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    bmwkrider
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    Cool

    Hello folks, I am new to the sight. Just wanted to say Hello. Hope to meet some of you in the near future.
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    tutt55
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    Hi all...here's my first BMW and my mid-life crisis (according to my wife). Just picked her up this past weekend (the bike that is).

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    Dances With Sheep GREGFEELER's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by tutt55 View Post
    Hi all...here's my first BMW and my mid-life crisis (according to my wife). Just picked her up this past weekend (the bike that is).

    mybike.jpg
    I wouldn't call this a "crisis" but a resolution. If you haven't bought a Valentine1, I'd do it right away.
    Greg Feeler
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    1972 R75/5, 1990 K75, 1990 K1, 1992 K75S, 2003 K1200RS

  4. #559
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    New Bike

    Hi all,

    I'm new to BMWs, I just picked up a new 2007 MY K1200R Sport (nice discount because it was left over from last year.) I love the bike, it's amazing. Here's my new giant baby:



    I named the bike Erika which means "unending power" in German.
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    Blue Ridge Parkway

    Paid a visit to the BMW Rally in Boone, NC this past weekend. The parkway was calling me - had a beautiful two hour ride.
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    My "old" Taxi and "new" Taxi
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    And here's the new one close up. I had the wheels powder coated, and the graphics done by a friend who does vinyl graphics.
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    Thumbs up Nice Taxi

    Quote Originally Posted by john1691 View Post
    And here's the new one close up. I had the wheels powder coated, and the graphics done by a friend who does vinyl graphics.
    Nice! Looks like your friend did an excellent job on the graphics.

    -MTS
    Mike Sweger
    Charlottesville, Virginia | 2004 K1200GT "Zw?Âlfziegel"
    "Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought." ~ Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

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    Here is my last K75. Really miss this bike.
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    k75sprint
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    Here is the bike that replaced it. Like it ALOT, still miss the K75.
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    K75

    Now that's a nice-looking bike!

    I can see why you miss it. Exactly what I'm on the market for right now, too (Mint, low miles, well-cared for K75/K75S in case anyone has one to offer)
    ---Jeff

    ex: K75S Berlina R100GS/PD , K100RS , R75/5 , R60/2

  12. #567
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    My K Bike

    This is my '93 RS. I had to cut that Parabellum windshield down a bit, but still looks pretty much the same.
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    K75s 02.JPG

    I've installed floating rotors with stainless brake lines. Wilbers rear shock. Electronic cruise control. Givi top box. Custom Kon Tour seat. Laminar Lip windscreen add on. Pirelli Sport Demon with Dyna Beads for balance.

    76,000 miles and still rolling!!

    Ron

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    tigertonyarwr
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    Thumbs up It's not pretty yet but it works.

    This is my 85 RS I put an Aeroflow fairing on which we all know is a modified windscreen but it eliminates buffeting and makes makes the ride smooth and comfortable. I have some leather bags since I'm not ready to make the massive investment for BMW originals and an aftermarket luggage case. It needs work, but I'm proud of my brick.
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