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Tamburini292 @ 9400 miles.

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How many back massages necessary to achieve 9400 miles?

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I'm just a hair under 11000 miles on my 2007 1000R. Want me to take 292 out for some exercise?
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I'm just a hair under 11000 miles on my 2007 1000R. Want me to take 292 out for some exercise?
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least you ride it, good to see
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And you guys are just coming in to Summer right? I'm sure you'll make the most of it. Enjoy.
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guys,

it is a bit more difficult to ride as one gets older. the position is a bit extreme at times. I do best doing short jaunts of about 100 miles on a lovely sat/sun am. Did another 95 this am. I do love the way this beast runs both on the country 2 lanes and also the interstates for short bursts into the triples.

292 runs great and I hope you guys enjoy yours as I do mine!

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post #9 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-07-2009, 11:33 AM
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Just got 654 miles showing on my bike

But then I have only had it two months and we have only had 6 days of sunshine so far

But still must try harder!

Tambo looks very nice by the way
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How many back massages necessary

What's your age again Randy?

There's nothing wrong with the riding position on an F4 1000 or 1078 for a fit man, of any age. Ponder that for a while...


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