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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
je vous remercie de l'apprentissage! I did not know of this particular French expression, I shall try it on my wife to see what she thinks :)
I have to get to Ireland
Yup. I could have sworn I posted another "riskier" one as well. My wife surprised me on my birthday a few years ago and set up a photo shoot with the bike.
I am a lucky man, she's every bit as fun to ride as the bike.
Nice looking couple. I wish I could afford a GTL. Did you buy that from John? :^)
My woman riding the old nighthawk....
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I bought it at Louisville BMW. Thank you. Have a nice day.
Love the bike....:eek1
18 years together, 10 years married. She is my best friend, mother of our three beautiful children, and the Love of my life. I know technically there isn't a bike in the picture, but if you look closely, I have a Norton on my shirt. Were also at the Atlanta supercross.
Guess I should at least post one of her with a bike. Top of the Cherohala couple years ago.
Keep us up with reports on your GTL. I had a couple of meetings with John when the dealership was on Breckinridge. He seemed like a nice guy. I was looking at the RT at the time.
Very nice Fireman1000.
After a long day of skiing last weekend in WV, my wife demanded to learn to ride the TW I keep at the family cabin out there. Snow on the ground everywhere but she insisted. Full ski gear and all.
Couldn't pry her off the damn thing!
Why would you want to "pry her off"!? :huh Let her ride! She will end up wanting a new bike (or two) and to go for rides...
On Highway 101. We're not as adventurous as most here but do enjoy the rides.
You are out TOGETHER, that is ALL that matters
My wife contemplating the interesting exhaust engineering on this 1956 Ceccato 160 Sport and trying to figure out exactly what it was for.
This is the exhaust