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Discussion in 'Photos' started by VDG, Aug 29, 2007.
My friend at Bertioga city SP Brazil. I'm on the other side.
A pic from the Jawbone Canyon Store
Here's one for you in N. Nevada - a guy from Peru (no Spanish) hand pumping special, high altitude 92 octane refined in Reno from a 55 gallon drum. "how many gallons? (all hand signals)" - "uhhhhh, 2?"
Soldier Meadows, Nevada '05
ok, fine. I'll play.. here's one from a ride deep in the mountains of Idaho along the Salmon River last summer.. we had ridden about 100 miles through the mountains and was hoping there was fuel to be had here.. this was the only building other then cabins in the area. The pumps actually still work except they use electric instead of hand pump.. problem was they were out of fuel and it was at least 60 miles to the next fuel up in Montana.. which was just about my maximum range.. we made it the next day with my bike running on fumes..
Alright, I can bite on this one (thread!)
Shortly after stopping at the Sanders Cafe (the original Kentucky Friend Chicken), where we saw some of the heaviest equipment still in use today ) we stopped for gas along I-75.
I was convinced this little lady had been following our aroma all along :eek1
I decided to follow suit (NoMystery this is for your post) and buy out their stock of bubble tape...
and yes, that's all of it. In my mouth. At once
No plates - no gas - unofficial gas station with drunk attendants - too friendly!:eek1
The wifes bike...
Yuma AZ 3am
Here a few of us top off before heading back to Creel, October 2007
Location Batopilas, Chiuahua Mexico
Finally found the guy with the keys to the gas at the baseball game after searching around town for almost an hour...
Topping off Kelly's Sprint ST- he may have made it OJ but my Falco and my other friend's Blackbird would have been at least 40 miles short...We gave the gas guy a tip and a cigar for after hours service.
Can you get a max fill in the tank with the bike like that?
Near Kodakchrome State Park in Utah...
My European Vulcan 500 and latest passenger.
I know, I know. I pack heavy. But my trips usually last more than a month some have lasted up to 3 months.
'88 NX250 multi purpose machine.