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post #1 of 6 Old 06-07-2017, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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Hello there. Urban G/S

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Recently test road a scrambler X but fell in love with the new urban G/S X. So it's time for my old 2006 R1200GSA to go and I hopefully say hello to the new love in my life. As in my avatar
Look forward to learning from you guys and modding the Urban to bits
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Welcome A GSA or Ralley in the garage also, would not be totaly wrong
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Hi. I Can't afford both so only one I'm afraid.
So the Urban G/S it is for me.
Will be looking at a removable screen for it so I can do some touring on it too👍
Will post some picture once it arrives:-)
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Hi. I Can't afford both so only one I'm afraid.
So the Urban G/S it is for me.
Will be looking at a removable screen for it so I can do some touring on it too👍
Will post some picture once it arrives:-)
Thanks
Don't have that kind of money either
I had a Yamaha XT1200z before, that was my first motorcycle with a screen. Sold that bike cause I could not learn to sit behind the screen. Bought a Sportster 48 and drove over 20.000 km in two years but my desire to drive on gravel and small bad roads went to big. One day it stood there the Scrambler, a GS without screen. Really like it and would not put a screen on, very clean air around the helmet but the drawback is that you cant keep a higher speed for any longer periods. The Urban G/S is a really cool looking bike.
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Welcome dirtybiker.
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post #6 of 6 Old 06-10-2017, 04:54 AM Thread Starter
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Looks like the Urban will be here on the 26th of June!
Whoo hoo.
I'm very excited:-)
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