I am looking for a "do it all" bike, to replace the Transalp (London ULEZ has kiboshed it's use) and the R1200RT.
I am looking at the Vstrom 650, the Tracer 700 or the NC750X
I have ridden the NC750X recently and it was good. I rode the VStrom a while back, but can't remember anything about...
dunno if this works on all bikes.. but I had it on my R1200 GSA, for connecting from the head-stock power connection to the cradle of my Garmin Zumo
30 euro posted (to Ireland or UK) . Payment by Paypal (gift option please)
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I can vouch that this is a really well looked after bike that has wanted for nothing.
Well, I have been looking and reading and looking, gone for Honda 700 NC, 750 NC and for some strange reason, I am seriously looking at R1200 GS.
Not new, I hasten to add, that would definately mean divorce.
So, any hints and tips about buying a GS, what to look out for ect.
Not a new thread, I just want confirmation from experience: Can I use a post 2005 Yamaha R1's 50Amp Regulator/Rectifier for my 2001 AT? If so, does it need heavy modifications to the connectors and fitment?
looking for a 1998 Yamaha R1,
sub 25000 miles
very good/clean condition
I am willing to travel for the right bike, so if anyone has or knows of one...........not the £10k one on ebay! oh dear - sick of seeing it!
thanks for looking
Just got my first XR,its a 400 on a Y plate(2001)hopefully be able to pick up a few tips from you lot regarding my new purchase
Had bikes for as long as i can remember,currently have two R1`s,one for the road,and one for the track,and now this
Does anyone on here have any experience of the Kawasaki GTR1400, I'm thinking 2008/9 and onwards?
Handling, performance, maintenance, running costs, picking the giant whale up off the floor, re-sale value etc?