I sold my beloved XR650 supermoto a few years ago and got the chance to buy it back last year, all good you may think? Turns out the guy i sold it to could never start it so it just sat in his garage for 5 years without ever turning a wheel! Such a waste! Anyhoo.. after getting my baby back i...
I need some advice from the good folk on the forum
I got myself into some deep water today and drowned my Alp :(:(:(
Can any one advise as to the corect procedure to dry her out what to look for bits to check etc.
any help will be greatfully received.
Hi folks I have fitted a starcom 1 to my Alp and am very happy with the performance. However I keep bending the flimsy pins on the mini DIN plugs:cussing: does anyone know if I can fit a simple single pin and jack socket connector to alleviate this problem.
Hi folks first post from a prospective TransAlp owner. Im thinking of buying a 650 TransAlp with a view to doing some 2 up touring next year so firstly is the Alp up to a trip down the Rhine valey 2 up carrying a fortnights supply of knick's and sock's. Secondly other than luggage racks what...
After a bit of advice please - after getting the XR600R "just right" I've realised it either needs to be shorter or I need to be longer. So after much thought I have decided it's not 100% for me.
No Idea what it is worth - Very good condition with the following extras
Due to a change at work,I now need a commuter,so my XR's got to go :(
Its a '97 on an R.The whole bike has been rebuilt,but there is an electrical fault I haven't got the time/patience/test equipment to sort though I'm sure it's the ignition coil.
new bits as follows :
Has anyone got some leather/biker trousers with a 32 inch waist (min) and inside leg of 28 inches. Boots size 9 or 10 as well.
My son is desperate to escape residential school in Boldre at the weekends and travel the roads of the New forest and surrounding areas.
We are not...
I did some riding in and around Big Bend National Park this last week. As usual, I had a great time. I take a bike and a spare. Good thing too, this year I broke one of them. Here are the players:
I had put the GS together early last summer, gone on a few shakedown rides and basically abused...
It's not cheap at £330 from Woody's Importarium (plus delivery) but it's gorgeous and should last being stainless. The guy who makes these is a craftsman. Lovely welds and everything lined up perfectly.
Dealing with Mike at Woodys was hassle free.
Fitting was simple and does not require the...