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    Thread created on 17:28:37 - 14/01/22 (1 year ago)
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    Greetings from your DT. 

    Any fellow motorcycle riders around?

    Landscape from Ecuador
    Last edited by DrunkenTraveler on 15:02:16 - 15/02/22
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    Posted on 22:25:22 - 22/01/22 (1 year ago)
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    tis a virago 535 (1997 model, a fine year, reminds me of final fantasy 7 days lol), the picture that the person i brought it off took so its her helmet on the back not mine. used to have another ages ago with a screen and a larger back rest and a chrome badge logo instead of the painted on one.
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    Posted on 06:59:05 - 04/02/22 (11 months ago)
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    My second Monster 1100 Evo. Love the single-sided swingarm. Termis sound like a beast!
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    Posted on 11:53:57 - 10/02/22 (11 months ago)
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    Posted on 22:53:00 - 10/02/22 (11 months ago)
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    Last edited by Bovril on 22:53:21 - 10/02/22
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    Posted on 23:07:56 - 10/02/22 (11 months ago)
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    those are some chonky looking tyres lol 
    are they for off road?
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    Posted on 23:30:12 - 10/02/22 (11 months ago)
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    Bovril [2175036]

    RambleRocket [2200354]

    those are some chonky looking tyres lol
    are they for off road?
    Seems like or double purpose, nice bike !
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    Posted on 10:22:46 - 11/02/22 (11 months ago)
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    Continental TKC80's dual sport tyres. Reasonable on road but with some off road capability. But the bike is too heavy for off roading, I tried last year and dropped it 3 times!  Good fun though.
    Last edited by Bovril on 10:23:01 - 11/02/22
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    Posted on 15:00:38 - 15/02/22 (11 months ago)
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    Bovril [2175036]

    Continental TKC80's dual sport tyres. Reasonable on road but with some off road capability. But the bike is too heavy for off roading, I tried last year and dropped it 3 times! Good fun though.
    If you ride a motorcycle at least one time you should fall ;P

    Nice bike!
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    Posted on 14:48:04 - 24/02/22 (11 months ago)
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    My wife is always such a great model
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    Posted on 20:18:39 - 03/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    2020 Tuono V4 Factory, that engine is a dream. Sound's alright aswell. ;)
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    Posted on 10:43:18 - 04/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    Kawasaki Z900

    Si vis pacem, para bellum

    Arnout, leader of the Inquisition.

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    Posted on 16:27:22 - 07/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    Arnout [2081105]

    Kawasaki Z900
    Holy... thats some good wheels you got. Here one of those is around $30k how much in your country? Such a shame we dont have roads for those kind of bikes
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    Posted on 16:28:07 - 07/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    2020 Tuono V4 Factory, that engine is a dream. Sound's alright aswell. ;)
    Factory , Ive some here but not too high cc . Congrats awesome bike !
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    Posted on 23:04:19 - 10/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    Looks good Bovril. Is that a boxster engine too? 

    This is my ride, a BMW R1200RT, good for long rides. Boxter engine, quite a punch on low revs too. I go on holiday with it. Not for the looks or the sound, but sure is fun to ride. The radio and cruise control are a blast.

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    Posted on 00:10:10 - 11/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    Almost 14 years old now, but still loved.

    Rocket III Classic
    2300CC


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    Posted on 01:25:04 - 11/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    Crayfish [954866]


    Almost 14 years old now, but still loved.

    Rocket III Classic
    2300CC


    I would love to hear the sound of it, such a long time with her. Nice wheels!
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    Posted on 11:03:57 - 23/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    Currently I've a 04 CBR1000RR, 06 Ninja 636, 04 Shadow 1100 Saber, 83 Suzuki GS850G, and an 05 Ninja 636 parts bike. I miss a few of my old ones. When I figure out how to post pictures I'll update.
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    Posted on 05:47:10 - 24/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    CheezChu [2751561]

    Currently I've a 04 CBR1000RR, 06 Ninja 636, 04 Shadow 1100 Saber, 83 Suzuki GS850G, and an 05 Ninja 636 parts bike. I miss a few of my old ones. When I figure out how to post pictures I'll update.
    Lot of good bikes, good to know!
    Try to upload them or if you got some from social media, right click and copy adress.
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    Posted on 17:14:02 - 24/03/22 (10 months ago)
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    This is my 1986 Honda Goldwing 1200 Aspencade w/ Drag Specialties Wing Leader Cosmetics. Got her back in January for $450. She's been my preferred bike since. Everything runs and works on her, even the radio, cassette deck, and air suspension. Her flat four (boxer four) runs great, and is incredibly smooth. Only has around 21,000 miles which is nothing for these bikes.

    In the background is my Dad's 2003 Honda VTX1800 (I can add more picture if anyone is interested).


    This is my 1985 Honda Shadow VT700. This was my first street legal bike, got her in August of last year. I am the third owner of it, and it only has 9,000 miles on it.

    In the background is my Dad's 1986 Suzuki Intruder 700.


    And lastly these are my two Honda Trail 70s. If I remember correctly one is an 76 and the other is a 78. I grew up learning to ride these two, they were my grandfathers before my Dad and I got them. Both run good as new! They are technically street legal, but as their top speed is around 22 mph, I really don't care to take them on any main roads.

    I also have a 1984 Honda Goldwing Interstate that I got for free nonrunning from my Motorcycle instructor. Unfortunately it had spun and eventually threw a rod bearing. I am currently in the process of rebuilding that engine.
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