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Discussion in 'Photos' started by gplassm, Sep 23, 2010.
Looks like a Yamaha Big Wheel?
The sun came out, temps were still cold so the snow was nice, once again I was not disappointed.
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Just finished this thread and man, you all are some intrepid m.f.ers! Here in Socal, winter riding is pretty much like any other riding (with some rain, sometimes). Reminded me of being a kid in Mass. and riding that little ct70 I had, rain shine or snow. That little thing would do anything! Wish I had some pictures...
nice shots Mr Fallover, Bigwheel
18 degrees F
After seeing you and Mr. Cob (TW200), good to see I'm not the only one riding around with chains on. Now I have to get a small set for my TW front. P.S. Your riding in much deeper snow than I
Another ice riding video from last season. I spent the day on Lake Champlain, tweaking suspension and just plain messing around.
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Wish I was in Long Beach!!!
I'll have you know it's been real cold lately, under 60 even!
I spent quite some time in the 80's in SoCal surfing, working etc. It's not a tropical paradise, for sure, but it sure beats the Great White North.
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I hate the cold! Hate it! That's why I live in Alabama. (Stagecoach RTE 16 notwithstanding...25 degrees when we left Sunday morning.)
That said, your photos are bee-yoo-tiful, and I like the way you avoid your own footprints when shooting. Well done, n16ht5!
iran- qazvin- alamoot region:
Snowy northern part of Sweden and a New Year first day ride......
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I'm thinking of making up a set of tire chains (similar to these http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=418653) and I was wondering if having them in the front would be just as helpful as the back?