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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
Wifey riding our 38yr old son's RM 80 when he was small eniough to ride it!
My lovely wife of 22 years who agreed to join me on a short ride around the world on 100cc SYM Symbas.
On the road between Portland, Oregon and the coast of North Carolina.
On the road between North Carolina and Toronto, crossing into our 18th state of the trip.
Re and our bikes at the base of Dune 7 between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, Namibia.
On the A33 in Chobe National Park, Botswana. Note the elephant in the trees!
And finally, perhaps Malawi's first ever bikini bikewash. Senga Bay, Malawi
Good fortune has smiled on you in so many ways. I would say enjoy the ride, but clearly you are already doing that. Keep it up.
Alex, excellent taste in bikes and friends. You seem to be on the wright track my boy
Too many photos ? On the contrary. We could stand some decades more from the same stuff
I got hit by a truck about 3 months ago in Colombia, at the beginning of my 5th month on the road from Seattle to B.A. We had planned visit to include riding the bike, but took a bus instead after a busted fibula that was repaired with a plate and 8 screws!
Thanks man! It doesn´t take much for me to realize it!
I´ll never sell my K75. Ever. And since you won´t mind more, I won´t mind sharing from my current adventure.
The summer of 2011, 2 years after the photos from before in the summer of 2009
Bus riding in Ecuador.
Teleferico (cable car) in Quito, Ecuador.
Mancora, Peru at the Loki Hostel.
Beach time in Mancora, Peru
Volunteering with kids in Cusco, Peru.
Life is good with her. I´ll take it!
stop show'in off how lucky a man you are Al, now get back to healing up and riding
hmmm. Any more in the bikini?
The wife on her Hawk east of San Diego.
Women in leathers kick ass.
Don't you love those east San Diego roads? Every time out there is an incredible riding experience!
Steve in So Cal
Just got her endorsement and her first bike. We will start with the Night Hawk and then move up to the dual sport.
She's pretty excited!
I remember that look on your wife's face. I had the same look when I got my first bike
Question..... What's that cover on the bike in the background? I have a carport for my bikes and it's a real hassle to keep taking off and putting on my cover all the time. The cover in the picture lookes more like some type of mini-garage for lack of a better term.
Do you have a link to the cover so I can check it out?
It works...but really looking forward to a garage again!
+1 - She is made 4 u Alex. I have followed your story on your curent thread !!!!
Thanks and the price is not to bad either.
Congrats to her.
I have to ask, what's under the cover? Looks like the fuselage of a Piper to me. You building airplanes in the garage?
She's ready to shed the KDX, show her you luv her and get her a KTM.
My wife riding her XT 225 into work this summer amungst all the big boy cruisers at the plant. Come on ladies, this bike can be yours! Tune over the the "Flea Market" for details.