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    1942 WLC Dual-Sporting In Poland

    '87 TW200
    '94 Sportster 1200
    '74 XL70 Frankenbike
    '76 CT90
    '72 CT70
    '72 XL250

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    I could even ride that trail on my TW....
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    Fun to watch!

    Rigid frame, floorboards, foot clutch, hand shift, springer forks with maybe 3" of travel.

    Good stuff, wish I had one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWilight View Post
    I don't see how that was dual-sport riding, in the sense we call it here in North America. In Poland, those roads and trails he was on, are the Polish National Highway System. And, to be honest, I could have ridden my Honda Goldwing 1800 down the same roads/trails.

    Nice bike though !
    Those roads are rougher than a lot of the super dual-sport dudes here in America ever actually ride on their high dollar three-letter Euro bikes!
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    '94 Sportster 1200
    '74 XL70 Frankenbike
    '76 CT90
    '72 CT70
    '72 XL250

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    I remember reading an article in Walneck's about a guy who raced a '28 or so Harley JD in the Terlingua enduro every year from about the mid '50s to the late '70s. Of course he never won, but he finished every year which put him ahead of a lot of more appropriate bikes.
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    '94 Sportster 1200
    '74 XL70 Frankenbike
    '76 CT90
    '72 CT70
    '72 XL250

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