Our Barvarian Beasts

More images to be added soon.

The two images on the left are of Eric's R80G/S. By the way, the seat is orange not pink.
Check out the R80G/S Registry under VIN #6362693 for more info. It is a fairly heavily modified 1981 R80G/S. It currently has over 130,000 miles on the odometer and still runs like new. Note the cordura tank cover on the Acerbis fuel tank. My friend Aaron sews these covers up and it hides the huge size of the tank.
Eva's R80G/S, the two images on the right, is pretty much stock except for the steel BMW Paris-Dakar fuel tank and a set of Al Jesse aluminum saddle bags.

We have been up to Alaska and down to Mexico on these bikes and they are the perfect bike for such trips.
Check out the GPS tracklog from that trip.

Read about a trip up to Bella Coola in British Columbia.
In 1996 Eva and I rode up to Alaska and then down to the end of the Baja Pennisula. Also read our little adventure riding down to Mexico's Copper Canyon.

There has been a new addition to our GS family, a 2006 R1200GS Adventure! It was time to pick up a new GS with all the great feature of this new bike.

Satellite Navigation

If you ride a BMW GS, a GPS is a great accessory for back-country touring. I have created a listing of all BMW motorcycle dealers in the States. Even is you don't have a GS this is a handy database to have in your GPS.
There is a new update of the BMW Motorcycle Dealers waypoint directory. If you find it useful please let me know.

A few years ago I created a local GS internet club. If you are in the Northwest area of the United States, feel free to join in:
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