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Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by Cuttle, May 28, 2011.
Nice piece of work there.
that's all on my hubby... I would poke myself several times and bleed to death, trying to saftey-wire anything
(it shows his track history)
And that explains the leathers.
I wish you'd clean those fingernails...
Know of any good soap?
and btw one set of the leathers are mine:
The ultimate bikes for knee draggers.
Sent from somewhere.
Me too. She called yesterday asking if I wanted to go with her and Hunter. I was busy, said I had plans to ride today. Now it's raining
that's why we went yesterday..... .
bike ran great: much smoother cornering, most of the roads I wanted to take were closed, and the guys complained about my lack of consideration to speed limit signs
pics after coffee
Not complaining, just an observation, at one point I was double the posted speed an you were still pulling away.
it was curvy... I needed to see how the bike handled
You missed a good day! Rode some new roads, always a good thing.
Sounds like my style, slow down in the straights, and accelerate in the corners.
Oh and Happy Birthday again Silke.
Too bad half of the roads where closed/unpassable: Paint Fork, the tilted bridge, and S. Toe River (the gravel road - due to a landslide)
somebody joined me for a change:
started off putting my "gardeners" to work: they fell behind a bit lately
as usual not many riding pics, when I ride with others. We started out on Paint Fork, but it's blocked off due to construction... the detour took as back to HWY19 2 miles from our house (after 20 miles of riding)
First stop on the S Toe river. The cool little bridge got dropped into the river for safety reasons... and now it's really slick and deep in the water - we all passed trying to cross it.
two little clowns joined us
and my first time playing with Mica... I know it may not be anything special to you guys
got really good splitting it (he kinds looks like Anthony Bourdain in this pic...)
the pic does not show it, but the water is running over an old wooden, slick and algae overgrown bridge at this point (with big holes before and after the wood)
next stop/turn around: S Toe River Road at the fish Hatchery: closed due to Landslide near the Parkway
Shane on Curtis Creek
Old Fort Geyser
and the obligatory "finish" at he Wedge
and no, the ciggies are not mine: still smokeless since January
31st? John Bonham, Clint Eastwood and other obsessed individuals can't be wrong.