Sometime you've just got to know when to fold em. Nice pics and you'll always be able to revisit the trip again in the futureNeed to canceled my trip and come back to home after only 3 days, since I start my trip.
The weather changed abruptly and from today until Saturday I would be accompanied by bad weather, strong wind and rain without sun. So unfortunately I had to turn around and go back home. (Good advantage when you live in a small country, you can get from one end of the country to the other end of the country within 10 hours, I was just 3.5 hours from home)
But here are some pictures from my short trip
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Adriatic Sea in the distance.
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First night at camp
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Hungry after 5 hour driving and bathing in sea. Grilled calamari
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Plomin power plant
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The ship unloads coal for plant on the conveyor belt
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It was short but great. I am overjoyed even though on the one hand I am disappointed that I had to interrupt the trip due to a sudden change of weather.
In the end, 3 kilometers from the house I was caught in heavy rain, I came home wet.
Next year I will try again same trip, or something similar.Sometime you've just got to know when to fold em. Nice pics and you'll always be able to revisit the trip again in the future
Short but again great.Great photos
Looks like you had a great time even though it was cut short
just part 1 of the adventure
I would suggest 1.5 oz of beads in the front (that's the amount that "DYNA BEADS" recommended when I first started using them) and the 2 oz in rears.... 1oz of beads in the front and 2oz in the rear tire....
Noted. A test ride at various speeds up to 140kph yesterday revealed no noticeable vibrations.I would suggest 1.5 oz of beads in the front (that's the amount that "DYNA BEADS" recommended when I first started using them) and the 2 oz in rears.
Did you get the 'special' valve stems? If not - be SURE to give a short 'shot' of air BEFORE checking pressures to blow any beads out of the valve.
Had a similar issue with my madstad on my Vstrom. Mostly just illuminating the screen edge. I think I get a little of the same effect on my VX300. You could just paint the bottom inside section of the screen.Still upgrading/improving things for a trip in October. Adding the MadStad (which is fantastic) introduced a small problem: the new screen extends out further than the OEM screen, allowing it to pick up quite a bit of light from the city light. I get a reflection AND the edges of the entire screen become illuminated. No bueno. So I'm working on a piece that will solve this problem. I'll be using Kydex, formed to the shape of the cowling; I put a test piece in and tried it this morning. Works a treat; now I have zero light bleed from the city light. I just need to clean the edges up a bit and actually secure it inside the cowling. It fits tightly and can withstand highway speeds as is but... probably not the best idea to ride with it not secured I like the FDE color against the factory black.
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