|10-25-2013, 10:52 AM||#436|
Joined: Jul 2013
Location: We're sending help, Mrs. Fletcher!
Well you asked for it...
Here's Amy on her new wheels! We've gone out a few times now and she keeps coming back with an ear to ear grin, so I guess she likes it
It's an '82 Yamaha Virago 750
Heading to the mecca that is Revzilla in Philadelphia this coming Wednesday to get her the rest of her gear. Should be fun if my wallet doesn't spontaneously combust.
I'm actually looking forward to the future cafe racer that her bike will become once she finds her adventure bike next spring It's totally different and kinda fun to ride, in its own way.... It feels like you're going fast when you hit 45mph.....the speedo only goes to 80mph
"you opened your mind so far, your brains fell out"
Current: '13 Tiger 800 XC, '09 Subi WRX, '11 405hp Sti (wifey's) Past: '74 Honda CB 360, '81 Yamaha 650 Special II, '01 Bandit 1200S, '07 Bandit 1250S
|10-25-2013, 12:06 PM||#437|
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Back Home Wintery Ottawa, Bleh!!
Permanent Instrument fix?
Hey Guys...this is waaaaaay to late and a bit off topic at this point but thought I'd send it your way regardless.
I was browsing some Spiegler Speedo's for a build Im planning and came across this:
Not sure if Im reading the description right, but it sounds as though this handy little gadget would enable you to do away with that proprietary Instrument panel on the XC800.
Anyways....Travel safe...Stutgart looked awesome! Have a blast in Thailand...hit up the gulf instead of the westcoast if you've not been before....way less built up and somewhat less seedy....relatively speaking LOL! ;)
2011 990 ADV
2000 996 SPS (SOLD)
2002 748E Bip
2003 Honda Hornet 600 (SOLD)
1969 BSA Royal Star - Let the Resurrection Begin!
|11-27-2013, 02:55 PM||#438|
Joined: Nov 2006
Location: Epping. Just south of the sticks.
I've only just discovered your ride report so you've probably been and gone again, but if not and there is anything we can do for you whilst in Melbourne (airport pick up, accommodation, garage space, whatever) let me know.
I've had a blast riding along with you both so it's the least I can do
|11-28-2013, 07:53 PM||#440|
Joined: Mar 2005
What an adventure!!
Wow, an amazing adventure. Thank you for taking the time to share with us.
From me, thank you for choosing a Wolfman Explorer Lite for your journey.
|Yesterday, 09:34 PM||#441|
Joined: Jan 2007
Location: Wide Bay, Queensland, Australia
G'day Craig and Patti,
Where the hell are you? Where is the bike? When are you coming up this way for a beer?
I've often thought that
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