There’s been a tremendous amount of request for an update on the new Africa Twin CRF1000L manufacturing process. It’s right here. Only for you.
This is the first step I can introduce you to. We’ve got the crash bars laser cut components earlier this week and immediately begun working on CNC bending the tubes.
We didn’t just stop here: next step is welding. Definitely one of my favorite stages of the manufacturing.
And another exciting shot from a different angle.
The skid plates are ready for assembly, too. At least the first batch of 50 pieces.
It probably has not satisfied you hunger. More exciting stuff will be coming down the line and I’ll show you more of the behind the scene actions next week.
For now, we’re working seven days a week (yes, even Sunday!) to keep up with the demand and to meet the latest deadline of the end of June/first week of July.
Hey Lorry, The craftsmanship on those bars looks awesome. ” Rugged ” I see the skid plate is coming along great too. I cant wait ! I’ve been having a blast riding my new AT. It handles dirt roads as good as hard roads. It sure gets a lot of attention . I hope you have a couple of company decals , because I know they will be checking out the bars and skid plate. Take Care and Thanks for putting in all the time, hopefully you still find a little time to ride your bike. Its good to clear your mind. CYA, from across the lake. Dan McMurdy
You’re on the list to get your Africa Twin crash bars and badass skid plate. You’ll get an email in a couple of days.. Ride safe.
How much to ship a DCT set to Yokohama Japan? Thanks.
Hey True Adventure,
Roughly 8000 Japanese Yen (100CAD).
Thanks for the shipping info, Lorry.
Regarding the DCT lower guard, does it have to be removed to access the DCT filter? If so, what’s involved? Also, when will they be available for ordering?
We ‘re on first week of July.
How is everything with the production? is this able to sell and ship?
Do you still have new pics from last part of production??