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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
A stopover in Gonzaga Bay, Baja Mexico for a well deserved Cerveza, 2006
Playing in our backyard - So. CA. desert:
Riding the Duc Hunter (98 Superhawk) in the So. CA. mtns......
Love it !!
Some pics from our trip last week to our cabin in the north Georgia mountains. This was Barbie's first time riding in the mountains on a street bike. She did great, had a blast, and didn't wreck.
This was taken at the overlook where the Appalachian Trail crosses hwy 60 south of Suches, Ga.
Taken at Deal's Gap in North Carolina. The round trip to the Gap from our cabin is about 250 miles. Quite a ride for a first-timer in the mountains.
This picture taken at the overlook on Hwy 129, aka the Dragon.
We don't get to ride much together because we have a 2 year old and a 4 year old at home. This is a pic grandma took after we got back from a ride . . . .
Ahem........cough, cough....nice set of beer.
Yes! Ganzagas are Fantastic!:eek1
>"Yes! Ganzagas are Fantastic!"
I have a wife so I'll take yur RZ please.
Dude! Your wife put a map pocket on the back of your jacket? :eek1
:eek1 Are those backrests available for any model bike, or just Honda's?
...you guys are crude and unsavory, and ill-informed too!
That's not a backrest, that's a rack! :ddog
My bad. What threw me was the integrated beer holder.
yeah, but more importantly, will that beer taste as good from a can?
Now, will someone with a wife get this thread back on track, plz. kthxbai
very cool picks ..so nice to have someone to share the rides with.. i for one do not miss the days of riding solo..
Here is my wife. Last weekend trip in Polish mountains. There was so much fun !
Here we go...
Neither the wife, or the RZ are for sale. But the wife may be convinced to accept reasonable offers on me.
Just to keep the theme going, here's another pic of the wife on her little VTR on the Cherohala Skyway last week.