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Old 09-07-2015, 01:26 AM   #1
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been to GLEMSECK 101 motorcycle Event in the south of Germany

lots of different competitions during that 3 days - mainly about Sprints aso.

not that many choppers/bobbers there but more cafe-bikes 'n scrambler modifications

just want to share some piccies:












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Wow thanks for the pics mate! Some great looking bikes
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Hello 4444Design -

You have excellent taste! Great photo skills!

Shooting pics at an event can be burdensome as well as time consuming, and greatly diminishes the spontaneous "fun factor".

Reminds me of Ralphiejantz's most excellent "tour" of Born Free 7 this year.

I have to admit that those Beemers look really good! I guess my brother was right (mid 60ís R50).

Thank you very much for taking the time!

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Great looking bikes!!

Thanks for sharing!!
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Nice bikes, and good shots!
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Very interesting to see how our trends are translated into what is available there and also the custom BMW scene that has evolved. Thank you for posting!
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Thanks for sharing, I like the diversity in bikes and builds.

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Man, that is an eyefull. What is that twin with SW on the tank?
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Man, that is an eyefull. What is that twin with SW on the tank?
Looks like a Kawi W650 to my eye.
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Looks like a Kawi W650 to my eye.
I agree, thouse engines are beautiful.
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Some killer bikes there!
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Looks like a Kawi W650 to my eye.
the builder/owner told me it is the 800 cc Version

really like the look of the engine - reminds me of those vintage english brands
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