OK boys and girl, here's this week installment for you. Just sold my BMW F800GS and bought an F800R, so am looking forward to giving that a bit of a riding this weekend, I took it out last week over the ole Wainuiomata Hill and down the coast and had a blast. The grin factor was off the chart. I remember a time when I used to want the 'biggest' the 'most cc's' the 'most everything' and then I discovered the BMW F800GS and it had such a sweet little engine that went exactly how I wanted it go when I went like Brrraaappppp on the throttle, and as I rode the two that I owned I couldn't help thinking to myself, 'self I wonder what the actual road going version of this bike goes like, because if it's anything like this engine it must be fucken good'. And you know what? It is, So this past week it was off to my favorite motorcycle shop Motomart to see John and Todd and there on the floor was an R model. "Take it for a ride they said", so over the hill and down the coast. I've been riding this road for like ever and have been known to punt it pretty quickly ( it helps when you know which way the blind corners go), and I have to say my mouth was sore from grinning. So trade time, and now I have an R sitting waiting for me. It's small, light only has 89HP which is fuck all in today's terms but it goes Brrriiiilllllliant. Do yourself a favor go take one for a ride and see for yourself.
And then you can do this to it as well. Mine is being fitted with Ohlins rear shock, Andreani front forks ( all adjustable), two bros exhaust ( loud), bark busters, smaller mirrors and some minor cosmetics bits and I'm good to go.
And now you know. I could watch this for ohhh lets see seconds
Andy playin with a BMW
Double A getting it on.
Now will someone tell me how we got to this above from this below in a short 110 years without the help of Aliens.
harrrr harrrr harrr, now we know