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Well, the "bolt ons" are officially done. Until I think of something else, at least. :)

The triangle now has a leather padded seat (very comfy), grip puppies on the bars (less vibes and more big hand friendly), and the oh so important peg upgrade. Rear rack/supports. And a set of leather saddlebags that are actually meant for a horse.

All in all, it's an improvement. Now to go put some miles on it to see what else it needs. (Besides yet more miles).
 

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Well, the "bolt ons" are officially done. Until I think of something else, at least. :)

The triangle now has a leather padded seat (very comfy), grip puppies on the bars (less vibes and more big hand friendly), and the oh so important peg upgrade. Rear rack/supports. And a set of leather saddlebags that are actually meant for a horse.

All in all, it's an improvement. Now to go put some miles on it to see what else it needs. (Besides yet more miles).
Never seen those ‘Grip Puppies’ before - going to look into a pair, as the reviews are good.

And what bags have you fitted? Can see you’ve had to cut out a couple of inserts in order to allow it to lie right with the grab-rail. I did think the design of the Fehling bag supports would mean saddlebags would have to sit a long way back in order to sit right - nice to finally see some bags using them. Looks good!
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For some reason I think WWII German army motorcycle when I see your pictures.
I've always wanted to take one of those bikes from The Last Crusade for a spin. Just so long as nobody takes a photo of me and starts telling folks I'm some sort of neo-Nazi...

 

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I’m sorry - if we’re talking WWII movie motorcycles, there’s only one.....
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