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    Default Namaskaram from Prateek

    Hi fellow riders, This is Prateek from Thane. I own a RE himalayan BS4. My riding comprise of daily (almost) commute to office and weekend rides. I also enjoy long rides trips.
    My last weekend ride was Royal Enfield ONE RIDE.
    My last bike trip was Thane to Ganpatiphule.
    I hope to learn new things here and interact with like minded fellow riders.

    Happy riding..

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    Thumbs up Re: Namaskaram from Prateek

    Intro approved.

    Welcome Prateek, its really nice to have you with us. You'll find many like minded friends here.

    Here's where you can generally discuss your bike:- https://www.xbhp.com/talkies/motorcy...himalayan.html

    Here's where you can make friends from your city & Mumbai/ Pune:- https://www.xbhp.com/talkies/xbhp-of...2g-thread.html

    If you need any other help, go to my profile and send me a message...

    Kindly bookmark the above 2 links & take your time understanding Xbhp...

    Wish you all the best & Ride safe.
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    Default Re: Namaskaram from Prateek

    Hi Prateek, welcome to xBhp!
    Ride hard. Ride safe.

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    Default Re: Namaskaram from Prateek

    Quote Originally Posted by pawarprateek View Post
    Hi fellow riders, This is Prateek from Thane. I own a RE himalayan BS4. My riding comprise of daily (almost) commute to office and weekend rides. I also enjoy long rides trips.
    My last weekend ride was Royal Enfield ONE RIDE.
    My last bike trip was Thane to Ganpatiphule.
    I hope to learn new things here and interact with like minded fellow riders.

    Happy riding..

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    Welcome aboard buddy. Just curious about something in those pictures, the saddle bags! Didn't they cause any issue being so close to the exhaust?

    Happy riding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo77k View Post
    Welcome aboard buddy. Just curious about something in those pictures, the saddle bags! Didn't they cause any issue being so close to the exhaust?

    Happy riding
    Thanks Neo77k.

    A little bit about the saddle bag:

    Saddle bag is from "Trek and Ride". It has straps near saddle support ends. So, it remains intact (vertically) at the saddle support end. As we move outside, the bag tend to sag (refer to pic from my ride to Bhopal with fully loaded saddle bag).
    Yes, it comes very close to exhaust, but I have not faced any issue with this. Also, I always ensure that rain cover is very tight to bag near exhaust area (with help of bungy cords). I keep checking the raincoat cover at every stop.Name:  IMG_20190520_151936.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by pawarprateek View Post
    Thanks Neo77k.

    A little bit about the saddle bag:

    Saddle bag is from "Trek and Ride". It has straps near saddle support ends. So, it remains intact (vertically) at the saddle support end. As we move outside, the bag tend to sag (refer to pic from my ride to Bhopal with fully loaded saddle bag).
    Yes, it comes very close to exhaust, but I have not faced any issue with this. Also, I always ensure that rain cover is very tight to bag near exhaust area (with help of bungy cords). I keep checking the raincoat cover at every stop.Name:  IMG_20190520_151936.jpg
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    Cool man. Great ride. Hopefully I'm going on a short ride tomorrow lol
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