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    Todays Ride

    This morning took a short trip to Atchison, Kansas, birthplace of Amelia Earhart, haunted homes, and an abbey of Benedictine monks.
    (I better not ask Bluehole any questions about these photos, if I know what is good for me )
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    Mighty nice looking motorcycle there k75s, what is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by k75s View Post
    This morning took a short trip to Atchison, Kansas, birthplace of Amelia Earhart, haunted homes, and an abbey of Benedictine monks.
    (I better not ask Bluehole any questions about these photos, if I know what is good for me )


    "Amelia Earhart,"....can't help it, every time I hear her name I can't help but wonder what happened to her & Fred? What the [real] story is?

    Sorry, for going off topic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    Mighty nice looking motorcycle there k75s, what is it?
    Looks like one of those attractive school bus yellow/slate grey R1100S. Too bad that compared to the Pacific Blue variety they're so dang slow.

    Nice looking bike, Mr. Ferguson. I've always liked the "oil cooler exhaust vents" coming off the side of the tank.

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    That's quite a stylish bike Mr. Ferguson. Happens to be identical to my first Beemer...

    Quicksilver got me permanently hooked on the brand, it was a sweet ride.

    Cheers and welcome!
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    Welcome Jeff. A friend of mine has an R bike and he goes to some big annual R bike rally. I think it is in Ohio and is referred to as the Beakester Rally (or some name like that). I understand it is a reference to the front fender "beak". Maybe something you can check out...although that is a long ride from Nebraska.
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    Mighty nice looking motorcycle there k75s, what is it?
    Yeah. Keep poking the bear. Remember, you guys are still on double secret probation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    Yeah. Keep poking the bear. Remember, you guys are still on double secret probation.
    I have a bit of experience poking fun at the bear, formerly an assistant of Smokey!

    Got in a bit of trouble with the State Forester when he caught me doing "shuffle-off-to-Buffalo" dance routine in costume for the troops at lunch one day, he wasn't amused!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    Mighty nice looking motorcycle there k75s, what is it?
    NEVER ask that question. Actually, asking any kind of question on the Oilhead photo thread is very risky.
    2014 R1200 GSA (Property taxes & registration: $309), 1992 K75s (Property taxes & registration: $37), 2014 Honda VFR800 (OMG this is a fun bike!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by k75s View Post
    NEVER ask that question. Actually, asking any kind of question on the Oilhead photo thread is very risky.
    AMEN!
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    Scott, aka Motoyoyo, made a few dozen sets of those. That was a first or 2nd design run, there was at least one other re-design. Not better, just different. His set includes a much sturdier lower 3tree, You can find him on http://forums.pelicanparts.com/bmw-r...0s-tech-forum/
    Here's my Motoyoyo Triple Clamp on my R1100S. Don't know why the picture shows up twice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by festes View Post
    Here's my Motoyoyo Triple Clamp on my R1100S. Don't know why the picture shows up twice.
    I prefer the one on the right, but that's just me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by festes View Post
    Here's my Motoyoyo Triple Clamp on my R1100S.
    Seeing as you seem to have two of everything, I'll take your spare top clamp and your spare bar set backs. Where did you get those set backs, by the way?

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    They are from RapidDog on the pellican parts site.

    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/r1100...never-end.html

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