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Discussion in 'Land of the Rising Sun: ADV Bikes from Japan' started by AndreiZ, Jun 21, 2010.
A few more
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I have been scavange this site for info and pics. Yours are the best i've ever seen so far...it beats even Jaumev's bike. Oh yeah...and so that you know...black forever!
What road is it?
WOW your friends have some LOUD bikes!
Will take me a bit of fiddling to figure it out.
Somewhere in Vermont near Hazen's Notch.
The scond video I posted is at Hazen's Notch.
So many excellent dirt roads in Vermont that you can't go wrong.
It's big DS bike heaven.
Probably Gillette Pond Road
If anyone is interested I have tracks and routes for a nice Vermont trip.
Well, well, well...
I let you alone a little bit and you start to be naugthy... :ddog
But I must admit this raven looks really sweet
Never mind... I'm very busy. A big box arrived home... and the bike is starting to change... : http://traildreamer.com/en/primeras-piezas-de-otr-montadas/
My Tenere stuck between two FJRs on Chief Joseph Highway.
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Very nice Pluric.
Did you get on the Bear Tooth?
Yes it is...I ride over there several times a season
Did you do the whole thing or segments? Where did you access it? How long did it take? We got down to bottom of Shafer Canyon Road last year, came in through Potash Rd last year. Didn't have time to do the White Rim but would like to next time.
Yes. We rode the Chief Joseph in out of Cody Wyoming
then Bear Tooth. Turned around and did them again back
to Cody. Fun, fun day. I think it was about 300 miles of
twistys and RV slalom.
Totally unrelated (how many of my posts ever are?)
The FJR guys come out of Australia once a year to ride in the US.
We normally stop at the lake for the weekend and then they start their
ride from there. This video is of David who is 60+ and asked me to kick
the tube ride up a notch. I did ask "Are you sure?" Check out his slow motion body roll.
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Sound like you had a great day.
In 2006 I got caught in a hail storm on the Bear
Tooth. Two inch accumulation on the road for several miles over the peak, riding on ice cubes, getting beat up in a hail storm, and dodging free range cattle, definitely not fun...... But I'll never forget that ride!
I live a few hours form there and here I sit. (head shake)
I take it Connie was at the helm again.
Can't get any locals to get on boat anymore. Have to recruit you foreign suckers.