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Re: Not a cafe racer project K100
« Reply #150 on: May 24, 2022, 07:54:37 AM »
I can't stress how much I love this bike and how much I learnt from this site, which I regularly pass on to other builders and owners on the Facebook K groups that I belong to.
You've contributed at least as much as you've learned here, Skunky, and I'm happy that you and your creation are still running the roads together.  icon_cheers
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Re: Not a cafe racer project K100
« Reply #151 on: May 24, 2022, 07:37:11 PM »
as you can see the bike is still going great and we (me and my beemer) took part in the Distinguished Gentleman's Rideout here in Derbyshire. I can't stress how much I love this bike and how much I learnt from this site, which I regularly pass on to other builders and owners on the Facebook K groups that I belong to.

These are really great bikes and I had the only BMW K out of 200 bikes. There were a few R100's but they are as common as muck these days.

Keep on Building and Keep on riding.

Agreed. Good design for the most part. I too was the only Bricker at our DGR. Oddly the only BMW out of 24.
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