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    This is at the vetrans memorial cemetary in Igo California near hwy 36.
    I have a remus sportexhust on it. It thumps great. Not sure why the flag was at 1/2 mast
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    On the road again.
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    Ridding the Tail of the Dragon on my '97 ST.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwbubba
    Ridding the Tail of the Dragon on my '97 ST.
    Glad to see you aren't crossing the double yellow

    Nice picture
    Pass the mustard and UP THE REVOLUTION!

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    2003 F650gs

    No action shots yet as I haven't even ridden it yet. Need to get the registration on it (and some warm weather would help). Looking forward to getting out on it. I also have a list of stuff to add on.

    Ed Miller, Calgary, AB
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    I can't wait to retire and have a fixed income. The one I have now is always broke.

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    Ed very nice, it looks to clean, need to get some mud or something splashed on it.

    When did you pick that up?

    Doc
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFDOC
    Ed very nice, it looks to clean, need to get some mud or something splashed on it.

    When did you pick that up?

    Doc
    I just got it on Friday, I found it on the IBMWR site. The previous owner generously trailered it 700 Kms to me, arriving late Friday evening. Needless to say it ended up being a very late night since I just couldn't make myself come in from the garage untill I'd read the entire manual and tinkered with everything (while enjoying a few celebartory scotches )

    It is very clean, I would like to get out and get it dirty, but unfortunately don't have it registered yet. Now the forecast says its going to drop to -20C over the next few days and stay that way. Dang!

    I've all ready got a Dakar tall seat coming and a manual on CD-ROM. I'm researching saddlebags, so far I'm leaning towards the Caribou bags, maybe even in yellow to match the bike.
    Ed Miller, Calgary, AB
    2008 K1200GT, 2009 F800GS
    I can't wait to retire and have a fixed income. The one I have now is always broke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCMXCIVRS
    No action shots yet as I haven't even ridden it yet. Need to get the registration on it (and some warm weather would help). Looking forward to getting out on it. I also have a list of stuff to add on.
    C'mon it is a dual sport, take it out in the snow, become a
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    My 2007, 15 minutes after buying her. A week later, she looks much different.

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    [QUOTE=122959]My 2007, 15 minutes after buying her. A week later, she looks much different.

    Sweet, I miss my wife's GSL.
    -=Brad

    It isn't what you ride, it is if you ride

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    [QUOTE=122959]My 2007, 15 minutes after buying her. A week later, she looks much different.
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    So, what's she look like now?

    Curious minds want to know.
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    The deflectors are from Triumph. Most Triumph dealers carry them in short and tall versions. I have the tall version fitted. It took a little dremel action to make them fit. The bags are Hepco & Becker in 30 l. size. A 40 l. is made but I like the looks of the smaller ones and with larger bags, I tend to fill them up.

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    Different fork guards are discussed in the F650.com FAQs. Beside the Triumph ones, Touratech has a set specifically for an F650:



    Cheers, Greg
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    This is my first post on this forum and I thought it would be a good idea to start by sharing a few pictures of my current motorcycle journey and my baby a 2005 Dakar. In the next few days, weeks and months IÔÇÖll be posting more about me and my adventures.

    Preparing for the big trip - if you look closely I took down a tree



    border crossing mexico/Guatemala



    Uyuni, Bolivia


    The end of the world


    Now im planning my return to the US across Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Venezuela..

    Happy New Years!!!

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    Hey Salcar nice post, keep us updated as to your travels.

    Doc
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    (Life comes at you pretty fast "Pay it Forward" - Have no regrets when the end happens)

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