Finally on a bike again.

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Finally on a bike again.

Postby Shiroyu » Mon Mar 16, 2020 9:55 pm

Almost 3 years ago I was t-boned in New Jersey on my 2008 superduke. I didnt know if I would ever get on a bike again. After moving to Sweden I thought maybe an adventure bike or something else, more “mature.” Well the itch got me while sitting on my couch for 2 months out of work due to re-injuring a disc herniation from the bike accident.

Long story short I went to look at some KTMs at my local shop. I thought a Superduke GT would be best as I want to tour to Austria and Norway. However, I found the bike to refined and like it had “power steering.” Now a bike with heated seats, grips, and a rain mode would make sense here in Sweden, but I have never been a sensible type.

Then I found this

Just wish I still had my motohooligen intake and other goodies from the wrecked bike.

Well fellas happy to be back!
See you in Valhalla one day where all the old warriors go.

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Re: Finally on a bike again.

Postby Willh » Mon Mar 16, 2020 11:01 pm

Nice 8)
2008 Superduke
850 Commando engined '68 P11 project

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Re: Finally on a bike again.

Postby Scotty » Wed Mar 18, 2020 11:39 pm

Welcome back Shiroyu 8)
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