It isn't what you ride, it is if you ride
Very nice tourunigo,the bike looks good also.
Need some help, Colonel? There's a thread in How Do I.... that talks about getting pictures posted here.
Marin County, CA
Some bikes. Some with motors, some without.
Greg, which bike do I get to ride, if I fly out? That just might make it worth the airfare!
The photo is a 1990 K75RT and a 2000 R1200C. I like blue.
My 85 K100RT with fresh paint and fairing mods. 81,000 miles.
I like your two tone paint job. Would it be possible to see a picture of it from the front, slightly off angle that would show the front and the side in the same image? Did you leave the paniers black?
It will be a year or two before my '87 K100RT needs a paint job but I am interested in other possiblities rather than simply going back to black.
Thanks! Thats the same thought I had, I wanted black but put the silver on to break up the big RT fairing. I just left my bags black but you could paint them silver and that might look nice. Heres another pic, if you want more I can send em to you. Also some of the later (90's) K1100Lt's had a similar paint job with the black and silver switched around.
Thank you for posting the second photo. I like what you have done very much. I will keep your new paint job on file when the time comes for my black beauty to be repainted.
I don't want a pickle
Just want to ride on my motorsickle
And I don't want a tickle
'Cause I'd rather ride on my motorsickle
And I don't want to die
Just want to ride on my motorcy...cle
Ridden hard and put away wet
That immortal song is the inspiration for the plate on my ol' '74 650 Triumph....although you can see my true love in the background, and it's not the Swedish Brick, either! As soon as the Triumph sells, the plate transfers to the '92 K75RT.
Awaiting the "Master" to go on a blaster.