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    Senior Member rmcglad55's Avatar
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    Is anyone familiar with Borile motorcycles? They are expensive for sure but The Multiuso and the Scrambler are very neat bikes. The Multiuso is kind of like a thin tire TW. I can't afford either one, but I can dream.
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    I dig the concept of the multiuso. Been following that for awhile.



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

    Powdercoated '87 frame, extended swingarm, YZ fork legs, ATV tire, 14/55, XT350 tank, spliced quick-release seat, disc brake conversion, beeg headlight, beeger rack, Lizrdcooler, Lizrdventz and bunch of other stuff all covered in invisible ink.

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    I hadn't heard of Borile before, but I like that Multiuso!



    Just a little heavier than that other euro bike that calls to the TW crowd, the Ossa Explorer, but looks to be about $2K or so less expensive and much more utilitarian.



    I sure would like to see more bikes like that in the US.
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    Needs more fuel capacity, I do like it though.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    The top frame tube is the tank. Frame is all aloonyum. Under 200 pounds.



    XT225 power with the weight of a CT90. Sounds good on paper, though most of the components fall into the "knockoff" category. Zongshen motor, etc.



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

    Powdercoated '87 frame, extended swingarm, YZ fork legs, ATV tire, 14/55, XT350 tank, spliced quick-release seat, disc brake conversion, beeg headlight, beeger rack, Lizrdcooler, Lizrdventz and bunch of other stuff all covered in invisible ink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    The top frame tube is the tank. Frame is all aloonyum. Under 200 pounds.



    XT225 power with the weight of a CT90. Sounds good on paper, though most of the components fall into the "knockoff" category. Zongshen motor, etc.
    The top tube is the tank, but it's to small, 4.2 litres or one gallon just ain't enough, I go past the last lamp post in town.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    Move to a smaller town?



    I think they'd be pretty cool if they hold up. Would have to see one in the flesh.



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

    Powdercoated '87 frame, extended swingarm, YZ fork legs, ATV tire, 14/55, XT350 tank, spliced quick-release seat, disc brake conversion, beeg headlight, beeger rack, Lizrdcooler, Lizrdventz and bunch of other stuff all covered in invisible ink.

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    Yeah, I'd really like to look one over, looks like a ton of fun to me.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    The Multiuso would be perfect as an RV or even Marine utility bike. 188 lbs. would not be too difficult to wrestle on & off a boat, or RV bumper.



    As thin as it is, it would store easily. With the pannier racks that seem to be a factory option, it would make shopping for supplies and touring for fun equally enjoyable.
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