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taking it to the mountains !

finally getting a chance to get away and ride ! will be close to DEALSGAP , so might even hit that ( been a while ). will post up pics when we get back.

zero gravity windscreen. reverse / gp shift/ -1 down front sprocket/ speedo drd corrector. bazzaz z-bomb yosh case/stem nut/ oil fill/hotbodies under tail, rideit blk. long levers , sato street hooks, intergrated smoke tail lite lens, HRC solo cowl,yosh carbon/carbon R-77 pipe.
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Re: taking it to the mountains !



Keep the shiny side up and don't end up on the Tree of Shame

This needs lots of pics and even some vids if you can!

Enjoy!
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well made it back all intact! never made it over to the gap, but plenty of roads to ride, never a straight road .had a problem with the go pro, but have a couple of pics to share.man there were some tight and tech. too long and sweepers.
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zero gravity windscreen. reverse / gp shift/ -1 down front sprocket/ speedo drd corrector. bazzaz z-bomb yosh case/stem nut/ oil fill/hotbodies under tail, rideit blk. long levers , sato street hooks, intergrated smoke tail lite lens, HRC solo cowl,yosh carbon/carbon R-77 pipe.

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Re: taking it to the mountains !

Nice trailer

Motorcycle Experience just did a road trip through that whole area and not a straight, boring road anywhere! Lucky you.
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oh, bout that trailer. it was a tilting one. first time using one , kinda hairy first time on/off.

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Re: taking it to the mountains !

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oh, bout that trailer. it was a tilting one. first time using one , kinda hairy first time on/off.
Wow, that would be cool! I could have used that when I first got my bike. The gate was a bit steep. However, being the first time I had ever even felt the weight of the bike, maybe a tilting one would have turned out to be my first lay-down!
I'm thinking about building a trailer from a ready-made frame. Never thought about tilting...need to look into those.
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