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My personal motorcycle roadmap….by Yamahista

03 Feb

Hello there,

A few days ago I had to clean up my latop and came across some pictures of the most recent bikes I have own.  Some of them for a short period of time.

We should  start with some scooters…

A beautiful Vespa GTS300, the best tool for city traffic but far from ideal on open roads…

 

Kymco SuperDink 300, best commuting tool for a very fair price, and fast enough for all use…

Suzuki Burgman 650 ABS, the Goldwing of the scooters, a little too big but incredibly comfortable.

Yamaha Tmax 500, simply the king, there is nothing even close…

And aside scooters….

Harley XR1200, a motorcycle in its purest form, great character, and what a sound…ufff

Yamaha TDM900ABS, a great bike not understood in Spain…

Yamaha MT01: original concept and great personality. I just could test it for a week but I still miss her…

Yamaha XJR1300, one of my favourite bikes, I had two of these in the last eight years.  With a good front suspension and ABS brakes it would be the best bike for me…

KTM SuperDuke 990, a ver fun toy for adults (and experienced drivers…)

Honda Varadero 2005: good all around bike with no faults, very comfortable.

Honda Varadero 2008 ex-Laia Sanz, much better than the previous model, and owned by the best off-road women rider of the world.

Honda CTX 700 DCT, a very interesting bike but with a riding position that killed my back…

Honda CBR 1100 XX: quite possibly the best bike I’ve owned, period….

Yamaha FJR 1300 AS, the sportiest GT bike of the market, I loved it…

Yamaha FZ6S 2010, the actual ride in my garage. Great all around bike…

Other bikes that I could not find a picture of are a fantastic and modded Yamaha R1 2005, and a wonderful KTM 990 Adventure, a bike I miss and so much fun to drive in any situation…

And around 26 years ago everything started on the road with a Kawasaki GPZ500, and long before many enduro and trial bikes since a very early age..

Cheers…

 
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