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Discussion in 'Australia' started by lentil, Nov 7, 2011.
Well I got these from phil but I don't see much motorcycle content so maybe I shouldn't post them.
Looks like phil wasn't doing a lot of helping and i'm not sure where Bob and the other two back packer girls are.
Whatever happened they are really on the move today
That looks like the x wife
Spoke with phillip today chain was hanging on, they have decided to go until it breaks and then in their "wisdom" will double to get a new chain. Phillip jas also added that real men only double back to back. So some small part of me hopes the chain breaks and I get to see the footage:eek1
That looks like the x wife[/QUOTE]
I thought helping grey nomads with flat tyres was good for the soul...seems I was on the wrong adventure!
Looks more like a hallucination...didn't know the go-pro could see inside their heads.
You wouldn't know
Phil hit a roo, he's ok but unfortunately the roo passed away. Phil did all he could for the roo (even mouth to mouth) but its injures where just to severe.
They are supposed to be in the dunes today but its pissing it down over there and there both crying for the mummy's.
Just spoke with Toot'n Carmen. Should be along soon to help.
Well done on the completion of another successful leg! Enjoy the cooler weather before you head home.
In good hands
Great to see you made it to Perth! You get a chain in Gero....?
Got my new battery today, so I'm off, solo on the Tenere, heading north straight into the jaws of the heat and wet of the season... Well it is an adventure bike and I'm up for my adventure! Lookout Darwin, here I come...
Started a thread as you recommended "Hoonatic Ty Rides Australia" with more tales and pics to come.
Cheers for your words of experience and encouragement and if I don't see ya out and about on the tracks first, I'll drop by with a few coldies at yours.
Made it to Perth. Phils chain sounds like a cross between a wind chime and the noise when you slam the knife and fork drawer.
There is sand in everything!
Grog met us yesterday at Lancelin and piloted us to Perth. He showed us the art of lane splitting in peak hour. What a way to finish. Thanks for the barbie Grog and a clean bed. Awesome. See you on the track soon mate.
Hoonatic Ty, here's a tip. Do you big smoky burnout on the Tenere after you reach your destination. If you do one in your driveway now you will smell like tyre smoke for the rest of the trip.
Bloody enjoyable night......
Sorry I missed you guys, as (un)luck would have it, my training course got canned but I came down with the dreaded lurgy. See you on the sunny coast next weekend fingers crossed! Grog, will catch up for a day ride sometime in the new year.
gday grog,hows ya goin.