shame there were no donuts though at MaccyDees.
Smashing, that would be great. Just to the fixed point, I accept I’ll probably have to take the screen off. Who said Spurs fans weren’t helpfulI’m home tomorrow pm mate be glad to, although mine has a touring screen on if that’s any good.
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That does look fantastic in that colourI was on the road this morning at 7.30 and headed off to Clitheroe along the A59, I had a bimble around all sorts of little backroads and ended up at Slaidburn for breakfast. One sausage barmcake and a mug of coffee later I set off for Dunsop Bridge and the 'Trough of Bowland', making my way towards Bleasdale, Inglewhite, Preston and home along the A59. Have now got 199 miles on the clock. I'm loving every minute of this bike, I can't understand there being a couple for sale on the forum with such low mileages. It's an excellent machine, I particularly like the riding position and the handling - so much better than my T120.
I stopped for a couple of photgraphs at my usual places, looking onto the Hodder Valley and over to Morecambe Bay (as you can see I'm Giles when it comes to phtography)
That’s great Off to measure my FE350 as that rides straight in and it’s significantly taller than a 790 ADVHere's how my V85 measures g00ner.
On side stand, 57" to top of the touring shield.
Upright, 56" to top of the shield.
Upright w/o shield, 55" to top of mirrors.
Upright w/o shield, and mirrors off, 49.5".
Thanks Clifton. I’ve got a decent trailer but parking it outside services always had ne worrying it and the bike might not be there when I came back out…plus the van gives me somewhere to Kip on overnightersThe shield is easily removed with just 4 bolts and the mirrors just like most any other bike. You might lower another inch deflating the tyres. If that doesn't work maybe a small trailer? https://www.kendonusa.com/collectio...e-rail-ride-up-srl-folding-motorcycle-trailer
That would make a nice combo. I can't see ever selling my V85TT, well unless I were to replace it with a new one. The bike is easy to live with and just works well doing most everything. If they get the new Stelvio right I could see myself trading the Cali 1400 on one but I'll keep a V85TT as well..... one the last air-cooled motorcycles.I'm seriously considering buying a Guardia de'onore. Spelling? Love my V100 mandello s , but missing the V85. I know, I know, There is something seriously wrong with me. This would be my 5th new V85. I will be keeping the V100.
They are lovely, as you know, Wrinkley......I'm seriously considering buying a Guardia de'onore. Spelling? Love my V100 mandello s , but missing the V85. I know, I know, There is something seriously wrong with me. This would be my 5th new V85. I will be keeping the V100.