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Just ride the damn thing! Share your adventures!

BeerMe

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Lots of forums on here about modifications and what not, but I haven’t found too much from folks about their wild adventures on the R18…and pics. Let’s have some good stories and pics about your rides, the longer and scarier the better. The R18 is a fantastic bike that is meant to be out in the wild…not parked in the garage.

Let’s have it!
 

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Urgefree

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Love to ride twistiest through the vineyards on the way up to Lake Sonoma.
 

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Black Dog

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Pedra Azul Espirito Santos, Brazil.
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Chilling with my Penguin, in Guarapari
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Jeebus say, I caught one this big in Rio.
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Some of my best work.

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New Years Day in Ponta da fruit

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BeerMe

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Great photo…looks to be a great day in beautiful country with good friends, which is what it’s about.
 

BeerMe

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I’d say that any ride that involves the trifecta of penguins, a massive fire and an even bigger Jesus is a good one worth sharing. We’ll done Sir!
 

Black Dog

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Christmas Eve with the family in Brazil

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Albatros memorial, Tierra del Fuego
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Da Nang April 1969
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Chillin on the beach at Barra do Jucu
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Mcmurdo Station, Antarctica, June 2019
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R18C

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I have over 11,000 miles in less than 5 months.Here is my thanksgiving trip to Hannigan MotorSports in Murray Kentucky.A little over 3100 miles.
We can do 400 in a day just doin casual riding around Arizona.

I ride,My wife takes pictures:)Today,I'm posting....
 

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BeerMe

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Fantastic! Love the sidecar. I bought a second R18 (too cheap now) just for that purpose. Was thinking about DMC. Any thoughts?
 

R18C

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Fantastic! Love the sidecar. I bought a second R18 (too cheap now) just for that purpose. Was thinking about DMC. Any thoughts?
Oh,
the Hannigan is the only way to go.Both Ruth Anne & her Husband are riders and used to be BMW dealers before starting Hannigan Fairing Company.
PM me if you want to talk and I'll give you my number.
 

Cheshire Cat

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Lots of forums on here about modifications and what not, but I haven’t found too much from folks about their wild adventures on the R18…and pics. Let’s have some good stories and pics about your rides, the longer and scarier the better. The R18 is a fantastic bike that is meant to be out in the wild…not parked in the garage.

Let’s have it!
Well said you. I should follow your advice.
 

BeerMe

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Oh,
the Hannigan is the only way to go.Both Ruth Anne & her Husband are riders and used to be BMW dealers before starting Hannigan Fairing Company.
PM me if you want to talk and I'll give you my number.
Fantastic. I am very grateful for the referral, particularly from an obviously happy client.
 
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