Two of our customers went the extra mile and proudly showed off their newly outfitted BMW F800GS models.
Not everyone’s into writing reviews, testimonials and snapping photos and actually take their time to email them to me. Some will though and that’s what has happened twice this month so far! In return I’d like to thank these good fellows by posting photos of their gorgeous bikes that I’m sure will inspire you as well.
I met Mark (US, Virginia) last year at the Horizons Unlimited Ontario meeting and he instantly jumped on the opportunity to get a rear luggage rack from me. More followed this year as he wanted to sport even more Outback Motortek farkles and got rid of his previous protective armor. The result is the following:
Here’s what he had to say: “You did great with offering a color choice, too much black out there! They look awesome, and I know they will work well, but never really want to fully test them…”
By the way, Mark is a proud GS Giants and BMW MOA member and has written a couple of articles on adventure accessories he has had extensive experience with. Very knowledgeable person and rider.
James from Melbourne, Australia contacted me some three weeks ago. He really wanted his bike to have the same protective armor as Kinga’s (www.OnHerBike.com). There was one problem though: finding affordable shipping rates on such large order to Melbourne! Luckily, we have a decent inventory in Europe where Outback Motortek parts are made and shipping from Hungary was the cheapest option. Way cheaper than from the Canadian or US warehouse.
James had liked the products and services so much that he felt he had to let other adventure riders know about his experience with Outback Motortek and posted a review on two sites.
Here’s a snippet of the review: “Hey guys, just thought I’d give a little bit of a pictorial review of some new Outback Motortek crash bars I got for my bike. The owner of the company Lorry couldn’t have been more helpful in sourcing cheapest method of getting these shipped to Australia, and is just an overall really nice guy as well. The bars themselves feel extremely strong, nice welds and wrap around the bike really well, more so than the…”
Full review: Australian Adventure Bike Riders and www.AdvRider.com . Click on either of the site names to see the full review, photos and others’ opinion.
As it stands, there seem to be more reviews and stunning adventure bike photos on the horizon. Stay tuned by signing up for our newsletter.
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