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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Lee Gunn, Sep 12, 2010.
Here are two for ya.
Three in this picture...
Ellens crashs White Rim Trail Utah, the last one did luggage damage :eek1
Baby -Head hill on the WABDR Sept."11"
Also on the WABDR, missed a turn at 30 mph
Falling over would have been easier....
Another view of baby head hill...
Hi friend, You forgot to put your rear wheel???
does this count
Be careful when you ride alone and for downhill with a lot of stones...:eek1
In North of Vietnam, 2011
Just a typical slick water crossing SNAFU on the Paluxy river near Glen Rose, TX.
Damage was a scuffed front brake lever and a bent bar-end slider.
This afternoon.....almost made it
The pipe was actually starting to burn the tree at this point:eek1, time to pick it up I guess.
I don't have a picture of any of my drops but I have a video of the most recent one, trying to find the road heading up to Hagerman's Pass to Leadville, CO (glad we didn't)
Kind of an off-road n00b. Stopped on an incline with just the rear brake on a loaded bike... started to slide....
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Too much speed + heavy bike + bad line choice thru 50 ft of slimy mud = entertaining slow slide and spinout (for my buddies behind me anyway!). Cow is having a nap pointing back from whence we came! Maybe it wanted to go back to the barn given my mistreatment.....
Just my opinion, but the White Rim Trail does not seem an ideal place for multiple offs :eek1.
Here's my R75/5 at about the halfway point on Mana Road on the Big Island, near the Keanakolu cabins. I swerved to miss some rocks and wobbled into the berm:
Looks like my Strom. Still haven't dropped it enough since you're still rockin' OEM turn signals and handguards but I do see the foldable shifter!
Not dropped at the moment of the pic, but my friend here had to go fishing to get his DR out of the pond.
Yeah got the Touratech one. Guess why...
And she's now got bark busters although the stock hand guards held up pretty well.
A hidden log under the pine needles launched me into these two trees. Only thing injuried on me was my pride. Bike on the other hand......
First weekend riding off road: