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Best Adventure roads you have ridden on your Norton

Discussion in 'Access Norton Pub' started by CanukNortonNut, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. CanukNortonNut

    CanukNortonNut

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    ludwig,
    I have a cortech magnetic 12 ltr tank bag for my roadster 3.5 gal and p11. https://www.revzilla.com/product_images/0040/1275/cortech_super2012_liter_magnetic_tank_bag_zoom.jpg
    It may work for you if you didn't make your new tank out of alloy. It snaps up good and tight just behind the filler cap. I use the 18 ltr on my interstate.
    "The grandeur of the scenery can not be captured on film :"
    I know exactly what you mean. You have to be there to see it. The camera just doesn't cut it.
    Cheers,
    Thomas
     
  2. Deets55

    Deets55 VIP MEMBER

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  3. eskasteve

    eskasteve VIP MEMBER

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    Safford, AZ to Springerville, AZ on AZ hwy 191 also known as the Coronado Trail. Rode this loop this fall. Did it years ago when it was AZ hwy 666. I was attending the Buell owners rally at the time on my XB9R
    CanukNortonNut also mentioned this route
     
    Last edited: Nov 18, 2018
  4. CanukNortonNut

    CanukNortonNut

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    Deets55,
    I will start another thread in the commando section. I'll take some pictures of my roadster and interstate to show the two bags and the size difference. Lets keep this thread on topic. I got a little carried away with ludwig's rig.:rolleyes:
    Cheers,
    Thomas
     

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