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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by AndreiZ, Jun 21, 2010.
Leaves are changing around here!
Affirmative! Had to go get a picture of the Shawshank Redemption Oak tree:
And found this scenic overlook just up the road.
Hey! this is a catalogue picture!
Riding season is in full swing
Did some playing with my extremely high end camera yesterday (Iphone) and came up with these:
Panoramics to come...
More catalogue pictures!! :eek1
Well I tried to make them bigger, but this seems to be the size they like to upload in. It'll do I guess. Some are obviously better than others, but here they are:
I have had this bike for a couple weeks now, I am pretty amazed that it is as good as it is. I only have about 1K miles on it so still getting used to it. This is a photo taken a couple days ago, the weather is about to turn wet here so I could not waste a good sunny day.
Reply to smashed crashbar skid plate.....I am using a locally (RSA) made Rumbux crashbars. So far , so good, works like a charm. Load is spread on 8 mounting bolts and through the conveyer belt onto the motor. Before I used the converter belt I used to get a horrible clanking noise on hitting pavements or rocks. Now it's a solid thunk and bike skids over without a fuss. The weight of the bike carries it through without a change in direction. Stainless steel plate has nothing but a tiny scratch to show. The original Rumbux aluminum plate was torn and ripped after hitting its first big rock..
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So how went that windscreen test riding?
Allegheny National Forest
Testing the prototype of my single wheel cart ... or how would you name it?
Will be back when finished ...
You are a talented fabricator. I take it your wife has decided to come on rides now???
You also will need a bumper sticker for your car that says "My other car is a Tenere"