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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Clayton Bigsby, Aug 26, 2008.
Texas Hill Country
And a sleepy KLR surrounded by GS's !
He looks like he is doing the happy dance!
He had been riding all day with 0 problems then biffed it twice in about 1/2 mile. Might have been one of those "confidence is a bad thing" deals.
No damage to him or the bike.
We headed for the barn, KLR man had two flats.
He was "that guy" this time. Might be me next time.
Meat Cove, Cape Brenton
Thanks #2 was on Tomichi Pass looking back at Hancock Pass
I guess everyone else here hasn't figured out that these bikes are just TOO BIG to take off-road - yeah, me neither.
This photo was taken above Red Rocks outside Las Vegas.
just some playing around in south NJ
Isn't that Hollister mud AMAZING crap! I've had the front wheel of a maico 400 so gummed up it would not roll.
The GS isn't so prominent but it was a nice view ...
There is a lucky man down in OZ who seems to have the best job around...He is getting paid to drive his 1200 Adv through the outback and send stories around the country for TV and radio...Check this link to a video which shows us his job and gives an insight to how the 1200 bike is setup.
I'm changing career's now..
Note the missing aux light, which I'm told builds character. It also builds skill in removing and replacing aux lights. =)
"Let's keep going. I'm sure it's clear up around the corner.."
Steens Mountains, Oregon
Here is a pic from Arches National Park.
Was that last May?
I finally get to play