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    DENNIE
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Veg View Post
    That's one sweet BumbleBeemer!

    So what parts of TX & AL?
    capote tx, (near seguin ) 'bout 1.5 hrs south of Austin, and also Orange Beach AL. during some of the spring.

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    HERRHEAD
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    "Mia"

    Here is a picture of me and Mia - my '78 R100/7. She is my first BMW, bought from an enthusiast in Brooklyn about 4 years ago. She was his daily rider and continues proudly as mine...although she really enjoys a good thrashing on the weekends.
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  3. #633
    HERRHEAD
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    Mia - from bellow

    I've kept her pretty much stock - except for the "S" fairing, sport seat, Progressive fork springs (soon to have IKON rear shocks), SS braided brake cable and round valve covers. I still run her on points, but that may change down the line...
    I LOVE this bike!
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    Hearhead, U the man, I really the bike pictures in motion. Nice. One question, does your bike have a headlight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg View Post
    Hearhead, U the man, I really the bike pictures in motion. Nice. One question, does your bike have a headlight?
    Those are nice shots!
    I'd guess that HerrHead has blacked out his headlight for a track day.
    Hank Pfister
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    2007 R1200GS, 1973 R75/5/Dnepr, 1984 R100RS/Motovation.
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  6. #636
    HERRHEAD
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    Yep,
    The bike has a headlight...turn signals and a mirror too. But I taped them up or took them off for the track day that these pictures are from -- just like HankPfister deduced.
    Last edited by herrhead; 11-14-2007 at 02:41 AM.

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    1995 R100r some place near Gorman, CA
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    Has the GS-Lust The_Veg's Avatar
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    Sweet bike Ricard!
    Looks too like I am not the only one to have converted an R to the Mystic cockpit.
    Tell me about those fork-gaitors you have- I've looked for some to fit my R but have never found any.
    2012 R1200GS

    "If you can't fix it with a hammer, it's electrical." -somebody's dad

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    Veg, After seeing the photos of your R100R I realized I had to make the change. The bolt up was straight forward with only one cut required to the R100r headlight/guage bracket. I think the stock R100R looks great with the exception of the dash and the too long rear fender (it never rains in southern california anyway). The fork gaitors have been on the bike since I bought it about a year and 10,000 miles ago.
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    Has the GS-Lust The_Veg's Avatar
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    Yeah that rear fender is a bit awkward...my bike is getting the cafe-treatment once I get the engine sorted, and I'm looking for something from which I can make a sleeker fender that will be a lot less obtrusive.
    2012 R1200GS

    "If you can't fix it with a hammer, it's electrical." -somebody's dad

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    1982 W/ 140K miles, 20K since the restoration/upgrade.
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    My R75/5...new to me with original paint....Toaster tank is in the works.
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    Smile New Addition-95 R100M

    Just acquired this bike - found in a Craigslist ad. Runs great/everything works - even has new set of lasertecs. Its number 187 of 255 in US.
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    bensonhurst
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    66 R69s, 66 R60 and 67 conversion with Hollandia side-car


    My other air heads

    2002 Triumph Golden Jubilee and 1977 Triumph Silver Jubilee
    Two Jubilee Bonnevilles, one original owner
    I bought the 77 new and had it all these years,
    so when The Queens Golden Jubilee came around and Triumph announced a Golden Jubilee model,
    how could I NOT get one.
    There's nothing like a Bonnie on the twisties



    and just to complete the collection, my oil head
    Last edited by Bensonhurst; 02-06-2008 at 05:49 PM.

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    Sidecar Molly

    Here she is.
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