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    SHOW US PICTURES OF YOUR GS 650

    This was the first one I owned.
    Fitted with Remus exhaust, K&N, Renthal bars.
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    This is my current 650, Chris Emmerson's ex Dakar Rallye bike, fitted with just about everything
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    Definitely Johnnyboxer syndrome

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    Quote Originally Posted by forry View Post
    Definitely Johnnyboxer syndrome
    I'm cured................I had to sell the Airhead GS to recover fully

    Now I just post pics of bog standard Vans.............not tricked up ones like yours
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Me wobbling around the Red Kite '06. Rode the Lands End trial Fri and Sat then up to Llandovery for the rally.
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    Hopefully soon the Dakar will live again after too long languishing in the garage


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    mines the red one!

    this pic is nearly a year old & not much scenery but she gets a bit camera shy...


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    The FL, my first one.

    This was my first "new" bike.

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    here's mine!

    At its happiest - covered in muck!

    (Never offroaded, raced or dropped )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakar Gal View Post
    At its happiest - covered in muck!

    (Never offroaded, raced or dropped )
    Nice shot Orla always good to see the girls showing the boys how to do it

    :eyesdown:eyesdown:eyesdown:eyesdown


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    Some of my 2006 Dakar..........






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    One of the local lanes near me

    or, my bike wearing a twat suit



    That was taken at hermatige (sp?) castle in scotland, not far from tibbie sheils inn

    On that trip my mate proved that touring on a 748 is possible, (if you have a mate with panniers) But doing more than 350 miles in a day is a nono

    First day 370 miles, upto loch long

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timolgra View Post
    This is my current 650, Chris Emmerson's ex Dakar Rallye bike, fitted with just about everything
    is that the one off flea bay the other month?

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    Not strictly a GS650

    OK, it`s not strictly a GS650 but pretty darned close I`d say!! I bought it of Bakes Dad and it`s so good, I`ll leave it as standard unless anyone has some good cans that will fit
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    Well here's mine... but I guess you've seen it before

    First piccie taken in the Gobi Desert... I promised it a new coat of paint if she got me home safe. It did so I gave her a new coat of paint



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    I had some fun on this, loved it (might get another):
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    '06 HP2 E...................2006 - 2014
    '02 R1150 GS Adv........2004 - 2006
    '01 F650 GS Dakar.......2001 - 2004
    '91 R100 GS...............1995 - 1999
    '83 R80 G/S...............1986 - 1993
    '81 R80 G/S...............1982 - 1985

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    Here's mine that I had before I bought the HP2. My first bike (not counting the DT50 I had when I was 16 ), First shot was from what turned out to be a rather soft bottomed puddle on the Plain:

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    And here's one from the local lanes by me:
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    I don't have the heart to sell it -I'm far too sentimental
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