Someone had to take the picture. Model is easier on the eyes
[QUOTE=creola]My F returning home to FL from GA/NC and TN on her 6 month birthday at 11,473 miles.[/QUOTE]
Where did you get the crash bar with the highway pegs?
Moneill, the crash bar is standard BMW issue. The pegs are the rear pegs from the bike that I relocated to the front after making the frame for the Pelican cases and attaching one point of the frame to the original rear peg mount. The mount for the pegs I machined on a Sherline mill and lathe. Look in the F650 forum for "highway pegs" and you will see more close up photos of the pegs. Here's one of the peg folded up.
You have the wheels turning - the mental ones. Very much like the highway pegs ideas. I just don't like the folded up posture of many bikes. This would give the chance to stretch out on a longer ride.
Thanks again for a great idea.
Dakar at Deals Gap NC
Here is a picture of my 2004 Dakar just after I finish adding a few more toys.
I like your bike. Welcome to the forum. What part of Canada are you from?
[QUOTE=JCBR1150R]What is it and where can I get one? More pics?[/QUOTE]
Check your pm. Here's mine in process:
I am from Whitecourt ,Alberta ,Canada which is NW of Edmonton 200km
Quasimoto2, nice bike, welcome to the club. Are you also an ADVrider?
Was that just another typical June day in Whitecourt, when you took that shot?
Very neat rig.
If I remember right it was the end of March. I wanted to go for a ride so bad that I pulled it out, took pictures, then went and got it all dirty riding around for a hour (streets and roads were wet but mostly clear).
:twirl :bliss :brad
My '05 GS, also known as the faux'KAR:
My thumper needs a seat upgrade...