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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
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Here's my /2 conversion and Stieb
Theres a Hack in that pic?
Best picture of a /2 I've ever seen ( Is there a bike in that photo?)
I can see the 2, but why did you write "/"2?
That takes lame to whole new levels. Is that a Schwinn bicycle seat? How's about the flow on that exhaust?
Man, some people shouldn't be allowed to own tools or motorcycles.
I'll clear everyone's minds and back to sidecars
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ADVed my Ural.
Not mine, I should point out. It was at the MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show.
It says it's a Velocette Venom on the info card.
I thougt the winter in my region has already left and the spring was knocking on someone´s door.
As you can see I was completely wrong:
Greetings from Germany
S I G I
First time I've seen a chair used as a snowplow. Beautiful machine sigi.
Still waiting for the snow here in Bavaria. Nice pic.
Weather got spring-ish in the Gorge today - Sunny and temps in the hi 50s. Here's a couple of glamour shots:
From our deck this morning - that's Mount Hood south of us at sunup; the white stuff in the lower part of the photo is a layer of clouds that is hanging on top of the Columbia River.
After lunch I made my first run of the season to the top of Rowena Crest. Here's a picture looking east down the Gorge. The Crest is about 1000' feet above the Columbia. During the Missoula Floods 12,000 years ago it was under water. There were about 100 of the floods - each emptied a lake half the size of Lake Michigan with the water going from Missoula MT to the Pacific via eastern Washington and then the Columbia River.
Here's part of the road from river-level to the Crest. Climbs about 1000' in a couple of miles. Lots of fun. Road originally built in the late 1920s.
ANy of y'all coming out to the BMW rally in July should set aside a couple of extra days to play in the Cascades We have some really great roads.
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A bunch of us from the Soviet Steeds got together at the sidecar meet at the flea market swap meet yesterday at Bike Week. It was nice meeting the guys and looking at their rigs.
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It was a little chilly.
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There was even a solo owned by a Russian named Ivan. It was brand new and just purchased from Gene at Holopaw
Nice meeting you Vince. That was an interesting group, good folks.