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  1. SoCalEddie

    2019 Honda Africa Twin

    The 2019 Honda Africa Twin is here. Check out the news post from africatwin.org if you haven’t seen it: https://africatwin.org/2018/10/18/2019-honda-africa-twin-updates/
  2. SoCalEddie

    Snapon vs Mac vs Matco?

    Hey everyone, Currently in the market for newer high quality tools to replace our old but reliable U.S. made Craftsman set. The tools will be used in a home garage setting but will pass it down to the next generation. This will be an ongoing process to get the tools we need but wanted to get...
  3. SoCalEddie

    Why aren’t motorcycle test rides readily available to U.S. riders?

    With new motorcycles coming out like hot cakes every year, it seems like dealers around the world get the new models announced first and make the motorcycles readily available for test rides. Why is it that U.S. dealers don’t have test models readily available to riders with proper credentials...
  4. 2019 Honda Africa Twin RHP Blue White Red

    2019 Honda Africa Twin RHP Blue White Red

    2019 Honda Africa Twin RHP Blue White Red
  5. 2019 Africa Twin Adventure Monotone

    2019 Africa Twin Adventure Monotone

    2019 Africa Twin Adventure Monotone RFQ
  6. 2019 Africa Twin Adventure Monotone

    2019 Africa Twin Adventure Monotone

    2019 Africa Twin Adventure Monotone RFQ
  7. 2019 Honda Africa Twin RHP Matte Black Metallic

    2019 Honda Africa Twin RHP Matte Black Metallic

    2019 Honda Africa Twin RHP Matte Black Metallic
  8. 2019 Honda Africa Twin FR34 Matte Black Metallic

    2019 Honda Africa Twin FR34 Matte Black Metallic

    2019 Honda Africa Twin FR34 Matte Black Metallic
  9. Admin

    africatwin.org v2.0 features and updates

    Hi everyone, Thank you for being a member of africatwin.org. We truly appreciate you being here. The forum was established in 2015 and many improvements have been made and will be made. We're happy to share with you africatwin.org v2.0. Thank you to those who made suggestions and big shout out...
  10. Admin

    2019 Honda Africa Twin Updates

    Wanted to start a new thread and discuss the 2019 Honda Africa Twin. Honda has a new color scheme for base and adventure sports model. From a user on instagram @attapirati Blue with red and white accent for the base and behind it is the Adventure Sports model with a gray/silver theme...
  11. Admin

    Garmin inReach Mini

    Garmin recently released the inReach mini and thought it was pretty cool. Anyone use anything similar? $349 on Amazon
  12. Admin

    What's in your bag contest announced!

    Show us what's in your bag when you travel for a chance to win a gallon of Motul 5w50 and OEM engine filter(s). Winner will be asked to specify if they own a DCT model. Hit up this thread here: https://africatwin.org/threads/what’s-in-your-bag-when-you-ride.1648/#post-8296 Edit* Bag is defined...
  13. Admin

    What’s in your bag when you ride?

    Whats in your bag when you ride? Extra clothes? Camera? Dead body? Edit* Bag is defined by panniers (soft or hard), tank bags and duffel bags like the Mosko backcountry 40l. Tool bags will not be considered but feel free to post. Best photo of contents in bag will win a gallon of Motul 10w50...
  14. SoCalEddie

    SOLVED Honda Africa Twin rear rim size 4" vs 4.25"

    Was doing some homework on the rear rim sizes yesterday and Honda equips the Africa Twin with a 18" x 4" rear rim. There are aftermarket rims available that offer a 18" x 4.25" rim. Can anyone explain the advantages to both rims? A bit confused at the moment.
  15. SoCalEddie

    Free 2018 africatwin.org decals!

    Hey everyone, Thank you again for the support and being a part of africatwin.org. Wishing everyone a happy 2018. We’re giving away free decals! Submit what you did to your Africa Twin at https://www.africatwin.org/threads/what-did-you-do-to-your-bike-today.1282/page-2#post-7067 and message...
  16. Admin

    **2018 ADV/DUAL SPORTS EVENTS**

    Happy 2018 everyone! Hope many good things come this year. Wanted to start this 2018 ADV/Dual Sport events thread and will add more info soon. Let us know if you know of any local or national events. 01/07/18-12/23/18 - AMA District 2 Polar Bear Grand Tour • Northeast USA • Organized by Polar...
  17. Admin

    Africatwin.org Rider's Rally Questions

    Hi everyone! Africatwin.org is in it's early stages of planning a rally in the summer of 2018. We wanted to get a general idea of what riders like and want in a motorcycle rally. Some of the questions that come to our minds are: When in the summer of 2018 would be a good time to do a rally? How...
  18. Admin

    Africatwin.org Legacy Sales and Classifieds Rules - Effective Immediately

    This section is dedicated to members of africatwin.org to advertise their legacy motorcycles, gear, parts and other motorcycle related items. This section is not for commercial sales unless you have an advertising contract with africatwin.org. To find out more about obtaining an advertising...
  19. SoCalEddie

    Honda Africa Twin XRV 750 RD07A Specs 1996-2003

    Specs for Honda Africa Twin XRV 750 RD07A 1996-2003 Engine Liquid-cooled 4-stroke SOHC 52˚ V-twin Bore × Stroke 81 × 72mm Displacement 742cm Compression Ratio 9 : 1 Carburettors 36mm flat-slide CV-type × 2 Max. Power Output 60PS/7,500rpm (DIN) (44.1kW/7,500min-1) Max. Torque 6.3kg-m/6,500rpm...
  20. SoCalEddie

    Honda Africa Twin XRV 750 RD07 Specs 1993-1995

    Specs for Honda Africa Twin XRV 750 RD07 1993-1995 Engine Liquid-cooled 4-stroke SOHC 52˚ V-twin Bore × Stroke 81 × 72mm Displacement 742cm Compression Ratio 9 : 1 Carburettors 36mm flat-slide CV-type × 2 Max. Power Output 60PS/7,500rpm (DIN) (44.1kW/7,500min-1) Max. Torque 6.3kg-m/6,500rpm...

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