Okay... I'll bite. How did you post the YouTube link?
"It is what you discover after you know it all that counts." _ John Wooden
1973 R75/5 - original owner
"Jung, frisch und dynamisch" is an R60/5.
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'78 R100/7 & '69 R69S & '52 R25/2
mine-ineye-deatheah-pielayah-jooa-kalayus. oolah-minane-hay-meeriah-kal-oyus-algay-a-thaykin', buddy!
My new airhead project. 1983 R80ST. Picked it up a couple of days ago. I am at the stage of trying to figure out where to go with it.. I am leaning towards a scrambler style rather than a full on G/S... I like to ride gravel and some dirt roads so I was thinking of a G/S handlebar, knobbie tires and chunky grippy pegs. Probably get a solo seat and a tail rack set-up.. give it a spit, pollish and a few dabs of paint here and there.
I was looking for a ST for some time for a few reasons.
1) I am only 5'5".
2) I wanted a 800 cc monolever
3) wanted spoke wheels with tubes so I can air down my tires on extended soft stuff
Below is my other wonderful airhead
We don't see many R65 monolevers out there, either!
Feel free to join the gang at the R65 forum, too (www.bmwr65.org)!
BMWs in my garage: 1982 R65LS, 1978 R100/7
Attachment 25116I wanted to make a few alterations
I like it but may change the color
Wow, 2 different RS's this week with no fairings.
'88 R100RS Saboteur
MOA# 144652 | Airhead# 11105
Here she is... best bike I've ever had.
'78 Euro-spec R100RS Motorsport
Looks like it just needs a little "tweaking" ;-)
Don "Radar" Wreyford
00 K1200LT, 98 R1100GS AE, 84 R100RS, 76 R75/6 (rebuild complete)
MOA # 91738, RA #27032 , ABC #7915 - "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results" - Albert Einstein