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Dimensions Brutale 910/1078

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Am roughly calculating what dimensions i need to build a small shed in the garden to 'host' a motorbike.

What dimensions (in mtrs) are +/- needed to park a Brutale?

Am curious what solutions are used overhere to park the Brute when space is slightly limited.

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It does indeed!....,I was wondering where he was going to store the bike...,very ingenious!!
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that's pretty clever....his tools were there too


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Very clever contraption indeed.

As for the initial question, I'd say 1200mm X 2400mm will be a snug fit with not too much room to spare.
I park my 910R in a basement side room about 1600mm wide and 3000mm long; ample room to manoeuvre and store tools and parts at the back (even a golf bag...)
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Would something like this be roomy enough to manouvre a Brute in?

http://buitenwarenhuis.nl/tuinhuis-d...t-260x150x222/

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Here are the dimensions for a 910S for an example, the 750 to 1078 are similar at it.
Overall length = 2020 mm / 79,59"
Width = 760 mm / 29,59"
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