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Thread: Heavy Metal around Mongolia and Central Asia

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    Now winters arrived I'll have another read of this Did Tim and the trucker keep in touch it would be a shame if they drifted apart

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    just finished re-reading.... brilliant report of an amazing trip.

    thanks for taking the time to write it.
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    This is really great stuff. I love pictures such these.

    It makes so much fun to look at them.

    Furthermore there are great memories.

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    I knew I shouldn't have read this.......

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    I knew I shouldn't have read this.......
    Well now you have Mark and I still want a pic of those panniers in Mongolia

    Great to meet you yesterday, we'll catch up again.
    KEA

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    Brilliant ride report which I've thoroughly enjoyed reading. A question for you please Tim.

    If you were to do it again would you do it on an 1150 or 1200 or something lighter like your 640 or a 690? Does the comfort on the road of the bigger bike outweigh the benefits of a smaller bike off road? I guess it depends on how much off road you do but I'm still curious especially as I rode my 690 to Mongolia over the course of 2 months via the Stans before flying it back. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDG View Post
    Brilliant ride report which I've thoroughly enjoyed reading. A question for you please Tim.

    If you were to do it again would you do it on an 1150 or 1200 or something lighter like your 640 or a 690? Does the comfort on the road of the bigger bike outweigh the benefits of a smaller bike off road? I guess it depends on how much off road you do but I'm still curious especially as I rode my 690 to Mongolia over the course of 2 months via the Stans before flying it back. Cheers.
    Aha the $100 question

    I rarely use a GS for trips these days, now I'd use either the 640 adv or quite likely my 950SE.
    KEA

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