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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
Next, she'll want to drive the Alfa .
I think it would be perfect.
See, even more proof beautiful women love BMW motorcycles.
Yep, good starter bike. We got a DR200 for my daughter who is about that tall and my wife 5' 6", is learning to ride it also. XT250 and Super Sherpa are similar sizes too.
Hope she learns to ride.
perfect bike! Wish we had kept ours!
Its lie a postcard, nice job
The XT225 is a bike she won't grow out of soon. The XT250 is much better. My wife's been riding for over 40 years and still has a XT250 in her fleet. She had a DR200 before that and a XT225 before that. The XT225 is fine the DR200 is the most powerless thing she had ever riden.
I am excited to see these images. Its really good to see. I will share mine.
Perusing through some photos found this one of the wife, and mother of our 3 sons. The youngest was 18 at the time of the pic.
She has cost me a lot of $$$, this was on our 2nd trip to the Alps, she has dragged me back (kicking and screaming ) there 6 more times since.
In keeping with the theme, today's pic, and my KLX650 I had before the KLR650:
You better not be bringing her on the ride next month...it'll be too tough to pay attention to the trails...
She is an angel lucky Guy
No passenger pegs on the XChallenge.
Well you can add them, but no she isn't coming.
Great photo of all three of you!!
Sad to hear about your pup and I emphathize with you. We lost our 14.5 year old husky (my avatar photo) to an aggressive cancer last Sept. Went from all fine to see you later in a few quick months.
Although none of our Huskies would stay in a hack, they are big time runners....We'd be chasing them in the hack and they'd be laughing at us.
Hey your right! Although if you ask me her jump is stronger than this guys... I think it's cause shes not stuck in a cage like the cowboy.
When I googled "toyota jump" for a picture there were way more people than I thought doing the "toyota jump"
Great response Juan and a touching story. We lost our 15 year old German Shepard in 2006 so I know exactly how you feel. I too was confused about all the concern of HOW the photo was created I just thought it was a cool photo and IMHO no different than some of the color enhanced or artistically modified shots others have posted. So now every knows "the rest of the story" (not that it really should matter)
So sorry to hear about your dog you have my sympathy as that is a tough loss!
Thanks for the kind words. To all of us who lose good friends :slurp
When I saw this photo and read the post I thought "Wow, that guy really IS lucky to have a girlfriend who so obviously loves to ride". When I looked closer I said "Damn, I know her!" Dude, you're way past lucky, better hang on tight to that girl.
Dad!! What's up?! Have I just caught you checking out my girlfriend?! It took me posting a picture of her for you to sign up? HAHA! figures.
For everyone else.......I'll post one up for you Dad. Heres 2 good ones of him (xrttman) and his "significant other" on a family trip we took to Scotland.
they are up there riding together if you look close...
I've lost two German Shepherds so far. One at 10 and one at 9. It sucks. My Boxer is 5 going on 6 and my Boxer-Pit Bull is only 2. Dogs are amazing animals and should always be treasured. I'll give my two a hug from your Husky Juan.