25-10-19 Chiang Mai Following The Ping River North Of Town

Captain_Slash

Community Manager
Joined
Jun 28, 2011
Bikes
BMW 310GS Honda Wave 125 Honda MSX 125
Distance 69 km
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Heavy rain in town this morning but once out of town no sign that it had ever rained
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Its a pleasant lazy pace following the Ping
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A couple of unpaved tracks were rode
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This was an unmapped one that linked up two paved roads
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Crossing over the Ping to ride south and back home
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Halibut and chips at Gecko Garden 159 Baht
 

Captain_Slash

Community Manager
Joined
Jun 28, 2011
Bikes
BMW 310GS Honda Wave 125 Honda MSX 125
Blimey Tim you are a bit out of touch.
The KLX was sold as soon as I got here last october and replaced with the Wave straightaway.
All of last years ride reports were on the Wave
 

Captain_Slash

Community Manager
Joined
Jun 28, 2011
Bikes
BMW 310GS Honda Wave 125 Honda MSX 125
It was time for it to go and as there was nothing in particular that I fancied I decided to get the Wave as they go anywhere. The only mod I made was putting the YSS rear gas shocks with preload and rebound damping plus I also had the YSS front fork upgrade kit installed too.
Its a totally different bike with that fitted
 

skeedary

Senior Member
Joined
Aug 3, 2011
Location
Chiang Mai
Bikes
Suzuki V Strom, Mighty Honda Wave
It was time for it to go and as there was nothing in particular that I fancied I decided to get the Wave as they go anywhere. The only mod I made was putting the YSS rear gas shocks with preload and rebound damping plus I also had the YSS front fork upgrade kit installed too.
Its a totally different bike with that fitted
Just catching up with your bike news too Colin. So back to the almighty Wave, where do you get the front upgrade kit from.
 

Captain_Slash

Community Manager
Joined
Jun 28, 2011
Bikes
BMW 310GS Honda Wave 125 Honda MSX 125
Hello Gary, good to hear from you.

I went to CMS here in Chiang Mai as they are the suspension experts and the local agents for YSS, the front fork upgrade kit cost me 3700 Baht but well worth it as it now has suspension that doesnt bottom out.
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