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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by Angelo B, Aug 1, 2008.
Nice and fresh, really have to come and visit some day
Hey guys! Check out this video my friend Chris (child) shot when we rode up Imogene Pass!
- Riding inches from huge cliffs.
- Rock tunnel
- Chris crashes into the mountain
- An incredible hill climb to the summit!
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I actually tried and it is not bad at all.
on a perfect morning, somewhere in Sintra, Portugal.
Excellent video...felt like I was a passenger.
Well done! Because of the helmet mount camera (not always showing the bike), when Chris looked at the cliff side of the road I found myself leaning my chair away from the edge.
The Hepco crash bars are fitted to my bike ok, with the BMW bash plate in place. No sweat.
As requested, here is my bike before I put all the stuff on it. Only items here are a TomTom Rider II and a Touratech rack. To come, BMW bashplate, Metal Mule Panniers and Frame, Scorpion exhaust, TT topbag, Hepco and Becker crash bars, Eagle Tanami Screen, Bark Buster hand protection, CamelToe side stand plate etc.
COOL! too bad it quit on ya, great stuff!!!!!
Thanks! Hopefully next time he can film the hard parts, there were sections that were gnarlier than the others but no camera
Come on you big bullies - try to catch me !
Right before setting off:
The Plan: Ride our BMW motorbikes to South America from British Columbia, Canada.
How: First we (Naomi and I) will ride the Continental Divide Trail through the United States of America with my father-in-law, Graham. We will continue to ride through Mexico, Central America and South America with the goal of reaching the tip of South America before the weather gets to unfriendly. After that we will return to Peru to explore and relax.
our blog : http://nomi-beto-adventures.blogspot.com/
Wife's bike just before setting up camp after riding Anderson Lake, BC.
Here is the link to my report with many more pictures: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=617352
Wow, looks like you guys are well geared and ready for a serious adventure. Make sure to post up a ride report here too! Ride safe... looks like your first day (on the blog) was a bit too exciting...
no kidding eh? gotta watch out for blind ladies backing up on parking lots at 30mph !!:eek1
here's the thread link for our report: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=620023
That was some fun watching
I like your narration too.
Are you using the KISS mounting for your MOD Top Rack/ Pelican box?
Have fun out there!!