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    Default Beyond awsome GS

    Hands down the RADDEST GS ever...and i mean EVER
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    Anything with more than two wheels is not a motorcycle. Loading a bike with all that gear takes all the fun from riding. He would be better off with a Corvette pulling a 30 foot camper.
    Motorcyclist should travel light and fast.

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    Way too much crap, the beauty of traveling on a moto is light and fast, not slow and heavy. I'd rather drive a 4x4 than ride that.
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    I LIKE it...
    Looks like he takes a passenger , so has enough room and comfort for them. Still has the wind in his face and the sun at his back. Can go off the beaten path. Yes, I like it.
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    Cool....
    Hey...if it works for them...good on them!
    I would be curious to see how many miles are on it and some details on it.
    That GS must be bullet proof.
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    Great! That's really cool. I'll bet that rig and riders have got some good stories to tell. I'd love to cross paths with them one day. I suspect that is not very likely because they appear to be out seeing the world where as I am seeing a 17" LCD monitor. I do admire a true adventurer.

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    And I thought my GS was heavy....

    Whatever works...but at that point I'd just take the Cruiser....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 805gregg View Post
    Way too much crap, the beauty of traveling on a moto is light and fast, not slow and heavy. I'd rather drive a 4x4 than ride that.
    He's not traveling on a moto,he's traveling on a sidecar !!!.


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    This is my favorite BMW hack.




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