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Here are a couple of pictures of Tom Morrow's '88 BROS 650 in front of Edinburgh Castle in Edinburgh, Scotland. It wasn't easy for Tom to take this picture, so I hope you enjoy it. Thanks Tom.
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Paul has been busy. This is the same bike pictured above . . . well sort of. Aside from the new paint and front end, it is also now a 750, thanks to an XRV750 Africa Twin. These track shots are from the '97 PB Track Thrash.
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Like many Hawk GT and BROS owners, Totty's project continues . . . It may have taken a highside at Cadwell Park to finally motivate him into finally installing this Japanese import endurance style fairing (I know he'd had it well over a year!), but it looks good now that he has.
This is Alasdair Boyd's "bog standard" 400 BROS at Green Park, Glasgow, Scotland. I think this is a cool picture. Thanks Alasdair.
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Here, all the way from Denmark, is John Jensen's 697cc RC31. It's quite obvious from the pictures above John's been pretty busy with his Hawk GT, but here are some of the details - polished frame & swingarm, RC30 fairing & seat, RC30 forks, front wheel, brakes & rear wheel, RC30 gauges, machined rearsets, stainless brakelines, and TechnoFlex rear shock. To make it run as good as it looks John added 697cc Slipper pistons, balanced crank, head work, porting & oversized valves by Gerd Thiel, Dr. Schrick cams, Factory jetkit, Uni pods, and a TBR exhaust. The combination is good for 72bhp at the rear wheel . . . very nice indeed.
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Here's another awesome BROS special from Denmark. Morten Kristiansen spent over a year putting this Africa Twin powered machine together - time well spent I think. He made the subframe and many other parts himself. While Morten started this project before seeing Phil White's now famous Duhawki (page 6), he credits all of his modifications to what he has seen and read on this and other websites. Cheers Morten.
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Dimitri Bracke from Amsterdam sent me these pictures of his 1988 Hawk GT. This Hoogland tuned NT put out 53bhp at the rear wheel with 90,000km (56,000 miles) on it. It's now done over 180,000km (111,847 miles!). Other mods include Technoflex fork springs and rear shock, BSM Vampire exhaust and a small twin headlight nose fairing. Dimitri, maybe you could send me some more pictures of your bike down in one of the more famous Amsterdam landmarks? =;-)
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This Hawk GT belongs to Rapp Christian who lives in Tirol, Austria, near the Brenner Pass to Italy - read awesome Hawk GT roads! Michelin Hi Sports and WP shock and fork springs keep this Hawk glued to the twisty Alpine roads while Spiegler brakelines improve stopping. Platti, a good friend, designed and upholstered the seat while Christian spent countless hours polishing the swingarm.
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