Motorcycle Graveyard Pictures

Discussion in 'Photos' started by 1858Remington, Jul 12, 2010.

  1. CrustyD3mon

    CrustyD3mon Been here awhile

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    damm....poor bike...:S
  2. CrustyD3mon

    CrustyD3mon Been here awhile

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    Jeringa

    Wrong thread!!
  3. 100mpg

    100mpg Self Imposed Exile

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    :lol3

    I was wondering where those pictures were leading to! I thought it would be a bike graveyard in the middle of the remote mountains....but nothing!
  4. CrustyD3mon

    CrustyD3mon Been here awhile

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    AHAH i was thinking the same....but theres no end in this road... :rofl
  5. 100mpg

    100mpg Self Imposed Exile

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    Thats what I was thinking. But couldn't they have used old tractors or somthing? :lol3 Looks like some classics rusting away on the river.
  6. DirtKnob

    DirtKnob Dirt Knob

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    My old ride back in Jr. and Sr. high school ( 1980's ) May she Rust In Peace.:cry http://[​IMG]] :cry I buried her in a big steel coffin. :cry
  7. CrustyD3mon

    CrustyD3mon Been here awhile

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    why you don't restore that bike?
  8. fishwich

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  9. fishwich

    fishwich El Borbah

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  10. 100mpg

    100mpg Self Imposed Exile

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    from 1000's of bikes in a graveyard to 1 lonely bike behind an old trailer. The engine is not seized!

    [​IMG]
  11. CrustyD3mon

    CrustyD3mon Been here awhile

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  12. fishwich

    fishwich El Borbah

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    Bob's Used Motorcycle Parts in Phoenix.
  13. motocopter

    motocopter new place explorer

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  14. Tengai In Toronto

    Tengai In Toronto Been here awhile

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    Isla Contadora, Panama. This old beachfront hotel was abandoned, apparently due to the family that owned it getting into some huge disagreement.

    I'm assuming this is an old island tuk-tuk (taxi) that's grown camera shy, peeking out from behind some concrete

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  15. 2manyrides

    2manyrides shifty charactor

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  16. 900rider

    900rider Been here awhile

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    Who gives a fuck

    Its an awesome picture.
  17. Tengai In Toronto

    Tengai In Toronto Been here awhile

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    A real stickler eh? I deleted the pic. HAPPY NOW?? :rofl
  18. 2manyrides

    2manyrides shifty charactor

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    No, now I feel like a louse, can you ever forgive me for speaking up?

    :deal:lol3
  19. Brakelate

    Brakelate Supermoto Adventurer

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    Yup, I had one of those damn things too! Pushed it more than I rode it. :puke1
  20. hensmen

    hensmen Been here awhile

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    Tengai, think you took the front off an italian "ape", from the scooter pope PIAGGIO.
    Must be a real advrider, coming from Italy to Panama.
    And this is still a bike.
    Hans