Only 4 weeks old, 2500+ miles already.........
Can you spot ALL the toys............?
Here she is; the Alien Beast. She feeds on Harleys and then picks her teeth clean with Orange County Choppers. I'm just a hitchiker on her back.
I know I'm over indulging myself, but here she is from the front. So lovely with those beady alien eyes!
Officially she's a year 2000 R1100RT. Five simple speeds, no linked brakes, no counter balancer, no power assist nuthin'. Just pure surge!
Once again, Steve (I'll shut up now)
Garth you need to have Kbasa over to help you decorate your garage. It look entirely to clean...
"If you took the time to really get to know me...you'd be wasting your time, because I'm exactly who you think I am"
(Life comes at you pretty fast "Pay it Forward" - Have no regrets when the end happens)
My new 05 GS. 6 days old and 1200 miles of fun!
Hwy 31 southeast of Salt Lake City returning from Torrey
Joseph Canyon (NE Oregon or SE Washinton...dunno)
Southeast WA....chasing the sun
Hotelling it at the Lima rally.
At the big Muskie this spring.
That's beeeeeaaaautiful!Originally Posted by subvet
Marin County, CA
Some bikes. Some with motors, some without.
We have two.
Here are mine:
Dual Sporting the Carrizo Plain National Monument
Picking up my new R1200RT. Also, R1200GS.
R1150RT at AMA museum.
My 1973 R75/5 -- oops, sorry. Not an oilhead.
Jeff Dean - Tucson, Arizona - BMW MOA Co-founder (1972)
http://bmwdean.com/r1200rt.htm -- Friend of the Marque
MSF Chief Instructor (1994) - Over 500,000 BMW miles (805,000 km)
2007 R1200RT, 2014 R1200RT, R25/3, R51/3, R67/3, R68, R60/2 (x3), R69S, & R100GS
New bike explains the big smile. The red is a sweet color. Wonder if some bright blue color will be added next year. The subdued grey doesn't look nearly as good on this model.Originally Posted by 115