I'll be posting pictures in my modification thread when it's all done.Dave! I've been watching your progress! Beautiful job and great inspiration for my bike as well!
Did you get out Phil ? I had a ride up to Ashbourne ( 2nd one on the 9T ) the A515 was full of bikes. Great weather but windy on the way back.It's saying it'll be 16 degrees tomorrow and sunny, in my book that's 'let's get out and ride' weather
heck yes I got out, nice ride out up the Peak for a couple of hours, first ride of the season and it was a belter. Sunny, warm and on the T, my neck is a bit sore today from all the nodding at passing bikersDid you get out Phil ? I had a ride up to Ashbourne ( 2nd one on the 9T ) the A515 was full of bikes. Great weather but windy on the way back.
I'm starting to really like that bike
Looking forward to seeing your work!I'll be posting pictures in my modification thread when it's all done.
The bar swap and indicator install was a bit of a fiddly task, but not as hard as I'd expected it to be - I had been dreading drilling multiple holes in the bars and threading the indicator wiring. I still think the switchgear being bolted to the bars is one of BMW's silliest ideas ever. The 9T is meant to be built for customisation, but this just makes things more complicated than it should be, and doesn't allow you to adjust the switchgear positioning for perfect ergonomics! Obviously the German company is wanting to deter folk from buying aftermarket bits despite their sales blurb!
I'll be back in SFO this week and San Diego and SFO every week in April. Two weeks ago, I walked to Dubbleju in SFO. Talked to Bobby(?) anyway, nice guy. I'm thinkin' I'll be renting a bike for some riding out that way.I find myself on the west coast during most weeks