Show us your bike @ the bridge

Discussion in 'Photos' started by gatling, Jul 15, 2006.

  1. gatling

    gatling Long timer

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    Okay...how about a new theme...bridges...here's one to start it off...

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    Used a D70 with a 17-35 Sigma...on the Golden Gate Bridge crossing over to the Marin headlands...from the passenger seat of a Z-06 Corvette.
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  2. 2whlrcr

    2whlrcr gooligan

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    Here's one of my favorite bridges...

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  3. 2whlrcr

    2whlrcr gooligan

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  4. habanero

    habanero Multistradler & LC4player

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  5. TroyWolf

    TroyWolf Been here awhile

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    Typical backroads bridges in Kansas. All photos taken on dualsport mini-adventures.
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  6. BillR1150GS

    BillR1150GS Been here awhile

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  7. GB

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  8. 2whlrcr

    2whlrcr gooligan

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    I see you guys are gambling men. That poor ole bridge was probably groaning, with the weight of those heavy D.S. bikes parked on it.

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  9. Rolling Thunder

    Rolling Thunder Pouring Rain

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    Midgley Bridge on Highway 89A in Oak Creek Canyon near Sedona, Arizona

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  10. KAdriver

    KAdriver adventures on asphalt

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    Here's a couple built by John Roebling that aren't in Brooklyn.

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    Reiglesville PA overlooking Delaware River towards NJ.

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    Lackawaxen PA overlooking Delaware River this time looking into NY
    This one used to be a canal for barges in it's heyday. Now it's open to
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  11. Chanderjeet

    Chanderjeet IndiYeah !! Super Moderator

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  12. 2whlrcr

    2whlrcr gooligan

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    Somewhere south of Sargents, CO.

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  13. Steptoe

    Steptoe steptoe

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    Millau Bridge, France

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  14. larryboy

    larryboy Chopper Rider

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    i had a bunch ready to post and got a board hiccup.

    a couple for now:

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  15. bitterjoe

    bitterjoe killing the fatted calf

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    Most of these bridges are in or around Orange County Vermont. These have been posted before in my ongoing Vermont ride report.

    The Flint Bridge, the oldest remaining covered bridge in Tunbridge, VT, built in 1847.

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    The Larkin Bridge, built in 1902 for the sum of $473.23. I'd say they got their moneys worth so far...

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    A shot of the Mill Bridge. The current Mill Bridge is, I believe, the third or even fourth one in its place. The previous bridges had been taken out by ice jams and floods.

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    One of my favorite things about the Mill Bridge is this sign.

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    Below is the Howe bridge, built in 1879.

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    Quechee covered bridge.

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    The "Floating Bridge" in Brookfield. It is a bridge that, well... floats.

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    Yup, very slippery.
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  16. MortimerSickle

    MortimerSickle Semi-Adventurer

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    Cool thread.

    I especially like this one because I don't remember seeing a blue bridge before.
    It is between Monument and Kimberly Oregon.

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  17. tommcbride

    tommcbride Long timer

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    This is an excellent thread! :clap
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  18. richard cabesa

    richard cabesa The Mayor

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    Yes, it is. Good idea, Gatling :thumb


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  19. richard cabesa

    richard cabesa The Mayor

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    Do they have to be road bridges?

    Near Burney Falls, Ca
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  20. richard cabesa

    richard cabesa The Mayor

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    Sandy Creek Bridge, Oregon

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