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    Heated gear for a Super Tenere

    No matter what heated gear you get, I cannot recommend the Warm & Safe troller enough. Makes heated gear infinitely better. When I first bought a heated jacket a number of years ago, I got the Gerbing wired troller that everyone used back then. Used it for exactly one ride before shelving it and...
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    Bikes are Useful

    Funny you post this, was just thinking the other day how much I miss my FZ6. All around the best bike I have ever owned. Blast around town, twisties, long distance touring, even light off-road.
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    Shipping a Super Tenere

    Looks like you're already going with the Uhaul motorcycle trailer which would be my call as well. Dirt cheap, ramp to load/unload the bike without help, wheel chock, $15/day in Canada as well. Given that the trailer is open and it's winter, you may want to pickup a roll of plastic wrap and...
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    SOLD: SW Motech Trax Adventure side cases and topcase allows you to ship to their US address, and they'll bring it into the GTA for a very reasonable fee ($10 from memory).
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    Your thoughts on it costing $10,000 ?

    I feel it's priced on the high side, but Yamaha is lucky in that there is very little direct competition for it. I'm sure they have done their market research and know that there is nothing closely comparable at the price. On the other hand, it's a very basic bike without many features to...
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    A cheap alternative bag that fits the OE side cases.

    If you don't mind the aesthetic, I love the blue Ikea bags. Waterproof, indestructible, and fifty cents or so.
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    New from Portugal (Santarem)

    Can't forget pasteis de nata! Probably my favourite pastry
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    V-Strom 1000 is dead. No longer being made.

    Same reason the German cars used to relate the model number to the engine size, but decided to keep increasing the numbers with smaller motors. At least bikes aren't just pulling numbers out of their ass, yet
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    Garmin 396 LMT-S Review

    I've been a Garmin GPS user on the bike for 10+ years (various old Streetpilot 2720/2820, now Zumo 595), Basecamp is and has always been a steaming pile of poop. I can at this point reasonably plot a route using it, only taking a bit longer than on Google Maps, but it's still a pain. I just...
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    The trips that weren't and the trip that was

    I'm feeling left out, pics not working for anyone else?
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    Side Cover Plastic Rivets

    Any reason not to order them from your Yamaha shop? I'm anal about having original and matching fasteners. Whenever I need a bolt or clip, lookup the part number online, and order from my local shop. Generally costs $1-2 each.
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    What you did to your Tenere today??!!

    I'm embarrassed to say that I have tried to boost at the tender plug... Let's just say there was some smoke
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    Leaving to moto tour Vietnam for two weeks

    Make sure you have travel medical insurance that covers motorcycles, scooters. I used World Nomads and unfortunately can confirm that they were ok with me being on a bike. Make sure you have an IDP, double check, but I think a US IDP is valid in Vietnam, my Canadian IDP was not. Heard that cops...
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    Aluminum panniers

    Decent deal on Touratech Zega panniers if you don't mind them having some scars
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    V-Strom 1000 is dead. No longer being made.

    lol, was thinking of this when I wrote it <iframe width="1280" height="545" src="" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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