Members who ride a F800ST

New profile, as i have forgotten what i used before.

Jonathan Heptinstall, Father of 2 , professional "white Knight "

My name is Andrew Bleeker. I am married and have one child. I started riding when I was 12 years of age riding dirt bikes (KE175 mostly). At 17 I got Myself a Honda 500cc Sweetdreams. At 19 I bought My first 750cc Gixxer. 4 Gixxers later I got Myself a 800 Marauder (about a year ago). This month I bought My first BMW. A F800ST 2007 model. What a bike. The enjoyment of a tourer with the grunt of a superbike. Thats My life in shorthand.
Trevor Davids - leisure rider. Safety conscious - Producer of a radio and television programme on motorcycles (The Biker Show)
My name is Erick and i commute back and forth between Somerset West and Rondebosch. I have a wife and child (2 year old daughter)
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Mostly commute - the odd Sunday run Love the ST
Dermot Magowan, just moved down to Simon's Town from JHB, used to do breakfast runs 3 out of 4 weekends, have been to BMW Annual get-togethers, am reasonably fit, keen to find out about some of the great passes to ride in the Cape area, over 60, semi-retired, youngest son at University and am divorced.
I am a swallow, in Cape Town for the good weather only. I have taken up biking after a 35 year break just one year + ago, but have put in a lot of kms since in South Africa, Brazil and France. Now own quite a lot of bikes (and many classic cars), with 800ST being my favourite. Keen historic motor racing driver, and also sailboat racer. Live in Noordhoek. Irvine Laidlaw
I do 90kms a day and absolutely love it.
love biking
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My name is Jacques, business owner, family man, car-lover and motor cycle-man! I am married to Wilna who also loves to be on the bike with me. I love the freedom of 2-wheels whether for business or pleasure. I haven't owned a bike for 5 years and just could not take it any longer. Going against everyone's negativity towards our machines, I bought my first BMW bike! My father owned a few over the years, but it is amazing having a 2-wheel Beemer of my own!! I enjoyed the rides with the club so far - enjoying meeting new people and riding through this beautiful God-given province!!


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