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Old 03-31-2013, 12:48 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by gsd4me View Post
That looks a lot like a Continental RB2. Those were the days; no need for any dual sport type bike for a world tour. Just load the roadie up, maybe slap on some aggressive tread tires, and off you go.
Unless my memory is totally shot, it's a Goodyear DT. Photo taken at Juliaca in Peru. We had ridden up from Arequipa, dirt roads all the way, approx 300 Km, took 13 hours, snow at the top at around 16,000 ft. The reason why the bike had no front mudguard was that it had clogged up on a muddy stretch of road and locked up the front wheel. 2 up with camping gear. I later sold the bike in Bolivia for over $5000, about twice what I had paid for the bike.
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