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Here's just some pics of my travels, Basically my first 12 months with my Honda. Haven't ridden since early November due to bush fires & extreme heat.
I've ridden the big girl across Australia from West to East & all through NSW. I've also got 2 sets of wheels. Set up for dirt and road riding.

Checking out some local bush after work
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NSW looking back towards Tumut.
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Crossing
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Turon Gates NSW
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On the WA Coast
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Steep Point WA
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Great Central Road WA
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Doing it tough in the sand
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I have plenty more if your keen
 

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I don't get on with sand very well, Especially fully loaded for a month unsupported.
My mate had a can laying around in his shed that I put on to get rid of the stock can. Ended up blowing it apart :cautious:
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I've since put a full Delkevic system on. weights heaps less.
Looking all clean down in NSW somewhere
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My first AT drop, cost me a Givi touring screen that did :rolleyes:
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Everyone remembers there first ;)
My traveling house
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Roses between two thorns :cool: At the pub with no beer
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Up the Mountains near home.
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Again near home
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Ride safe guys I'll throw some more up as I go.
Cheers
Bones
 

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That AT is definitely napping.
Yep agreed, probably a bit tired after all those miles.

Raise your hand if your AT hasn’t taken a nap yet.....


Hmmmm, nope don’t see anyone putting their hand up...
Oh yea, I forgot, the “nap” feature is standard on the ATAS.
Not sure if mine came with the clothes line feature tho. But that would be handy, maybe just the Aussie bikes come with it..
 

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As I ride mostly offroad in the Australian dust I like to be able to access my air filters quickly and easily.
I have Uni filters and there pre filters. Since fitting the pre filters I've never had cause to clean my actual air filter. Still do though because. . Well just because.
So here's my idea. Looking down the steering colom I drilled a 54mm hole taking me straight through to where the pre filters sit.
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I put a 54mm auto grommet in there.
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So when all the her clothes are on with crash bars, headlight protector and all the expensive stuff. I can reach down into the fork tube pull the grommets out
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Take my pre filters out and put fresh ones in. Takes less than 5 minutes.
It's saves time on big trips and makes air filter inspection easy.
Hope you guys like it to.
Cheers
Mr B
 
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