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1Back to top Go down    Washington State rider, new 87 K100 owner. on Wed Sep 04, 2013 12:19 am

defied


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Ahoy-hoy all. I don't really have much to say. I've been riding on and off since I was 13, decided I wanted to mod a bike, and settled for the K100 because I think it's pretty darn... uh... pretty.

Piping up because I need to find cafe rearsets for this thing, like Raask or something.

Looking forward to chatting with you all.

D


charlie99


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welcome aboard defied

theres a few up your ways ...including twb in and around Seattle somewhere s .....and just over the border as well

enjoy !


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'86 K100 RT..#0090401 ..."Gerty" ( Gertrude Von Clickandshift ) --------O%O

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Welcome Defied,
I'm probably not the closest to you geography-wise, but sorta in the same Pacific-Northwest neighborhood.
As to the rear sets, have you looked at Omar's something-or-other? I know he has a website that specialized in cafe stuff. Sorry I'm unable to be more specific, but you can no doubt find it will a little on-line searching.


defied


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Thanks! Idaho counts. 0] I have plans to hit up concerts at the Gorge next year with my bike.

I did check Omar's, and that may be my last option. I was checking to see if anyone was selling them here. I've got an email in to Raarsk now. He's on Vacation and told me he'd respond when he gets back.

D


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Hi D,
Great to have you on board.
Regards,
K-BIKE


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Welcome, Defied. If you need parts there's the mostly used KBike parts guy in Seattle, Drake Smith, or Bob Bridge down on the waterfront of Tacoma. Otherwise, the boys at the Fife BMW shop can help, but if they don't, give me a bell at the Seattle Beemer shop if you need advice or something dealer-specific. I'm happy to talk Mighty Ks with anyone willing to listen...

We K bike lovers don't get no respect. But I tell people, they're as reliable as a refrigerator but not nearly as cool. And that's the way I like 'em.


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11/86 K100RS, nicely sorted.


Others currently owned, '77 R75/7, '91 R100 w/K12S fairing, '03 K1200GT Brick, '04 R1150RT, & underway on a K12-powered K100 nuddie w/Paralever

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