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Old 29th May 2007, 01:26   #31
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Looks like the poor Pulsar has been relegated to or cropped from almost all the pics.
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I was just wondering the same. where is P180 ?

( rather just one pic ( black ))
Come on guys..haven't u seen a Pulsar 180 before. Enjoy the SBKs.

BTW the Pulsar and Karizma kept up with the bigger bikes most times. When I first saw them, I told Veyron it's better we drop out of this drive as we are gonna be sooo slow. But thanks to the indian roads and some extra careful drivers, we kept up with them.

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Old 29th May 2007, 01:27   #32
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Rtech..The more pics i see of your Bike..the more i want to own it..
It has more road presence than any other bike in that meet..

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It;s more the driver than the Bike. All the folks were raving about rtech's driving skills. And it's not just this drive...
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Old 29th May 2007, 01:29   #33
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it does sound terrific, was around me throughout the ride back.
You should have heard the BUSA which joined us in Panvel, it was terrific.
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Old 29th May 2007, 04:31   #34
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It;s more the driver than the Bike. All the folks were raving about rtech's driving skills. And it's not just this drive...
I have not seen him ride a bike i will take your word for it.. But what i meant was if you see the Pic where all the bikes are lined up and Rtech's bike is first of the lot it does have a better presence than the others.

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Old 29th May 2007, 10:23   #35
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RT, Great - just when I'm frollicking in the woods!
What time did you'll cross Reywoods?
who was the "other F650?"
From where do you get the cargo net? - I'v only been able to get small ones?
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First off- I'd like to appreciate Guzzlerji's riding spirit. And he knows why. I thought I was the craziest one on the planet....

Nice ride. VERY tiring. Slept like a log afterwards. And yes, RT's riding skills have been appreciated more than once.. our very own flying (zee-zee) aar..he only slows down when he runs out of gas...

RT, we should have a go at the twisties on identical bikes...would be a lot of fun...

Ok, my turn for pics; since RT has already given the write-up...


The line-up.




Now you know how to get those 20 kgs of downforce above 200 kmph.




Beautiful, ain't it? Appreciating the non-engine part of life...





Getting ready to leave. After stopping in the middle of the friggin' expressway, to appreciate natural beauty; and me dodging cars for 2 lanes, just to get the pic...





The Busa whom we met en' route. Nice guy. And real nice riding gear.



Here's looking forward to the next one...
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Thanks for the kind words, but the real stars were guzzler and veyron. They were the ones waiting along with a few of us for the rest. But, (veyron) this is a ride, not a race man, so relax

Godfather, thanks! I showed your post to my bike and she hasn't stopped grinning yet!
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But, (veyron) this is a ride, not a race man, so relax
he probably raced to birth too!!

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But, (veyron) this is a ride, not a race man, so relax..
Aw, c'mon RT...er...that WAS relaxed riding...


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he probably raced to birth too!!
Actually....8 months...coincidence, eh..?
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Since I don't have a thread dedicated to my bike (ala mansoin), I'll just add to this thread of my ride back from Pune the week before. This is why I love bikes!!!



Wow...what pretty pictures man...sigh! Isn't a 400cc more than enough on these highways rtech? That road is perfect for these kind motorcycles.
Ride safe
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From where do you get the cargo net? - I'v only been able to get small ones?
Gerard, i picked that up from my cousin's octavia.
Sorry for the late reply.

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