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    How to park you HOG in San Jose de Minas, Ecuador


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    1973 Triumph Daytona 500
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    This photo was taken in late April 2002 (I can't believe that it was really that long ago!). My airhead riding buddy and I were on our way to the Georgia Mountain Rally - we had been riding through rain and fog along the Blue Ridge Parkway for most of the day (not as fun as you might think!). But I was quite dry. Alas, I wore that same Kilimanjaro Jacket this fall while riding my K75S to the RA Rally in Arkansas. It rained very hard on the first day and I got soaked - so the jacket was tossed when I got to the rally and I got another jacket. The Triumph Tiger is a neat bike - sort of like the K75 meets the GS. Also, I learned that Triumph's hard bags are not water tight (all of my BMW hard bags have been water tight). I quickly learned the advantage of packing clothes in a plastic bag when using the Tiger hard bags.
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    Did a trade the other day for one of our K bikes. Had ridden one for a short run about a year ago and thought

    66HP from a 330 lb. Thumper

    The first words from H's mouth as she flipped her helmet open was " THIS IS AWESOME!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    Did a trade the other day for one of our K bikes. Had ridden one for a short run about a year ago and thought

    66HP from a 330 lb. Thumper

    The first words from H's mouth as she flipped her helmet open was " THIS IS AWESOME!"

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    I believe I read in one of the M/C rags that the H/D 1584 cc "96" in big twin develops 68 HP & weighs something north of 750 lbs........jus-sayin'
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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    Did a trade the other day for one of our K bikes. Had ridden one for a short run about a year ago and thought

    66HP from a 330 lb. Thumper

    The first words from H's mouth as she flipped her helmet open was " THIS IS AWESOME!"

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    BTW...that is a KTM ? What model ?.......I like it
    Ron Prior {AMA member 30+ years,MOA member 20+years}
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    I just completed my latest addition to my adventure choices.








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    Quote Originally Posted by 71243 View Post
    BTW...that is a KTM ? What model ?.......I like it
    2014 690 Duke...not the most subtle color compared to all our Beemers



    And nice Enduro GSteve...a little KTM'n not a bad thing
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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    2014 690 Duke...not the most subtle color compared to all our Beemers



    And nice Enduro GSteve...a little KTM'n not a bad thing

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    2014 690 Duke...not the most subtle color compared to all our Beemers



    And nice Enduro GSteve...a little KTM'n not a bad thing


    Well yeah but ! The color gives it "pop"
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    KTM has quite a story behind it. Grab the John Penton story (DVD) and you can learn about them

    Nice bikes Steve and Steve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    KTM has quite a story behind it. Grab the John Penton story (DVD) and you can learn about them

    Nice bikes Steve and Steve.
    OM
    This bike takes you back to the first time you rode a higher horsepower bike in your teens. I have had a stupid grin on my face the past few days. The K12S was expected to getty up and very predictable...this thumper takes you up on the fun meter every upshift

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    There's another brand in there...

    ... and it's an '07 ZX-14. I take that one out when I want to be reminded what it's like to...
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    Current rides: '76 R90S, '78 R100RS Motorsport, 07 Kawasaki ZX-14... and '65 427SC Shelby Cobra... does not play well with the two wheelers

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