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10-08-2015, 05:11 PM
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Yup, I like bikes. Especially Moto Guzzi.

01-08-2016, 06:01 PM
1999 Kawasaki drifter 800cc39985

04-23-2016, 12:09 PM
Last summer at Glacier National Park, on my Vstrom 1000. I have three other bikes, Triumph, Harley, & another Suzuki.

Mirror Finish
04-30-2016, 09:23 AM
To add to my 1st post (http://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/motorcycle-care/11779-lets-hear-our-motorcycle-owners-13.html#post642246) and 2nd post (http://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/motorcycle-care/11779-lets-hear-our-motorcycle-owners-17.html#post927149) on this thread, I just added another BMW, GS, this time a new 2016 BMW R1200 GS Adventure to my stables.

My stables now have a 1986 BMW R80 G/S Paris Dakar undergoing restoration, a 1990 BMW R100 GS in mint condition, a 2003 BMW R1150 GS Adventure (for my European and Alps tours) and now a new 2016 BMW R1200 GS Adventure. You can't beat this style of motorcycle for road and rider comfort with many thousand mile days all at the speed limit (makes for a longer riding day) and with a stock seat. All of them stock and original with a quiet exhaust.

Company photo till I take delivery...

Actually, my 2004 BMW R1150 GS Adventure shown in the 1st post was written off my an idiot car driver who was on his cell phone but then all drivers on cell phones are ass-holes in my books. Luckily I was stopped in traffic as the inbred hit me, so I can still claim an over 40 years accident-free driving record.

So I shipped my 2003 BMW R1150 GS Adventure that I also had, overseas to replace the 2004 that was written off...

2003 BMW R1150 GS Adventure on Passo Gavia, Northern Italy...

zx10r Elle
04-30-2016, 10:30 AM
Mr Mirror Finish,

Ah a good old beemer-phile. They are great tourers. What, no pics of the R80? The R100 looks nice and clean, well done sir.


Mirror Finish
10-20-2016, 04:28 AM
Mr Mirror Finish,

Ah a good old beemer-phile. They are great tourers. What, no pics of the R80? The R100 looks nice and clean, well done sir.


As purchased years ago. It'll get a restoration and all back to stock (it had an aftermarket exhaust) when I get some time.


As for the new GS (now four of those in my stables), what a machine, even if I ignore all of the high-tech crap (fuel infection, ABS, etc) that vehicles come with these days. If there is one thing I look for in any two or four wheeled vehicle, it is range. I hate stopping to fill up and this one is good for 600 kms (over 370 miles) between gas stations.