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What a great noise, it sounds like itís hardly working. Any Panther is rare but you have the exclusive Enduro model! Gravel and dirt doesnít seem to bother the Panther or you at all. I have long admired the big sloper engine with the full length U bolts that support the cases through the head to the frame, brilliant!
Cool bike Nick. I've only seen one once before - at a Retreads Motorcycle Club meetup in Houston. The guy was in the military stationed in England and brought it back with him. Said they were commonly used with sidecars. Any desire to put a hack on it?
Thump-----------------Thump---------------Thump------------------Thump , Sound of a Panther at high RPM near valve float.
All bikes are ADV bikes . After reading Des Molloy's adventures of riding from China to Holland (The Last Hurrah) and in South America (No one said it would be easy) on his Panther 'Penelope', a little bit of easy trail seemed like nothing.
Nick, your videos are so nice to watch because of your relaxed pace, beautiful scenery, multiple camera angles, ride bys (time consuming!) and calm narration. At the risk of hijacking here is a video of a friend's 650 Panther from the perspective of trying to keep up on the old bacon slicer. There's a Panther footpeg moment about 5:20 in. It was a 150 mile day for the bikes. https://youtu.be/UapNHMz1ibg
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