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    Adventure & Dual Sport

    Post up your photos of off-pavement riding, bikes, etc... The adventure begins where the pavement ends!

    My Triumph Scrambler 900, very cool bike:






    Loaded up for a few days of wandering Montana, Idaho & Washington back roads:




    Guy

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    Cool bike!
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    Great stuff as usual Guy. I must say I have this thing for old tin-roofed buildings so that was my favorite but they are all really good.
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    What year is your bike? It reminds me of an old Honda SL 175 I had back in the 70's. Great shots too.
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    Thanks guys. That's a 2006 Triumph 900. It looked so good, most of the photos I shot of it came out great. Very nice parallel twin, air cooled. The fit & finish on it was excellent I thought. I owned it for 3 years and 12,000 miles then found I was doing more and more long days and wanted more range, as well as more rider/passenger comfort. Still, it was a very good bike and I do not regret owning it at all. Miss it a little still, time to time.

    Made the move to the 2009 Suzuki 650 V-Strom, a liquid cooled, fuel injected V-Twin. Put 12,000 miles on it in two seasons. It's nowhere near as cool as the Triumph, but is all around more capable and "better" for me and what I do. The little 650 makes more power, and get wonderful fuel economy. Nearly 6 gallon fuel capacity, and I've sometimes broken 60 mpg. Here it is on a week-long tour of the central Oregon backcountry. Camping and doing a little fly fishing.

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    Last edited by M700; 05-01-2013 at 03:35 AM. Reason: KTM 990, a buddy who rides hard & shoots straight

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    This is my dual sport rideimage.jpg
    This is the bike I started with. A 2007 XR650L
    Added a rack, a much bigger tank, replaced the taillight,
    It already had a jet kit as well as aftermarket exhaust.
    image.jpgu
    Should be taking it in shortly for More dirt friendly tires
    before to long.

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    Now That's a Dual Sport!

    Love those big Honda thumpers. A buddy has one, and it just won't break. He's tried. Repeatedly!
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