only 106 were made?
The bike looks awesome Bob McKee
It has been raining lots here, and streets are flooded, never mind trees are down. Also, I am having this coated on matt-finish film this Saturday, so garaged she stays in the meantime.
All but the side tank panels are Carbon Fiber body parts, removing 15+ lbs of weight or so. The local dealership says she is a piece of 2014 art.
The other side photo is too large so says this site. And, the tires are brand new, so no picking on them.
Foggy morning on the BRP
Just returning home.
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We were in the Gifford Pinchot Forest a couple of months ago, trying to navigate our way to Spirit Lake, with great difficulty. :D
[QUOTE=RINTY;899709]We were in the Gifford Pinchot Forest a couple of months ago, trying to navigate our way to Spirit Lake, with great difficulty. :D[/QUOTE]
That's my back yard...although..I got turned around running section 1 of the WBDR a couple weeks ago..:doh