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Cruizin

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Cruizin

Somebody posted these on ADVrider.  Looks like their camera date is wrong but they posted these live from the Intermot show. 

Piggyback dual piston rear shock with a hydraulic preload adjuster! HELL YEAH! 

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NRWhiteKnight

Nice shots.

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krucymucy

Date is OK. In Europe the date is in DD/MM/YYYY format.

Not the wrong way like in the US MM/DD/YYYY ?

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T700
15 hours ago, krucymucy said:

Date is OK. In Europe the date is in DD/MM/YYYY format.

Not the wrong way like in the US MM/DD/YYYY ?

Same as Australia, we drive on  the correct side of the road too ????

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krucymucy

At least you converted to metric system ?

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TavisB

Think it'll be the same on the production bike?

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NRWhiteKnight

I think the shock might end up being a little different, maybe with a remote reservoir instead. I'm not so sure the Brembo's will make it though. Maybe Nissin?

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Cruizin

I still expect there to be two versions of this bike, maybe not at first but down the road a bit. 

There are two kinds of ADV riders. 

1. The most popular are the ones who never really go offroad, but take occasional pics in gravel parking lots. 

2. Those of us who go offroad, prefer off road, buy knobby tires and ride dirt short cuts when commuting to work.  

These two kinds of riders require two different kinds of bikes.  

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On ‎10‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 5:01 PM, Cruizin said:

*snip* 

2. Those of us who go offroad, prefer off road, buy knobby tires and ride dirt short cuts when commuting to work.  

These two kinds of riders require two different kinds of bikes.   

God this makes me miss my old KLR 650.  I used to commute to work and bypass a busy side road and two very busy intersections by turning into a gas station, ride around back and up the hill into the tree line and come out of the tree line at the top of the hill behind my work building, right down into the parking lot.

 

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