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    2005 F650CS w/Hepco Becker centerstand

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    Fantastic bike ..... sorting out luggage now for short and mid-range (<500 miles) touring.

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


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    Will this do?
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    Ed Miller, Calgary, AB
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    25-MPH NEXT 1OO MILES PacWestGS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MCMXCIVRS View Post
    Will this do?
    muddy-01.jpg
    That do nicely How come your top fender and headlight are so clean? Geeez my Dakar even looks at moist dirty water and it flips right up on everything. Must get one of those low fender kits. NOT...

    I got out for 150 mile ride today, went over to Gerbing's to buy a dual controller for 'lectrics

    Pic's from the trip:

    Mount Rainier:


    Hood Canal:


    Setting Sun Over the Sound:
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    Quote Originally Posted by PacWestGS View Post
    That do nicely How come your top fender and headlight are so clean? Geeez my Dakar even looks at moist dirty water and it flips right up on everything. Must get one of those low fender kits. NOT...

    I got out for 150 mile ride today, went over to Gerbing's to buy a dual controller for 'lectrics
    I got into some really sticky mud going down a dirt road, no dirty water, it was gumbo. It was fairly warm today and the past couple of days, so the snow had melted and the top 1" of mud had thawed. The Tourances were not worth a darn in that and the front low fender plugged up pretty quick. Tried parking the bike on its side (don't recommend it), but no damage. I'm thinking that if I am going to get into mud again, I'll need different tires and might lose the low fender.

    It took me over an hour to get it all cleaned off again.
    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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    Stewart Range in the background

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    Welcome to the 'board.

    That's a "picture of the week" candidate you've got there.
    Steve
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    My Thumper

    I hope this works. Took a bit to figure out how to resize.

    This is my first bike I bought in June '06. I put 7,000km on it the first season. (It had less than 8 when I picked it up) This was taken on my first long weekend ride by myself. I went from Borden to Kingston, went SCUBA Diving with friends for two days, carried on to Ottawa and back home thru the twisties by Bancroft in the pouring rain. I even managed to travel a little on the 401 slab and survived. (I feel like this little bike likes to get tossed by the big trucks) Planning much longer trips for this season.
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    Nice spring day in the Idaho Panhandle (40F & cloudy). If it's not snowing or raining it's a nice day. Lake Pend Oreille to my right, Schweitzr Mountain in the background. I've never tried to post a photo, so if it works it's a minor miracle.


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    My 06 on Saturna Island

    My first trip on this bike.
    Looking forward to riding out to Wisconsin this summer.
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    Hankles
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    At the dealer making my purchase . . .
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    At home with her big sister . . .
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    Ms Helen's newest ride

    getting those first 600 miles out of the way
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    So I decided to go from the K-bike dark side straight to the F-bike dark side (I do own a boxer; it just says "Subaru" on the front).

    I've owned this bike for about an hour and a half now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crow18 View Post
    I've owned this bike for about an hour and a half now.

    and you are writing about it instead of Riding it about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    and you are writing about it instead of Riding it about?
    Had to pause for dinner. You'll notice I didn't write much.

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