Most 11xx bikes at one place in South Africa?
After the JHB Wild Dogs managed just TWELVE 1150's on a planned 1150 outride, the challenge was laid down, and this past weekend, no less than TWENTY-SIX (27 if you include 1 late-arrival) got together at the Tankwa Pad Stal for a midday braai (Saturday), then half of us plus some KTM-types, and a 650 X Challenge and 1200 GS rode on to Middlepos (with others going to Sutherland or Gannag Lodge).
Brilliant time had by all; full report with b-e-a-u-t-f-u-l pics of 26 11xx in a row...!
I agree with your comments regarding great rides, Zebra. Pity that they spoil the report with unsportsman-like comments about BMW rides. But, it's probably born from jealousy. We don't slate the Wild dogs, why would they think it's necessary to talk badly about us? No need for a rift between like-minded people enjoying the same sport. I suppose every litter of dogs will have one puppy that's a pavement special, and we shouldn't generalise.
Great idea, to have hundreds of the same model bike on a run. Adventure riders, unite!
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