Funny you should mention that.. .. I was thinking the same thing. Guess you'd have to know Chas Perethian to know for sure.That cut down RT fairing looks a lot like the old Rifle fairing of the early '80's.
"It is what you discover, after you know it all, that counts." _ John Wooden
1973 R75/5 - original owner
From November 4, 2011
Port Arthur, Tx. I'm out n' about the gulf coast at the moment.
Go a little further south to the Sabine Pass Battleground. Civil War site. See the statue of Lt. Dick Dowling. Battle was a rare Confederate victory in the Civil War in the western theater.
Took my R80G/S Dakar out for a 700k (500mile) day ride a few weeks back
Out with some mates on modern bikes.
Sydney Australia # 63592
I'm not a complete idiot -- Some parts are missing
1980 BMW R80 G/S, 1985 BMW R80 G/S Dakar, R90/6 (90/5) Project, R65LS Resto
good to see photos from down under, we had snow! this morning in s/w ontario,hoping it goes away soon, not ready to stop riding this season ,Jimmy
I said no more airheads! Certainly no more sixes!
I couldn't help myself. This Monza Blue R60 sat for years in a nice dry warehouse amongst Jaguars, MG 's, Studebakers and every other old car that you can think of. This guy was an obsessive collector. I could see right through the layer of dust that this one was low mileage and had been in good care.
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1980 R100T (Gilera), 1982 R100RT (Toad), 1975 R60/6 (cern?ícalo)
Adventures at the Cave
You would have been daft to pass that one up. Like when I found my 75 this summer...Just went by on a whim to 'take a look'...And it followed me home.
Steve in Santa Fe
96' Triumph Trophy
Newest member of the herd. I will be using it as a tug for a sidecar rig.