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Joined
Dec 21, 2011
Messages
19
Location
Spring, TX
#1
Howdy All,

I'll be moving to the NW Houston area by July 2012, relocating from Tulsa, OK for work.

I have one of these:



Used to have one of these until recently:



I had the KLR a few years and grew tired of wrestling the pig around. Sold it and I'll be looking to add a lighter bike to the stable after the move. I'll probably keep the Vulcan since the wife likes to ride with me on it. Anyway hope to meet up and ride with some or all of you when we get settled in.

Later,

Greg
 

greeneggs&ham

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Joined
Dec 18, 2009
Messages
1,325
Location
KYLE, TX
#12
Welcome! :sun: Tulsa to Houston...Few tornados but..
Seriously, great bunch of TWTer's there. You will get lots of riding in. And the roads have a few more curves than OK.; makes for nice riding. As for a dirt bike, you can meet many riders in the Dualsporting and Offroad riders sections. Sam Houston Nat. Forest is where many people ride locally.
 
Joined
Dec 21, 2011
Messages
19
Location
Spring, TX
#17
Yup, the DL 1000 "Adventure" models only come in black, in the sunlight it has a slight hint of blue metal flake in the paint. The more I ride it, the more I like it!
 
Joined
Feb 13, 2012
Messages
3,786
Location
Dallas, TX
#18
Nice bike. However, I will admit, OEM colors on a strom are more like a blank Ghillie suit. Use it to attach your mud, moss and various other bits of nature/travels to make it yours. We have plenty of places in Texas to do so.

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