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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
Yes, the other side of 321.
BUSA DOWN would not fit on the top according to the frame maker and besides who said this needs to make sense.
and a good one
Patrol Busa Down works as well as FDNY.
Winter time photo.
A wintertime view of The 480-foot-high Fontana Dam - the highest in the Eastern United States and the fourth highest in the nation. The 2,147-mile Appalachian Trail crosses Fontana Dam.
When I did the AT across it, that night I camped on that little summit fartherest to the right. Had to bushwhack about 100yds up to it from the trail. Just enough room for a tent up there.
AT hikers are supposed to use the shelters when in the park, but I hate them (mice eating holes in yr gear, other hikers, etc).
Hold my beer/
I got snow on the ground here at the house. 11* tonight. Waiting on Spring.
That 4runner on it's side is just like mine. I have been known to do some stupid shit while driving in less than ideal road conditions.
But nothing like that
How did that suv drive that way????
It’s a jacked up 4x4 fur shure.
Wimps...-31°C here this am
A balmy 16° at the moment, should be fine to ride when it warms up to the 20's.
Lost traction on the high side.
Ice, and gravity will show you the low spot in the road every time.
It got bad out. Had to lay’er down. So, Busa down?!?
Four wheels = GT-R Down.
Me too. Need to get back to great motorcycle riding area. Weather here in SWFL is great for riding now but there in hardly a curve to be found.
My CB1100 at Bike Night last night in Fort Myers FL before the crowds arrived. Chilly riding home at 55 f.
I love Cafe Rel when we are up that way.
But, they need to fire their dishwasher. My plate had the same green stuff on the edges as your plate!