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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
WOW two true beauties!
Yeah .... what he said! Very nice!
Has it ever been ridden? (The bike, of course!)
She still gets excited finding new places after 35years (married for 33)
Looks like you are going to get to use those chains I hope you are carrying
We got highsided on a rock one day while crossing a creek and she had to get off and pull the rock out while I leaned the bike over. She was knee deep in the creek. Later we crossed the bridge between Ohio and WV and saw about eight boats tide together in the middle of the river. It was about 95 degrees that day. I asked her if that looked fun to her and she said "I'd rather be knee deep in a creek pulling a rock out from underneath your bike". But in all truth she would say that when comparing riding to almost any other activity.
Cool chic, keep that one for sure!
Teressa showing how to "winterize" a Florida Concour14
A Rather different ferry crossing
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This is why she never gets tired of exploring and finding new places
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Hope you don't mind me posting the photo you linked to....
Looks like she was having fun on the scooter.
"Lost in the Lupins
This is why she never gets tired of exploring and finding new places"
I love lupins...
Appalachian Gap in Vermont. A favorite sportbike route.
Mrs. Space_man at the infamous Tree of Shame. Just visiting, not making a donation.
My wife at the Appalachian Gap..!
I don't have one with all three, so here is the girlfriend and each bike:
All three are damn pretty. Now you need to get off your duff and get them all together.
When I decided to get back into riding, after many years off due to kids and career, I went to Arlen Ness store in Dublin Ca. Saw a 2008 Victory Vision with custom chameleon flames that Arlen had designed. I took the bike home and told the wife unit that I was on a 'test ride' [I had already purchased the bike ] She had spent many years on the back of Harley's often without a sissy bar. She's ridden in pouring rain and is a trooper. After she got on the Vision we had gone about 2 blocks and she leaned forward and gave me a hard squeeze and said 'I love it back here, buy it' 'Yes dear ] When we got home she gave me a check for a couple of thousand for 'farkles' Love that woman