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    Post a picture of your oilhead

    OK, so why should the guys on Kbikes and airheads have all the fun?

    I'll start. The RS.

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    Gotta love the Oilheads!
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    Mt. St. Helens 25-Years Later

    My August '05 trip up Windy Ridge Road, Mt. St. Helens National Park

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    At Arches at dawn. That's Rob Nye's Adv in the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PacWestGS View Post
    My August '05 trip up Windy Ridge Road, Mt. St. Helens National Park

    What a beautiful shot. What a magnificent mountain and a gorgeous bike.


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    Windy Ridge is very cool. There's often a herd or two or elk in the distance, too. They love the browse that's grown since the eruption,

    Here's one from last summer; hiked above the parking lot.

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    Same area, view of Mt. Adams.

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    We had a Club ride to Windy Ridge earlier in the summer. Yeah, it was summer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandarin View Post
    What a beautiful shot. What a magnificent mountain and a gorgeous bike.
    There's a flash from the past: 2005. PacWestGS, formerly known as SF Doc. I see his last post was in 2011. Where are they all now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkF

    That is a great looking ride, Mark. I like the fairing, and the match looks great. Classic style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lorazepam
    That is a great looking ride, Mark. I like the fairing, and the match looks great. Classic style.
    Ditto! That's a work of art and a great fairing solution for a naked bike without detractig from it's character . Really nice !!! That bike is a keeper.

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    Thanks guys.

    I'm amazed that after the R90S and R100S success that
    BMW didn't at least offer an S fairing option on the R1100R
    and R1150R. I still have my hopes for the R1200R.
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    Me and the R1100RT

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    Gotta love the Oilheads!
    This is a pic from the day I picked it up at Bob's BMW in MD. This is my first oil head. I thought of myself as an Airhead for years riding a R80/7 then a R100RT but now I'll never go back. I love this bike. I put a little over 10,000 miles on it in the first year.
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