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Old 12-28-2012, 03:30 AM   #1
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A 2006 Suzuki S83 Boulevard formerly known as a Suzuki VS1400 Intruder. Should take a new pic of this one as many modifications have been made





My 2007 Suzuki DL650 aka a Wee Strom & that's me in the pic with my buddy's 2011 Yamaha Super Tenere. The Strom now has Jesse Aluminium side cases & the stock windshield

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Old 02-05-2013, 03:02 PM   #2
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MY two mistresses,

Good to see others that have two different types of bikes. My choices, a Vic Vision, and Kawi KLR650 boh '08 s.
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:00 PM   #3
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How do you get your Vision to stand on the front wheel like that??
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:29 PM   #4
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Good to see others that have two different types of bikes. My choices, a Vic Vision, and Kawi KLR650 boh '08 s.
Two nice machines Have a cpl friends with Victory motorcycles and know many with the venerable KLR

I like my 07 Strom, but the Intruder is my true love. Picked it up used with only 512 miles on the odo on a 6 yr old motorcycle. Having a toy hauler means I won't have to choose between riding the bike(s) and camping now.
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Nice rides! I know I won't be giving up my Boulevard M50 anytime soon, no matter how much my Harley buddies make fun of me. It was 3x cheaper than most Harleys and its paid for! Think spring...
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:21 PM   #6
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How do you get your Vision to stand on the front wheel like that??

MUST BE:
SUPERLATIVE rider skills?? Clearly not good computer skills LOL Sorry about the pic orientation, strange because it opens normally in my computer.

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If you guys have a Ride 4 Kids ride near you (about 40 across the US), I encourage you to check it out! They ride for/raise money for kids with brain rumors. They get local kids to come out and be the "stars". It's an amazing ride and joyous for the families involved.
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SUPERLATIVE rider skills?? Clearly not good computer skills LOL Sorry about the pic orientation, strange because it opens normally in my computer.

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I live very close to Calgary, maybe see you in Bragg Creek sometime
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If you guys have a Ride 4 Kids ride near you (about 40 across the US), I encourage you to check it out! They ride for/raise money for kids with brain rumors. They get local kids to come out and be the "stars". It's an amazing ride and joyous for the families involved.
I no longer participate in charity rides. Too many posers bringing out their "Garage Queens" that see the road two or three times per year. Most don't know how to ride in a group. Seen too many accidents. Last charity ride I was on had some idiot pass me to the left (I was in the right lane of the staggered formation), cut in front of me then pass my wife (to my left diagonally) and cut her off to get up next to his buddy. We left the ride at the next safe turn off. I'd rather just donate to a charity and go for a fun ride with my wife and/or close friends.
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