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No.: 12  Name: Franz Schlager CalendarSigned at: Mar 18th, 2011 at 16:28
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Hello from Austria.

I found your hompage in the web and was happy to get a lot of interesting informations during the TR1.
I buyed my TR1 1989 with 8000 km, because my girlfriend says, this is a good, heavy and very nice bike.
In the last 22 years i drived every year some km, but in all the years my bike reached max. 43ooo km.
I´m happy to be owner of a TR1, because she´s a beautifull old bike. Each of my friends say, that this bike is´n t 30 years old.
Sorry that my english is not so good, but this homepage is very good and i will send you good wishes from austria - leobersdorf.

best remarks
franz schlager
 
No.: 11  Name: Andreas CalendarSigned at: Feb 9th, 2011 at 21:53
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A very good site - clearly a labour of love. And very informative about the marque. Have learned more here than from the rest of the net!!!

Keep up the good work.

BTW - Motorradfahrer are not drivers, but Riders!! We are astride the beast, not caged by it.
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Riders? Well, you are right. I´ll change my menu soon... ;-) Manfred
 
No.: 10  Name: John D Reinhard CalendarSigned at: Dec 28th, 2010 at 00:08
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GREAT SITE...
I had signed your guest book on the "old" site...I hope everything will be transfered soon...I´d like to add pictures of my bikes when the "new" site is completed...

Keep up the good work...These are "rare" motorcycles in the USA...They were only sold here in 1981 & 1982...And 1/2 of the ones imported for the ´82 model year were unsold and exported back out of the country...As best as I have been able to determine there were only about "980 warranty registrations" in the USA for the XV920RJ model... :-(
 
No.: 9  Name: Tom CalendarSigned at: Nov 3rd, 2010 at 01:20
My previous bike (about my 6th or 7th) was a 1982 Yamaha VX920RJ. I loved this machine and was drawn to the styling. But it seems that at that time Japan had decided that any V twin introduced to the US market should try to look like a Harley Sportster, so this model was not very popular and began to be known as the "Euro" model. I rode it until my 60th birthday in 2006 and decided that if ever I was to get a new motorcycle, now was the time. I gave the Yamaha to my son and bought a Suzuik V-Strom DL1000 with which I am certainly pleased. I began searching for a part for the old XV and discovered that I might have better results on a European forum. Until recently, I didn´t realize that the TR1 is nearly identical to my trusty Yamaha. I´m glad to know there´s such a following for this great machine.
 
No.: 8  Name: Hajue CalendarSigned at: Sep 1st, 2010 at 21:29
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Dear TR1 Friends all over the World,


it is a good feeling if i read this page! Soooo good! I´m living in Germany, in the near of Hamburg.
My Bike is a .............. TR1, Year of the first Date:1982.

My first Bike was a XS 400, my second Bike was a TR1 (Year 1981),my
third Bike was a Transalp (Honda).

I was driving this Year a lot of kilometre in the North of Germany, it was great with this Bike..........it´s a good feeling and very sure - smile.

So Friends, all Times a good Trip! :-D

Hajue
 
No.: 7  Name: MILLE Bernard CalendarSigned at: Aug 22nd, 2010 at 16:53
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Vraiment bravo. Très beau et très chaleureux site. On sent la passion et l´amitié, and i love that. Je vais cette semaine en Belgique chercher la tr1 que je viens d´acheter. Il y a une semaine je ne connaissais pas cette moto; J´en suis tombé amoureux. Ce sera ma "petite" Mille Vincent".
Encore bravo et à bientôt.
 
No.: 6  Name: bougai CalendarSigned at: Aug 3rd, 2010 at 17:10
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bonjour merci a toutes et a tous pour le merveilleux acceuil lors du rassemblement a rieden 2010 ,j´ai pleins de souvenir et de contacts que du bonheur et pleins de photos .IVAN
 
No.: 5  Name: Padomalley CalendarSigned at: Jul 29th, 2010 at 22:41
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Bonjour
Bravo, ton site m´a beaucoup aidé pour redémarrer mon TR1.

A+
 
No.: 4  Name: Fabian CalendarSigned at: Jul 28th, 2010 at 17:06
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Really great site thx. I´ve just aquired my 1st TR1 and i´m loving it....just a starting issue ??????

Any advise???
 
No.: 3  Name: Luke CalendarSigned at: Jul 27th, 2010 at 07:13
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Hi there, great site, do you know anyone who has a full front cylinder head for sale for a 1981 TR1, sadly blew mine due to rocker oil starvation.
Thank you
Luke
 
No.: 2  Name: Thomas Richardson CalendarSigned at: Jul 8th, 2010 at 17:59
This is a great website Manfred! I´ve got an XV750 plus an XV920 that I´m using for parts), and your gallery is a great source of inspiration for modifying.
 
No.: 1  Name: Manfred CalendarSigned at: Jul 1st, 2010 at 00:16
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Welcome to my new guestbook!

Please leave a message and tell me if www.TR1.de is useful for you, where you´re from and what bike(s) you are riding.

Thank´s a lot!

Manfred
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