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Hi Andrew, nice to see you are alive and kicking. I can recommend the r1200r if you want sporty. I suggest a test ride. Currently it is the sportiest boxer in production. It will also do two up, carry luggage and has traditional roadster looks now it has lost that bulky front end that the telelever ...
I noticed that when the sun is up the screen on the nav 5 is hard to read. This is due to the funny angle of the factory fit mount. It is something I can live with but it could be better. Anyone else experienced this and done anything to improve the experience?
- Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:22 pm
- Forum: Boxerpix
- Topic: DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMANS RIDE - 2018
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I would like to do that, (not go to Peterborough) but I fear I would not get past scrutineering no matter how I dressed up!dave the german wrote:one of the guys from my last years tour did the same thing in Peterborough
Tough luck Dave. Wish I could have something positive to say to help you guys, are your bikes standard? have they been fitted with after market fuelling gizmo`s? Chris Completely standard - does have an Akrapovic but that is a BMW accessory. Tick over and pick up were the best they've ever been whe...
- Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:10 pm
- Forum: Days Out
- Topic: *** Welsh Weekend 2019 *** - IS LIVE
- Replies: 67
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Sorry Steve, can not make it. We are booked for Maderia. Not a Saga holiday I may add. Chris. No probs Chris, see you next time :D Hopefully, we anticipated a late April Wales but strictly speaking Amanda booked the Madeira thing. I absolutely hate holiday destination flying. Wish you had stuck wit...
Thanks Ian, that is jolly decent of you. Hope you two had a fab time as we did! I picked up a speeding ticket in Spain ( toll money avoided in Portugal now spent elsewhere!) they kindly had it waiting for me when I arrived home today!!! Great postal service! My shoulder ache is industry related and ...
Buy a GS? :wink: May Hades devour me first! Funnily enough Blackal has offered me a spreadsheet to monitor my bike change spasms. I think the rs and old scrapper full on tourer are pos 1 and 2. We are up in Marvao, north of Portalgre and Estromoz, another amazing hill top fortified republic. The su...
hi lads, in Tariva , our last of 7 nights at the very good Maria Lounge hotel, Adults only, sadly not a swingers cottage, can recommend this gaff and resort. We had a boring and hot ride out to Seville for an amazing religious festival in Triana district, we nearly booked in for the night but on rea...
Ok, no big deal considering I can do two of them in 11 mins. However with wifey on board and negotiating France in two nights with all its storms and rain and carnage and death on the A10 we are now in Portugal. Riding through France was not by choice a matter of fact that the ferries are booked up ...
Why ask? have you found a rogue bb kicking about your shed? My initial thought was keep bleeding and get rid of microbubbles!hooperman wrote:Just had a terrifying thought. Is there a ball bearing behind the clutch push rod?
- Sun Sep 16, 2018 11:10 pm
- Forum: Boxertech
- Topic: How long is a modern Beemer designed to last ?
- Replies: 16
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I agree with a lot of what you're all saying and I'm probably not expressing myself very well, what I'm interested in is not so much what can go wrong ( of course that's part of it though ) , I'm interested in when the engineers expect the bike to "wear out" or to reach the end of it's us...