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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Lee Gunn, Sep 12, 2010.
Two for one. Great pic!
Not my ride. We have a tow service at work and this was in the yard Monday morning. Single vehicle accident.....Imagine that
I thought those fat tires kept them from tipping over.
Got to push them harder to make them tip. Hence the small block power:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1:eek1
Just saw this thread. This pic doesn't look bad, but it happened on a test ride, on the only Multistrada 1200 in the state (at that time)...made me feel like a real pro. I had stopped (on a hill) to take a pic, the bike started rolling backward, and...
I ended up buying the bike...er, not this one
Death Valley, Lippincott Mine Road - a much harder road than I should have been on!
A little White Rim Trail drama and another two for one bonus!
Is that first one Hardscrabble Hill?
Xpost but it fits here too
Video of my fail this last weekend.
Left hand slipped causing me to dump the clutch. Bars turned and caused me to throttle it up.. Normally the bike would have just gone about its business crashing but as it passed me, my camelbak got hooked on the rear rack and it took me along with it.
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If you haven't dropped your bike, you haven't really ridden it. Fact!
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<----- LOST Rider, I'm not sure.....
It was some off-shoot on the White Rim Trail we went down, this was coming back up.
Tropical Storm Beryl damage in St Augustine:
This youngster posts a daily picture of St Augustine, not necessarily moto related but I love his work. Worth a look in my opinion.
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The road flooded, everyone told me to " Go down this footpath, cross the football pitch, past Mbembe's house, turn right and just follow the powerlines, (for four flippin' days!)"....easy. This in Zambia, on "Rudolf" my Yamaha YBR125.