From a 11 day ride, where it rained every day. I hung my clothes up in the cave, above the fire, to dry. There was a group of like 12 of us on the ride, everyone else camped around the corner, in a field of what looked to be poison ivy.
Wide load mode. Those HDB hand guards probably won’t find there way in my shopping cart again. They definitely transmit too much force to be a good sacrificial weak link and the mirrors plain sucked IMO
Back to the cheap enduro engineering guards all the other bikes get.
I do not. My cousin sold Ossa's, Maico's, and Hodaka's along with SnoJet and Polaris snowmobiles back in the 70's. H &J Sales they were called. They also operated Thunder Ridge Cycle Park back in the day.
I am in the planning stages of adding a couple of small auxiliary LED lights to the front of my WR. What is your preferred method of wiring/switching auxiliary lights? At the moment I am planning to run a relay that is triggered by the high beam circuit with power coming straight from the battery. No switch would reduce clutter on the bars. Is there any downside I am overlooking?
Any recommendations for a relay that can handle life on a WR?