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Discussion in 'Photos' started by lasvegasrider, Mar 8, 2006.
Oha, hope you change the Oil in the final drive. . .
Hey! I recognize that one! (I'm former Trailboss of the Berkshire Big Bike series of rides.) Just getting around to looking at this thread now.
I think I recognize that as well. From when the area was open to 4x4 vehicles.
Pinktoad, a couple of weekends ago..
this guy spends a lot of his time on the rear wheel. he also doesn't like getting wet so usually does a wheelie across creek crossings if the causeway is completely flat.
if you do decide to wheelie across a causeway, try to keep the throttle consistent. this guy almost lost it as the front wheel started to come down, he gave it a handful of throttle, the rear wheel spun on the slimy concrete then suddenly hooked up again.
one of the girls who rarely misses a ride. she tackles anything the boys do. lately she's been having a go at hill climbs where most of the guys in the group have said "no way!". great attitude!
the couple that cross creeks together, stay together. husband was riding alongside her saying "that's it keep going, steady throttle!" she couldn't hear him so stopped to see what he was saying.
A few from last weekend
Yikes!! :eek1 Water crossings with memorial markers make me nervous. :huh
it's not me but it's amazing
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At Rionegro (Antioquia-Colombia).
With swim platform attached I see!
Me and some friends, filmed by Skinny himself
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It's juste a little brook but i've a VFR
Near Spa in Belgium
Its not as impressive as some on here but my first and second creek crossing ever. :huh
My recent water crossing..
on my old KTM
Near the Great Sand Dunes National Park in CO.
Thats my neck of the woods. I love all the back country fire roads up there.