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Biker photogs

stolzy 12 3.8k 7
11 Nov 2007 10:17PM
I was just watching Long Way Round, wondered if there were other biker photographers on here.
Whats your ride?
Me? BMW R1150GS Adv

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v8dunc 11 333 4 Scotland
11 Nov 2007 10:38PM
Fj1200,1955 Norton wideline with a 1000cc yam V-twin squeezed into it,owned to many more to list

Cheers Duncan
Camairish 12 1.4k Scotland
11 Nov 2007 11:14PM
Triumph Bonneville T100 (2007)
Westers 13 3.9k 1 Burkina Faso
11 Nov 2007 11:21PM
GSXR-600, road.

(Ex) CBR 600 race bike.
CathyT 12 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2007 11:23PM
Kawasaki ZXR 636.....pillion... Wink

Evening Ian....
looboss 11 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2007 11:26PM
Suzuki GT 750 was mine
Also had a Yamaha XS 750
First one was an Yamaha FS1 E Wink
Westers 13 3.9k 1 Burkina Faso
11 Nov 2007 11:33PM

G'night. Wink Smile
11 Nov 2007 11:45PM
I race a Honda CRF450 motocross bike...
EPZSam 11 426 1 England
12 Nov 2007 7:53AM
Hopefully a C90 next year, when I get my licence Smile

Andy80F 15 327 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2007 9:05AM
Just got myself an 1150GS Adventure (like Stolzy), it's got every extra the previous owner could have fitted including intercom, GPS, two way radio ABS, full pannier set and had only done 13000 miles in it's five year life so is almost pristine. Stuffed my previous bike, a 650GS Dakar up a tree a couple of months ago.
Kris_Dutson 15 8.2k 1 England
12 Nov 2007 1:17PM
Sold my Vmax a while back; not replaced it yet.

Started my togging doing bike racing back in the early eighties.
john64 Plus
13 824 England
12 Nov 2007 1:35PM
Honda CBR600
ahollowa 14 1.1k England
12 Nov 2007 1:41PM
Ducati ST4S

The list of pre owned runs to about 30.

The Ducati would be the best of all if it wasn't for the dry clutch!!!! slips like bu££ery.


bikerbob 16 179
12 Nov 2007 7:51PM
I only use my pensioners special, 650cc. 1957 BSA Gold Flash restored 11years ago only goes out on nice sunny days when there is no risk of rain. Always owned and ridden British bikes never ridden anything remotely modern they all have the gear lever on the wrong side go far too fast and do not make a nice noise, also the BSA vibrates nicely and keeps you awake.
Danny_Peters 11 159 England
12 Nov 2007 11:47PM
Honda CBF1000 rigged up as a pocket tourer with hard luggage. Love it.

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