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So where's the Africa Twin gone then?
I can't see it on the Honda website?
 
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Tikka said:
Honda doesn't offer the AT anymore. 2004 was the last year in the Netherlands
........Sniff..........Sniff...................... :(

this coke is great.................
 

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Yes, but there will be a 900 cc version next year with hydraulic front wheel drive, standard GPS, 92 cm seat height and pneumatic fuel pump.















Yes, nothing wrong with this coke :lol:
 

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Yes, but there will be a 900 cc version next year with hydraulic front wheel drive, standard GPS, 92 cm seat height and pneumatic fuel pump.

Yes, nothing wrong with this coke :lol:
Dream machine! I want one now! :twisted: Sounds like the first production bike with a front wheel drive. :!:

Where did you hear about this one? Have you got any pictures/tech data?
 

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Oh POO!
I always liked them and only got a Transalp coz I was told that an AT would probably be too much for a beginner, but I intended to move up to one in the future. My first experience on a bike ever was pillion in Crete, fantastic - its probably what the only reason I have a bike now.
So why did they can it? Is the Transalp next?
Sad Chucky
 

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kiroh said:
robelst said:
Sorry, was just day dreaming :oops:
You evel man! :evil:
I was checking my bank accounts to see if I can afford a new AT...
Sorry, I thought the "pneumatic fuelpump" would give it away immediately :p

Hydraulic front wheel drive is not a dream, seems Yamaha has (or may soon introduce) an off-road with this system. It is actually a 2 wheel drive, the rear wheel is still the main one.

We can always hope Honda remembers the AT concept and picks it up again. Meanwhile, caravan-owners can always opt for the Varadero ;)
 

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There is a company here in holland that builds 2 wheel drive system for all bikes. He says he can make 1 for a AT. To expensive for the moment but a nice idea
 
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