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It looks great but as soon as I got somthing like that I would need my extra space back for somthing, Im just lucky like that
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I am hoping they bring out something like this, I just want to stay dry!




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on the bmw you can see the passenger foot pegs, that is probably an addon you can take off any time.
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They have...its called a car.

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There is one of those GL1500 with roof in Dortmund, Germany. That is the only one I ever have seen and it looks too much heavy at the top.

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UMmm is it me ,or does the right side window on this "roof" look different from the left ? Left side triangle ,right side squarish ? smells photoshopish to me

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Honda does offer the ST1300.
It's "touring" shortcomings are numerous in my opinion but lotsa folks love it.

Why ain't we ridin'?
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i never haul a passanger i modified my seat so i could strech my legs out very comfy

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i never haul a passanger i modified my seat so i could strech my legs out very comfy
That's what I've tempted to do since 1988.

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The BMW pictured has an aftermarket Corbin seat and the Corbin "Smuggler" trunk installed on it. Those are not BMW parts.

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