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Saxon7

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My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  00210

This was a very tough and reliable motorcycle which took first me and Bella, then me, Bella, Kerry and Seamus on a  lot of very good trips.

My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  006_210

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My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  04110

    

Chocolate

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Yeah, great pictures!

I like the sidecar with the dogs :-)
Enjoy your rides.

Cheers


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Saxon7 wrote:My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  04110
"What's that Skip?.... You can hear a K100 coming....."


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1989 K100RT     VIN  0097367 (naked)  
1996 K1100RS   VIN  0451808
 My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  Austra12    Fuel:  95 Octane
Engine Oil: Nulon Full Synthetic 15W50
Gear Box Oil:  Nulon Synthetic 75W90
    

Crazy Frog

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At least the grill on your flashers protected them Laughing
My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  Flashe10


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RT

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Good old days mate
I seem to remember a photo of the bottom side of that outfit at some point?
Hope to get up your way in Autumn. Cheers.


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charlie99

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Kaptain Holister wrote:
Saxon7 wrote:My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  04110
"What's that Skip?.... You can hear a K100 coming....."
yep you sure could hear that "zorst "  fabricated by our good friend bert2

My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  2012-110
just awesome to ride behind
My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  2012-111


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Saxon7

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I really loved my Zorst. :-) Everyone should have one. Sad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0KAJtFfmLw



Bob, Kerry, the Hillbillies and I recently moved down to the Hunter Valley. You're welcome here anytime of course. Quite close to the wineries.

Just sayin'


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Sean , how was the manouvreability of the K compared to the Rocket , especially on the the tight twisty bits , such as Ulong and the Alpine Way?
Always good to see the whole family enjoying the outings .


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Saxon7

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GroverK wrote:Sean , how was the manouvreability of the K compared to the Rocket , especially on the the tight twisty bits , such as Ulong and the Alpine Way?
Always good to see the whole family enjoying the outings .
 

Ed, the Rocket is like trying to ride the Bismark through the tight stuff. Down into those troughs on the Khancoban road or the old road etc is very hard work. To be honest I can't ride it hard....I'm not that good. ( Nor was I ever) Even on solo bikes I have thought I was going pretty hard...then someone like my brother Tim would stroll past like he was trying to stay awake. Smile The K bike had a shorter wheelbase and was a lot lighter. I reckon I was able to ride it about 70% as quick as a solo bike. The Rocket is made for high speed sweepers and long riding. Power wise it would eat the K100 for breakfast...and it ought to..being almost 3 times its size!  I've had it at 180kph ( indicated) with the two dogs, Kerry and all the camping gear and it was nowhere near flat. I think I would be lucky to ride it at 60% as quick as a solo bike through the tight stuff. Mind you...I crashed the BMW...twice.



Conclusion? I wish I still had them both. :pirat:

    

Saxon7

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RT wrote:
I seem to remember a photo of the bottom side of that outfit at some point?
Was just looking for that photo....must be on my old laptop.

    

RT

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Of course it is. We all have one of those folders that says "never to be published again". 
I'm still trying to translate your message, my 1942 German/English dictionary is not coping.


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Inge K.

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My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  Saxons10


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Crazy Frog

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This is the way that we see you from the northern hemisphere.
And with a read furry friend....
By the way, this picture could have been a good entry for the picture contest  Twisted Evil


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RicK G

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Inge K. wrote:My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  Saxons10
Any wonder he is having flashbacks after the PTSD


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Saxon7

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Great.....yes...thanks for that little memento! :cyclops: 
* rolls eyes.

    

sidecar paul

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It's just an easy way to change the oil filter without draining the oil.  My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  652573

Paul.


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Saxon7

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sidecar paul wrote:It's just an easy way to change the oil filter without draining the oil.  My old K100RT and Sidecar flashbacks.  652573

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Yes and I felt it necessary to have a good look at the sub frame.

    

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