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Discussion in 'Photos' started by 2manyrides, Aug 12, 2011.
Here's my old Ninja 650 all loaded up for a four day trip with my coworker.
While his KLR might look a little messier, I'm still damn jealous of those panniers he made. Kids did a pretty good job on the stencil work too.
On the way to Arkansas
heading up to Winnipeg from the Florida Keys. this pic was taken in Georgia
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campsite in Hillsborough, ND
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I want to do this. and make the trailer so i can pit a light kayack on it instead of the dirtbike sometimes.
Hey! It says "no trailers"! oser
(Actually I love this!)
Here is my C14 just back from WARPED VIII in April.
I like that idea!
Boy it sure is hard to get a nearly 400 pound bike with a Dunlop 607 rear up an aluminum ramp.
I love my XR650L so much, that I bought a spare one. Same year too. 2007
Bikes in Watson Lake, BC
Yeah...what the Hell???
The thread originaly was meant to be for bikes in truck beds, on top of cars, in trunks, ect...
Different ways of transporting a bike besides on a trailer. It was the alternative thread in which to post instead of posting your bike in back of a pick-up when indeed "that thread" was named,
show us your bike on a trailer.
It has grown however, and become acceptable to show bikes packed to the gills for a road trip for instance.
And indeed, bikes that are towing trailers, a load in themselves, are now quite accepable.
bring it on...
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Ah, was wondering about that now that I saw this thread.. Well:
Photo is about 7 years old now, but I still have and love the bike and truck. I was on the way home from picking it up, a 47th birthday present to me, from me, with love . That is the only time the bike has been in the truck and it only gets put on a trailer rarely because I love riding it too much to drag it around otherwise.
It sometimes gets used as a shuttle vehicle when we kayak - I drop the boats off at the put-in, then my wife watches them while I drive to the take-out and ride the bike back. I get the best of both sports all in one!
I moved to Virginia from Wyoming almost exactly five years ago and had room to bring only two bikes, so I chose the GS and RT and sold three others. It was a trick getting two oilhead boxers on a 5X10 flatbed, but they did fit and I made the 2000 mile drive without any movement at all.
Last stop at one of my favorite riding areas just outside of Lander, Wyoming:
I miss my dirt bikes...
Here it is loaded up
Here it is on the front of the truck. It blocked air flow to much for summer driving so put a hitch on the camper.
Here it is loaded on the camper
And loaded for a weekend trip