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Started in 2008 with Honda CB600F Hornet ...

 

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In 2009 I briefly went into the SM waters with KTM LC4 640 SM Prestige

 

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Then I went for a Kawasaki Z1000 in 2010 and sold it in 2011 when I lost my driving license for a few months because I was caught speeding ?

 

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And back to Honda once more, this time with CB1000R

 

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And in 2012 I've bought myself a BMW R1200GS, fitted Wilbers suspension with ESA

 

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in 2014 I had a crash with a BMW, some guy hit me from behind while stopping for intersection.

 

I've ended up in a hospital for a month, injured my left knee very badly and sold the bike to a friend.

The BMW was fine by the way, I just ordered used exhaust and used handlebar on ebay ... It's still on the road with about 100.000km on clock.

 

And this year I decided to start riding again.

In the past I had single cylinder bike, two cylinder boxer engine and a couple of inline fours.

Never had a triple, so I went for Yamaha Tracer 900 GT.

 

I like the bike very much, except shitty suspension, but I've ordered Ohlins cartridges and springs for the front end and rear fully adjustable shock.

 

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Now I need something also for the soft off-road and gravel roads and I like the new Tenere and I've already somehow decided to buy it and have two bikes in the garage.

 

Cheers

 

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TavisB

I dig the KTM ?

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On 11/5/2018 at 1:21 PM, TavisB said:

I dig the KTM ?

It was a mistake selling it as it was a really fun to ride.

Around the neighborhood of course. More than 100kms on that bike was literally pain in the ass ?

But it was a great hooligan bike especially with those twin akrapovic cans without dB killers ...      

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