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No.: 79  Name: Frank Haentschke CalendarSigned at: Oct 5th, 2014 at 19:14
Here in the States we call it an XV920RH
No.: 78  Name: williams CalendarSigned at: Aug 19th, 2014 at 22:53
Thank you Sr. for your support page, is not easy to finde people like you. I´ve buy XV 750-1982, one month ago not good condition !!. My future proyect will be to do a café racer bike. I hope contact with your in the future to share my adventure

Thanks a lot.
No.: 77  Name: Joseph Roucek CalendarSigned at: Aug 14th, 2014 at 21:24
Great website! I have had several bikes in the past and the TR1 is a model I would like to own and ride.
No.: 76  Name: Joao Chaves CalendarSigned at: Jul 28th, 2014 at 22:25
Great site. Is there a way for me to get Sepp Koch´s contact information? Amazing bikes!
No.: 75  Name: Frank CalendarSigned at: Jun 21st, 2014 at 13:59
first day on this site
thank you for a great site
still learning where to look and how to post Q´s
have TR1 (980 cc I think, not the 920 xv ) some people
don´t seem to know the difference
Also have K1200GT and GL1200
have to mention only understand English, but learning how to use
google translate
No.: 74  Name: Reinhold Windsheimer CalendarSigned at: May 28th, 2014 at 11:09
Ich habe mir die TR 1 als zweit-Maschine gekauft und hege Sie nun ständig als Lieblingsmaschine bei mir. Hatte als erste eine Honda CX 500. Habe diese vor einigen Jahren wieder verkauft und nun NUR meine TR 1! Ich hab sie in diesem Jahr vom Chopperumbau auf Original mit allen Erneuerungen (Bremsleitungen, Lenklager, Öldämpfer,Lenker u.s.w.) zurückgebaut. Sieht toll aus! Meine TR 1 hat jetzt 52´Km drauf ist Erstzulassung 02.09.1981 und läuft suuuuppeeeerrrr! Ist eine 5A8 mit der Nummer 003410. Viel Spaß Euch allen vom TR 1 Reini
No.: 73  Name: John Shales CalendarSigned at: May 25th, 2014 at 21:45
My First Yamaha :-)
No.: 72  Name: Sigi Grieshaber CalendarSigned at: May 10th, 2014 at 15:07
Hallo zusammen. Letzte Woche Freitag,02.05.14 traf ich per Zufall einen angefressenen TR1 Freak hier in Kapstadt.Er besitzt 15 fahrbereite!!.Wenn er September-October Zeit hat, (macht komplett Restaurationen vom feinsten) schweisst er mir einen Edelstahl Auspuff und macht am Motor Feintuning.Seit meinem letzten Eintrag kam ich leider erst auf weitere 34000km, inclusive 2 mal die komplette Gardenroute. Gruss Sigi
No.: 71  Name: Volker Helbig CalendarSigned at: Mar 26th, 2014 at 18:54
Bin seit 15 Jahren begeisterter TR1 Fahrer, die Maschine hat mich nie im Stich gelassen und ich brauche keinen anderen Tourer.
No.: 70  Name: Peter Micael Dibeus CalendarSigned at: Mar 9th, 2014 at 17:56
Hello Manfred, love the site, regards Peter
No.: 69  Name: Joakim CalendarSigned at: Mar 2nd, 2014 at 10:46
Thank you so much fore this page, has helpt me alot!
No.: 68  Name: Kirk CalendarSigned at: Feb 6th, 2014 at 21:22
Greetings all from the USA! I own a ´81 XV920R but found this site through searching for info! Anyone know of a German-English translator that works with the forums?
If you are a registered forum user and logged in, the forum offers you a (Google powered) translate option... Greetings, Manfred
No.: 67  Name: karl moore lewy CalendarSigned at: Jan 30th, 2014 at 00:27
hi very interested in TR1 after seeing a very nice german bike in the IOM in wishes from ireland .It is a great web site
No.: 66  Name: Rix Parling CalendarSigned at: Jan 8th, 2014 at 21:10
X Factory Suzuki Wrench
XV 920 RH 76k miles
No.: 65  Name: Fletch CalendarSigned at: Jan 7th, 2014 at 10:01
Hi Manfred, I live in South Africa and acquired a neglected XV 1000 TR1 late last year as a donor bike for a Cafe conversion and will hopefully get support and answers to technical questions from your forum. I am currently riding the following bikes; XS 650D ´77 - fully restored and owned by me since ´77; HD XL1200R ´05; Triumph Tiger 1050 ´07 - my workhorse & daily commuter, Triumph Thunderbird Storm ´11 - my favourite funtime bike at the moment.
No.: 64  Name: arris7 CalendarSigned at: Jan 5th, 2014 at 19:46
hallo alle zusammen !
bin wirklich froh, über einen kleinen Umweg (Danke Robert für Deine Tipps !!) auf diese Site gestossen zu sein. War selber mal u.a. lange Jahre Eigner einer TR1, grün (natürlich) und arbeite derzeit an einem Umbauprojekt in die Richtung pure Bike, ohne Schnörkel.. Sepps Anregungen (Bilder) waren dazu sehr hilfreich. Ich bin gespannt wie sich mein Projekt entwickelt, alles Gute für 2014 !
No.: 63  Name: Josh CalendarSigned at: Jan 5th, 2014 at 09:05
Hallo, bin neu hier und habe mich soeben angemeldet. Komme aus der Nähe von Weinheim/Bergstraße, habe gestern eine TR erstanden und bin auf diese Seite gestoßen, auf der es wohl noch viel zu entdecken gibt. Würde mich drüber freuen, wenn mir der ein, oder andere unter die Achsel langt, falls ich mal eine Anfängerfrage habe.
Grüße aus dem Odenwald.
Josh (Zwo-Radler)
No.: 62  Name: sa1964 CalendarSigned at: Dec 23rd, 2013 at 16:33
Hi Manfred

As a new TR1 owner this page is a must!! great job, and I hope to learn a lot more about my TR1. Have already looked at the technics and solved the first minor problem, just great.
No.: 61  Name: Pauli Lahti CalendarSigned at: Nov 18th, 2013 at 10:12
Hi Manfred, I found this site already a couple of years ago (at least) and thought then already that it is great that people have the enthusiasm to do stuff like this. Finally a couple of months ago I managed to buy a TR1 for myself - and quite enjoy riding it!
No.: 60  Name: John Gill CalendarSigned at: Nov 12th, 2013 at 12:28
Hi Manfred, I have just found your site - it looks very informative .As a TR1 fan from many years - riding them for commuting and touring ,its good to know there is a place where owners can get support and pass on useful information. I live in the UK and there are still places that provide parts and service for them. I have two at present - one which I bought recently for less than £300 is standard and needs some minor restoration. The other is , I think unique - it has been mildly customized to look like a full-dress Harley ,fitted with twin tanks and snap-on filler caps , Instruments in the centre above the frame in an aluminium housing .a lowrider saddle and sissy bar ,one-off touring mudguards and straight through exhausts. Its only done 6800 miles from new and was evidently the winner of the Kent Custom bike award in the 1980s .It has the emblem "HarDley -Davidson " in gold leaf lettering on the tank .Dave Minton wrote about it in Motor Cycle Sport and Jim Fogg did a feature in Back-Street Heroes magazine .I am currently re-commissioning it to use next summer .If any of your members remember it I would be grateful for any information about it .Thanks again for the work that goes into maintaining a site such as this .John
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