The DRZ 400 is better than the DR350.
But, probably a modern, simple, light and cheap DR350 would have a market for sure.
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- Mon May 20, 2019 8:13 am
- Forum: TRAVEL
- Topic: North America, First and Second.
- Replies: 133
- Views: 2836
Thanks for posting! Are you both on GS800's? What are your main reasons for choosing a GS800 for your travels? Have you made the right decision? I shipped my GSA800 over to the States in 2016 and thought it was the perfect bike for my 8000 mile trip. Just a service before I left the UK, an oil chang...
This feeds in to a hot debate on Thumpertalk about the user readiness of brand new enduro bikes. One school of thought says that any bike bought brand new from a dealership should be absolutely ready and prepared for its intended purpose without any further work on the part of the customer. In othe...
- Mon May 06, 2019 9:15 am
- Forum: MEETS & RUNS
- Topic: And The 'MODS' have it !... (still)
- Replies: 7
- Views: 644
Iconic British youth fashion/cultural scene of the 60's. Enjoyed a mass revival in the 80's, but for some it's always been around. I think it's a great look and the scooters are fantastic. I bet they all voted for Brexit. I had a Vespa and a Lambretta in the 80's, alongside some four cylinder Kawasa...
- Thu Apr 25, 2019 8:34 am
- Forum: ADVENTURE BIKE RIDER
- Topic: Did you buy your bike new or used? Why?
- Replies: 33
- Views: 1909
Surely the key to this is budget? If money weren't an issue, surely we'd all buy new? Sort of......Even if you've got a healthy budget and you could easily afford a new bike, the savings to be had buying a nearly new ultra low mileage bike can very attractive. With the growth of PCP's the secondhan...
Thanks Chaps. I don't think I'll be doing much in the way of motorcycle travel this year as well. Time and money tied up in the build. I'm down to just my DRZ 400e and my CCM GP 450. I've got a big year ahead with the oakframed garage, landscaping, exterior wall, flagging, extending my workshop and ...
Taking inspiration from daveuprite's "Falling Over" post, in which he shows his handy work with the reconstruction of his storage facility.....I thought it would be interesting for us to show "before" and "after" photos of our projects. Ideally these would be bike related, but not exclusively bike r...
Anyway, isn't it a bit of a poor argument to just tell those who hate a certain program/channel or whatever to simply 'turn over then'. Isn't it better that people are encouraged to criticize things when they are crap in the hope that the quality improves? Better surely than directing people to tur...
- Sat Mar 02, 2019 10:32 am
- Forum: GREEN LANES, TRAILS and OFF-ROAD
- Topic: Request to identify two riders. Heild Lane, Cheshire.
- Replies: 21
- Views: 2278
Greetings, I have received a request from Cheshire Police for assistance to identify the two riders shown in the attached photos. It is alleged that they had been riding on the fields aside of Heild Lane and when challenged rode at the farmer. If this is true then it is another piece of ammunition ...