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    BUBBAZANETTI
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    Mountain climbing, off roading and a porcupine

    mt greylock, ma/ny border, beautiful view but a ROUGH road, the triumph lost an airfilter, we wire tied a sock on to the exposed carb:


    off roading in VT, this is the first time i wanted a GS



    we had a visitor in camp that night:



    rain had turned the trails to mud, (it was MUCH muddier in person, um, must have been the flash or soemthing, haha):


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    DZIMBRIC
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    Nice pics

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    off roading in VT, this is the first time i wanted a GS
    Yeah, I know the feeling. If I lived in your neck of the woods that is what I would have, And since I now have one it is the bike that does it all,

    rain had turned the trails to mud, (it was MUCH muddier in person, um, must have been the flash or soemthing, haha):


    Yep, been there and done that on the RT


    Why I switched to this;

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    Slowpoke & Proud of It! BRADFORDBENN's Avatar
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    Put a sock in it;or,screws DO fall out...

    My friend's old Norton used to have a carburetor fall off!!

    All I got for pictures was the little red x Bubba;anyone have the cure?

    Oops!!Fixed itself-red x's gone,purty dirty yellow motorcycles in sight.
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    Sometimes,nothing is a real cool hand.

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    RIDERR1150GSADV
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    Looks like you guys had a great time!!

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