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  2. Intrunirea anuala 2019

    Sa inchida cineva topicul si sa ne vedem sanatosi In stilul asta nu mai terminam cu discutiile Ce naiba bre, n-ati avut jucarii cand ati fost mici.
  3. Intrunirea anuala 2019

    Era mai bine daca-l aratai cu degetul direct pe Adi Bujie daca de el e vorba . Nu mai iesea tam-tam. Nici eu nu sunt de acord cu citatul de mai sus. Motociclismul e sport scump doar pt faptul ca iti trebuie echipament. In rest e la fel ca la masina ca si acolo bagi bani in reparatii. Iar cazarea nu are legatura nici cu doua nici cu patru roti.
  4. Italian billet accessory manufacturer Rizoma has released a line of billet products for Husqvarna’s love it or hate it Svartpilen 401. Unquestionably, the machine has a style all its own. And Rizoma thinks people will want to make changes to their bikes to personalize and improve the bike’s looks. A Rizoma clad Svartpilen 401. Photo credit: Rizoma Although these products will not improve your Svartpilen, they will definitely modify the look of your machine for a more personal touch. Rizoma’s Svartpilen 401 website shows more than 45 mostly billet items designed specifically for the Swedish brand’s unusual looking machine. Billet accessories from Rizoma. Photo credit: Rizoma Parts available range from simple bar ends to more complex to manufacture items like turn signals and footpegs. Machined parts are not cheap, and quality Rizoma products are no exception. Prices for billet items (not including adapters etc.) start at around €50 (~$56) and go up from there. But these are not cheap knockoff products, they are good looking enhancements for the Svartpilen 401 and other machines. Rizoma fender eliminator for the Svartpilen 401. Photo credit: Rizoma Whether billet accessories are your cup of tea or not, the Rizoma billet items are pretty trick. Vezi sursa
  5. La Multi Ani!

    De parca tu ai fi un ingras Multumesc din suflet tuturor
  6. La Multi Ani!

    "La multi ani!"...bosorog nesuferit!
  7. Andrei Popa de la clubul CSTA Bucuresti merge in acest sfarsit de saptamana in Polonia pentru a alerga in calificarile Campionatului Mondial de Speeway. Între 25 si 25 mai 2019 se desfasoara la Cracovia runda a III-a a calificarilor pentru Campionatul Mondial de Dirt Track. Andrei va alerga în cea de a III-a grupă și concurează la clasa U21. Pagina de Facebook dedicată acestui eveniment este disponibilă aici. Mult succes!
  8. Mult succes sportivului Florea Ionut de la clubul Gerula Racing care concureaza in acest an in etapa a II-a din Campionatul European de Rally Raid. Această etapă are loc in Grecia intre 20 si 26 mai 2019 in zona Karpenissi. Hellas Adventure Raid 2019 are șapte zile de concurs în care vor fi parcurse între 80 și 250 de km. Detaliile concursului și ale fiecărei probe speciale sunt disponibile aici. Regulamentul Particular al Hellas Adventure Raid 2019 este disponibil aici.
  9. La Multi Ani!

    La multi ani Silviu!!!
  10. Into The Wild Overland is a company that I’m guessing almost all of you have never heard of, myself included. They had a product on display at Overland Expo that might be of interest to some of you. I know a lot of riders love to set up base camp at a trailhead and go ride for days or weeks in one area coming back to camp nightly. A tent or hammock is obviously the cheapest way to do this, and then maybe sleeping out of the back of your truck somehow but if you are looking for a little more comfort, you might be thinking about a Sprinter Van or similar. The problem with those vans, if you aren’t on the road full time, is its an extra vehicle, more insurance, and related costs, has to be parked outside full time unless you have a big shop space, because, maybe, it doesn’t work with your 9-5 life…and fully kitted out new vans can be in the $100-150,000 range Into the Wild Overland had a couple of trailers on display, small enough to fit in your garage, light enough to be towed by just about anything. Fully kitted out, solar powered as a stand-alone vehicle with no need to plug into the grid. The difference between their trailer and others I saw is it is made to hold a motorcycle across the tongue, specifically designed to do so, not an afterthought, and not teeter-tottering on a trailer hitch. This IS NOT a paid post, or advertising, just something I saw over the weekend at the show and thought a number of you might have some interest in. I asked the owner, Matt to join advrider.com and put this in the vendor section and start a thread, as we are his target audience, that way you could ask any question you want or maybe just go to his website and get more details https://itwoverland.com/ Vezi sursa
  11. Not Quite Summer

    ADVrider writer Zac (@kawazacky) is currently the riding the Cabot Trail. He took this beautiful photo today in Meat Cove, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. It was snowing that morning. Have you ridden the Cabot Trail? Let us know in the comments below. ➡️ 📷 Have you taken an interesting photo? Send it to us to be featured on Photo of the Day by filling out this form. Vezi sursa
  12. Altgrad Auto

    www.altgradauto.ro
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  14. Lista închisă si transmisa cred ca se poate inchide topicul
  15. Pedală în Bănie

    Pedală în Bănie Craiova, Salaj, Romania
  16. Nu mai este mult până când bike parcul Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis îşi deschide porţile spre public. În weekendul 7-9 iunie tinerii mtb-işti, dar şi familiile vor lua parte la marea deschidere. În acel weekend în Austria este şi „Ziua tatălui”, aşa că administratorii zonei au pregătit surprize pentru părinţi şi copii. Iată-l şi pe Jackson Goldstone, de doar 14 ani, cum îl învaţă câte ceva pe tatăl său, dându-se amândoi pe traseele din Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. [embedded content] [embedded content] (foto Christian Waldegger / Staronphoto) Sursa: Freerider
  17. Intrunirea anuala 2019

    Ok, atunci iti multumesc pentru apreciere. Ba chiar asta am vrut, sa le bat obrazul tradatorilor si am mentionat ca m-am referit la cei care la inceputul discutiilor din acest an au sustinut vehement Calimanestiul ca locatie (subintelegandu-se prin Calimanesti de fapt complexul balnear Cozia cu bazinele lui termale) si dupa ce Silviu s-a zbatut, si-a sacrificat din timpul propriu, a cheltuit bani cu drumuri, telefoane, mesaje catre locatie, si-a consumat nervi si sanatate si-a pus gaj obrazul pentru rezervarea a 50 camere, cei care au dat tonul la exodul catre alte locatii, creand o stare de dezbinare, au fost exact unii dintre cei care au vrut intrunirea musai la Cozia. La inceputul discutiilor, cineva scria mesaje de genul, citez: "cine are bani vine cine nu nu!!!sa stea acasă!!!motociclismul este un sport scump!!!" si el a fost primul care a dezertat catre alta locatie. Bineinteles ca fiecare face ce doreste cu proprii bani si ii cheltuie unde vrea dar eu vorbesc aici despre atitudinea si respectul dintre noi. Si pentru mine conteaza 100 lei, dar suta de lei nu o voi pune niciodata mai presus decat respectul pentru colegi. p.s. departe de mine gandul ca tu ai fi asa cum ai spus si ai prinde mai greu.
  18. Nu, mai repede un motor de NX650, e mai compact.
  19. Intrunirea anuala 2019

    Nu mi-esti antipatic dar chiar ai gresit.De-a lungul timpului mi-ai parut cel mai echilibrat dintre toti. Poate d-aia reactia ta a parut foarte dura. Daca nu ai vrut sa faci pe nimeni tradator si nu ai batut obrazul strigand "RUSINE" ,poate ne explici ce ai vrut defapt.Unii suntem mai grei de cap si nu prindem toate subtilitatile.
  20. Intrunirea anuala 2019

    Ce mi-ai zis-o... m-ai facut praf... Ori nu ai inteles nimic, ceea ce nu cred ori iti sunt profund antipatic si simti mereu nevoia sa ma "pui la punct" indiferent ce si cum. Nu mai pierd timpul sa iti dau explicatii suplimentare ca sa intelegi ce am vrut sa spun pentru ca evident motivatia ta e cea de a doua si pentru asta mai bine ma ignori pur si simplu.
  21. Intrunirea anuala 2019

    Am primit oferta cu meniurile pentru masa festiva Desi nu mai este cazul va atasez doar informativ meniurile Meniuri masa festiva.pdf Meniuri masa festiva.pdf
  22. Intrunirea anuala 2019

    O clipa am crezut ca sunt si eu vizat de nervii lui Silviu si ai lui Toni dar nu avea cum pt ca eu am spus de la bun inceput ca la nesimtitii aia nu mai stau. La sedinta de anul trecut stiu bine ca nu s-a votat sa facem tot la Calimanesti.De fapt s-a stabilit sa nu votam inca locatia. Apoi Calimanesti a iesit in urma votului de pe forum unde a votat cine a vrut fara sa existe un control cati motoveterani au votat intr-o parte sau alta pentru ca doar votul motoveteranilor conta iar cel al simpatizantilor era consultativ. Si chiar daca s-a votat Calimanesti asta nu inseamna ca s-a votat Complexul Cozia. E adevarat ca in mintea multora exista asocierea intalnirilor de la Calimanesti cu complexul dar daca o luam adliteram, nu s-a votat niciodata complexul ci doar orasul. Silviule nu ai de ce sa iti crape obrazul fata de nesimtitii aia.Daca te luptai cu ei sa obtii niste preturi mai mici sau diverse facilitati fata de pretul afisat iar ei ar fi facut concesii ,asa puteai sa zici ca ti-e rusine de oamenii aia . Puteai spune ca oamenii aia ne-au ajutat iar noi le-am dat flit. Dar ei ti-au spus ceva de genul "astea sunt preturile,daca nu va convine plecati in alta parte ca noi avem destui clienti" .Si atunci pt ce sa-ti crape obrazul? Nu sunt eu cel vizat (stiu la cine te referi) dar nu pot sa nu-ti atrag atentia ca limbajul tau e unul agresiv si distructiv. Dupa ce ca mai are putin si se duce dracu' clubul asta tu le bati obrazul putinilor membrii care au mai ramas si mai sunt dispusi sa-si piarda timpul cu certurile expuse aici de un an de zile incoace. Viata e grea pt fiecare si daca pt tine nu conteaza o economie de 70-100 de lei pt alti oameni e un factor decisiv daca sa vina sau nu.Si nu esti tu indreptatit sa le bati acelor oameni obrazul ca nu le pui tu painea pe masa. Eu asa vad lucrurile.
  23. gandu ala care nu iti da pace, cu 650 ul, are legatura cu motorul de la suzuki ls650 ? intreb ca mie imi place mult de tot blocul ala motor. Diferenta vizuala dintre cutia de viteze mica si cilindru inalt si mare
  24. Is Harley-Davidson building a new small-capacity motorcycle for the Asian market? That’s what many industry insiders now believe, after comments made by the company’s president/CEO. Speaking to shareholders after last month’s first quarter financial results were unveiled (not great, but not as bad as expected, in case you wondered), Harley-Davidson bigwig Matt Levatich made the following statement: “… progress in Q1 included steps towards a partnership for a premium small displacement offering in Asia, to expand our reach in that region. We are just over a year away from launching our first model that will help provide access to millions of customers in emerging markets in the region.” Hang on a minute. Doesn’t Harley-Davidson already have a “small displacement” machine in the Asian market? Well, sort of. From what we can find online, Harley-Davidson sells its Street 750 in India, but not the Street 500. Indeed, Harley-Davidson has said in the past that it wasn’t planning to sell the Street 500 in India. International-market versions of the bike are built in India, but not sold there. It is available in other Asian markets, as far as we understand. So, Harley-Davidson is planning something new, then? It sounds like it. Why would Harley-Davidson need to establish a partnership for a bike it’s already producing in India? It sounds much more like Harley-Davidson has another arrangement in mind, something similar to what we see already going on in India with TVS and BMW, or KTM and Bajaj. Although we probably have a good idea what the partnership would look like, it’s somewhat less clear what such a bike could look like. Would we see a single-cylinder cruiser? Or would Harley-Davidson break some stereotypes, like it’s already doing with its streetfighter, adventure bike and electric bike programs? The future of the Motor Company is perhaps more interesting than ever. Vezi sursa
  25. Is Harley-Davidson building a new small-capacity motorcycle for the Asian market? That’s what many industry insiders now believe, after comments made by the company’s president/CEO. Speaking to shareholders after last month’s first quarter financial results were unveiled (not great, but not as bad as expected, in case you wondered), Harley-Davidson bigwig Matt Levatich made the following statement: “… progress in Q1 included steps towards a partnership for a premium small displacement offering in Asia, to expand our reach in that region. We are just over a year away from launching our first model that will help provide access to millions of customers in emerging markets in the region.” Hang on a minute. Doesn’t Harley-Davidson already have a “small displacement” machine in the Asian market? Well, sort of. From what we can find online, Harley-Davidson sells its Street 750 in India, but not the Street 500. Indeed, Harley-Davidson has said in the past that it wasn’t planning to sell the Street 500 in India. International-market versions of the bike are built in India, but not sold there. It is available in other Asian markets, as far as we understand. So, Harley-Davidson is planning something new, then? It sounds like it. Why would Harley-Davidson need to establish a partnership for a bike it’s already producing in India? It sounds much more like Harley-Davidson has another arrangement in mind, something similar to what we see already going on in India with TVS and BMW, or KTM and Bajaj. Although we probably have a good idea what the partnership would look like, it’s somewhat less clear what such a bike could look like. Would we see a single-cylinder cruiser? Or would Harley-Davidson break some stereotypes, like it’s already doing with its streetfighter, adventure bike and electric bike programs? The future of the Motor Company is perhaps more interesting than ever. Vezi sursa
  26. Intrunirea anuala 2019

    Nu am nici o suparare sau apasare, repet "invatatura de minte" Si ca treaba sa nu se mai repete ar trebui sa lasam carcotelile si sa participam/implicam toti, sau ma rog, cat mai multi la organizare. Unde-s multi puterea creste Gata, comentariile nu mai au rost. Sa speram ca nu se mai repeta
  27. The Ultimate Winner: Scott Myers Interview

    The Ultimate Winner: Scott Myers Interview After five days ripping up the Moroccan desert against 11 other KTM 790 ADVENTURE R-mounted racers, Scott Myers talks us through the seven crucial moments that led to him becoming the inaugural KTM ULTIMATE RACE champion. From never having ridden a ‘big’ Adventure bike offroad to winning a five-stage long race in the sands of Africa, Scott Myers’ story is one to be heard. A seasoned motocross, supercross and Baja (21 of them, in fact!) competitor, the 50-year-old American accepted a random invitation to join the KTM ULTIMATE RACE qualifiers by KTM ambassador Quinn Cody and the rest is history. Scott Myers (USA) KTM 790 ADVENTURE R KTM ULTIMATE RACE 2019 © Marcin Kin With Scott providing an in-depth interview to Upshift online magazine, with their permission we’ve extracted the seven major steps in the American’s unique journey to KTM ULTIMATE RACE supremacy. 1) A racing background “My father raced professionally back in the ‘60s and ‘70s. I got into riding when I was three-years old and started racing when I was five or six. I had a career in racing motocross and supercross, but I was no Ricky Carmichael. I got to ride in the best days; the ‘70s, ‘80s, ‘90s. I was lucky to race in the days when you could make a pretty decent living out of it. I had a great career and then I got into racing Baja. I’ve been racing Baja for over 20 years now and I have multiple championships racing down there. That’s how I really got to know Quinn Cody.” Scott Myers (USA) KTM 790 ADVENTURE R KTM ULTIMATE RACE 2019 © Marcin Kin 2) An adventure bike newbie “Quinn is the reason I got the idea of going to the KTM ULTIMATE RACE qualifiers in Park City. I had never been on an adventure bike in my life before. I have a KTM 950 SUPER ENDURO, but did not take that motorcycle on the dirt until recently. Quinn asked me to join the qualifiers at the KTM ADVENTURE RALLY and I just showed up. I had not ridden that motorcycle in the dirt until I pulled up to the line for the special test in Park City. I showed up with an eight-gallon tank and full saddlebags. People were laughing at me like you could have left your bags back at the hotel at least. So, I raced the special with full bags and I won it. That was my jump into adventure bike riding really.” Scott Myers (USA) & Quinn Cody (USA) KTM 790 ADVENTURE R KTM ULTIMATE RACE 2019 © Marcin Kin 3) It’s all getting real … “Before heading to Morocco, I tried my best to eat a bit better and lose a few pounds. I just got on my motorcycle a lot and rode with my son every weekend. With my family, a full-time job and everything in between, that’s all I had time for. What made me a little bit worried at first was the GPS navigation. The idea of rally racing is you’re following this roadbook, you come to a certain turn, and you need to look over and make sure that your ODO matches the road book. So, you know that you’re on course, and boom, off you go again.” Scott Myers (USA) KTM 790 ADVENTURE R KTM ULTIMATE RACE 2019 © Marcin Kin 4) Pre-race woes “I’d never navigated in my life, so I had no idea what I was doing. In Morocco there were a few competitors that had never seen a road book and others who were more experienced. I found it to be not as difficult as I thought. I love the idea of navigation anyway. Racing offroad is not so much that type of navigation but it does require to know your bearings. I’ve always felt that was pretty naturally for me. I found that the navigation itself in this race was hard. It took me a couple of days to get used to it, but I got better and better at it. It was great having Quinn to help and Marc Coma was there every day. The greatest rally navigator on earth, sitting there at a table with me, helping me figure stuff out.” Scott Myers (USA) & Marc Coma (ESP) KTM ULTIMATE RACE 2019 © Marcin Kin 5) In the heart of the Moroccan desert “I thought Morocco was amazing. I’ve never seen so many sand dunes in my entire life. Rocky roads, the technical stuff, the high-speed stuff all suits my style perfectly. But, I’d never even ridden a big bike in the dunes before. I also loved the camaraderie between competitors. There was no competitive nature whatsoever at the end of each day. I would say my buddy Kevin, the farmer from New Zealand, he was probably the most competitive guy there. But it was great. There’s no way it could’ve been a better group. Smiles every day.” Competitors & KTM 790 ADVENTURE R KTM ULTIMATE RACE 2019 © Marcin Kin 6) The KTM 790 ADVENTURE R machine “The KTM 790 ADVENTURE R was amazing. It handled so good for an Adventure bike. I was totally blown away. But at the same time, yeah, I struggled. The sand over there is so soft at points that your bike would instantly be buried. There was no gassing out of it, there was no momentum that you could get. You were going to be there for a few minutes to get it out. KTM has found a niche with a modern-day Adventure bike, with all the bells and whistles, the ABS, the traction control, just the modernization of an Adventure bike, but really dirt-friendly. Great dirt suspension, obviously lighter than one of the bigger bikes, has a good feel to it and a high fender like a dirt bike. For that guy that’s wanting to get into this, the KTM 790 ADVENTURE R is the only and best bike to buy.” Scott Myers (USA) KTM 790 ADVENTURE R KTM ULTIMATE RACE 2019 © Marcin Kin 7) Almost throwing it all away “During the race, I’d find myself holding my breath sometimes, racing in this amazing country. But I also had to deal with mental and physical stress and I almost screwed up the entire thing. I had a perfect week of no problems and entered the last stage with a 33-minute lead, but ended up crashing four or five kilometers before the finish. I came up over this dune and I didn’t make it up. As I was coming up over again I hit a piece of camel grass and went over the bars. It took me a few minutes but finally got the bike back up. From there I cruised it all the way to the finish and that was it. The feeling of everything that was going through my mind was like nothing you can even imagine. Quinn was there yelling at me for almost throwing it all away. But I’ve made it. I’m just so thankful to KTM for everything. I’ll be going to some KTM ULTIMATE RACE qualifiers and I’m so excited to kind of be a part of it.” [embedded content] The full interview was published in issue 33 of Upshift. Photos: Marcin Kin Video: KTM
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