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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
I have heard this from many people, we recently moved in together, one step at a time It is great having a sport we are both into and can go away and ride together for the weekend, etc. I hope to do the TAT ride with her one day, I just need to find the time to get off work to even attempt it. Two weeks ago she officially received her NYS license which she said was a breeze compared to the NJ Pine Barrens
She's been riding motorcycles for a few years with me. We've done a few overnight trips and we're both looking forward to some long trips...
My good fortune...
Shay's favourite little black bike soon after we got it on the road. She even got her hands dirty during its rebuild.
When asked by her mother what it was like, she said, with a beaming smile "IT VIBRATES!!!"
Early days on our first road trip - a surprise trip to the Grampians here in Victoria. Anyone who knows the Mt Victory Rd will know its quite tricky in places. Shay just took her time, and I had lots of photo opportunities while I waited.
Love this photo! Same trip. Horsham PO.
Second big road trip. A week of no set agenda, mostly camping. Seems to agree with her.
One of my fave shots from that trip which sums it all up. We did a lot of this... just taking it all in. Sums up the BEST bits about having a partner who rides.
Although not her first love, she does ride dirt too. We actually got her started trail riding, initially on the 1978 DT175 that he Dad had, same one that she rode into a barbed wire fence as a teenager. Much preferred the TTR though!
Surprised me mid ride at Mallacoota when she turned up riding a 450EXC. Decided she quite liked that one too...
She was destined for a life behind bars, I'm just the lucky one who gets to share it with her.
lucky basterds, the whole lot of ya!
here is my missus in Scotland with me...
Dozer1, you are one of the lucky ones, i cant even get anyone to go for a ride let alone a trip.
Here's my lovely wife concentrating on her shoe or something
Somewhere in the wilds of Door County, Wisconsin
And so many people think being single is so great....yer alla bunch of lucky guys for sure!!!
My wife at Virginia Beach.
She rides two up with me from time to time but really riding is my passion.
Wife and three kids.
In slow(er) motion:
I am Lucky!
This is from our recent trip to San Francisco via HWY1 and back.
From a few years back.
Mrs. Manfu and the KTM in Bike Week trim.
My Two Girls Play Nicely Together!