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Own 'Burro', a 2021 Himalayan, my first motorcycle. I live in Takaka, New Zealand.
puttbutt
puttbutt
Congrats. on the new bike. base on your thumbnail, looks like you're already immerse into the bike. welcome aboard and be safe.
Hi Jerk..just wondering if it is possible to put up a seperate thread for the new CLASSIC 350 REBORN....just like there is a dedicated thread for the METEOR...Cheers Ken
Jerk
Jerk
Great idea... I will check into it today. Thanks.
Awesome...Sorry for the delayed reply, we had family visiting from CA and ID.

How much would you like for them or for the Right one only?

Dave
Hey there Mr Dralas,

Would you happen to know what the weight limit for each pannier is please? I know they are around 26 litres each but I can't find information on how much weight I could put in them. From experience, what sort of weight would you put in each of them?

Cheers,
Magnus
Hey there,

Would you happen to know what the weight limit for each pannier is please? I know they are around 26 litres each but I can't find information on how much weight I could put in them. From experience, what sort of weight would you put in each of them?

Cheers,
Magnus
Would you happen to know what the weight limit for each pannier is please? I know they are around 26 litres each but I can't find information on how much weight I could put in them. From experience, what sort of weight would you put in each of them?

Cheers,
Magnus
Hey there,

Would you happen to know what the weight limit for each pannier is please? I know they are around 26 litres each but I can't find information on how much weight I could put in them. From experience, what sort of weight would you put in each of them?

Cheers,
Magnus
Hey,

Would you happen to know what the weight limit for each pannier is please? I know they are around 26 litres each but I can't find information on how much weight I could put in them. From experience, what sort of weight would you put in each of them?

Cheers,
Magnus
Thanks for letting me join, have a 96 500 Bullet. Owned her since 2010, great little tourer, not fast but loads of fun, fell in love with these bikes when I rode one in India 2006.
Morgan60
Morgan60
I’m envious, you have a nice RE with the real thump! Got a a photo of it?
Good ride today to the beach and around town, I had the chance to test my new break and clutch lever. Love it. The ergonomic is much better specially for the front break a lot more control.
Hello Everyone, I just purchased my first RE. It's a Military Green Bullet 500 w/sidecar. I hven't driving it yet because it's in the shop awaiting a new wiring harnass. I'm looking to this journey with all of you RE enthusiast/die hards.
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mpp1
mpp1
Congrats on the new bike
Morgan60
Morgan60
Very cool. What year did you get?
Years of wiring guitars, and I'm stymied trying to wire in a two taillight and one high brake light on a hard tail trunk. the two tail lights are connected, so two wires. The high brake light is on a 3 wire harness, but previous owner only wired two.
kwj23452
kwj23452
The four go into a 4 pin flat trailer connector. Can I Posi-tap into the Himma's two tail light and two brake wires with the other end of the trailer harness and have a functioning quick disconnect? Thanks, Ken
Hey Piney, been through Fuquay Varina. One of my boys and his family live in Cary, and he worked in FV. Now he programs for Cisco and mostly from home. I'll be riding through next year on my way to our place in Aurora, NC! Cheers brother
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Gotbikes
Can anyone tell me how to post a new question?
kwj23452
kwj23452
Yeah man, where/what are you trying to post?
Happy Birthday 🎂🥳🎉!!
Wishing you riding n riding n riding all the way !!!
Took delivery yesterday of a brand new Meteor and then spent 4 hours putting 200 kms on her getting to learn how to handle.
First time I have owned a cruiser after 7 sports bikes. I like the difference. It’s fun to go slower😎👍
Morgan60
Morgan60
Congratulations on you new bike. I love my sport and cafe racers bikes but it nice just to go for a ride and look at things around you and not get beat up after 300 miles or more.
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