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Edward Pfister
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Hello Airheads - just joined and am excited to be here. Will soon be on my fourth GS - it started close to 40yrs ago with an R80G/S, #2 was the R1150GS, #3 the Wethead version and now, #4 is back to a1981 Vintage R80G/S MOA-Foundation raffle prize fully restored by Dutch Lammers and I'll receive it in a few weeks at the 2023 50th BMW MOA National Rally June 8-10, 2023 - Excited as hell!  


I'll be on the lookout for pannier racks and panniers, as well as increased lighting and heated vest hookups.  

Best wishes and safe riding! 

Ed 'EAP' Pfister



Posted : 04/26/2023 11:55
Eric Morales reacted
John Young
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WOW! Congratulations.  Enjoy your new bike.

Posted : 04/26/2023 18:02
Peter Miller
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That's awesome...I wanted to win that so bad!





Posted : 05/12/2023 03:47
Eric Morales
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Congrats sir! I was 2 digits away from winning the 22 MOA raffle R75? Would've been a great ending to my first rally. ha ha!

V/R Eric

This post was modified 11 months ago by Eric Morales
Posted : 06/04/2023 06:32
Jim Spucches
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Any updates on your GS?

Posted : 09/10/2023 16:55
Edward Pfister
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Sorry for the delay, my wet head has been sitting idle for the past 2,600 miles. I completed a great ride from Maryland to the Niagra Falls, Canada area and was able to meet 'Dutch', the restorer of the bike. 

Farkles added, include  GPS, a wind deflector, hand guards, pannier racks and the right side pannier. Researching the optimal amount of electrics I can add. Having fun! 

Posted : 10/20/2023 05:14


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