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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dustjunkie, Jan 8, 2006.
Poconos two weeks ago.
courtesy of Killboy...
all you need is an engine, two wheels and heart to have a blast at the track ...
A track day I fumbled my way on to while touring Southern Spain. Trying to drag rear peg.
Not me, not quite draggin here, I was closing in too close on a 600 sport bike in front of me.
Okay, it isn't really 'peg draggin', more like just laying there on the peg.
A buddy sent this to me, I don't know who the photographer was, but I remember seeing him on the outside of the turn. This was on a memorial ride for a friend who had recently died (not motorcycle related) which is what the sticker on the windshield is for.
I know it's not dragging peg, but it's a decent corner shot!
no action shot, but left a little rubber on the road
A little bit small, but: Me, myself and I....
That picture I found sometimes on www.supermoto.de:
Howdy, I've been lurking around this site for at least a couple years on and off and finally decided to put up a post! I don't have an adv bike yet, but I have dreams about someday having that new BMW Hp2 or the KTM 950 Super Enduro...
Anyway, here's a good pic of me on my KTM 450 at the Talihina GP. Got to race right through town! I was riding in the intermediate class in OCCRA in this one.
This picture isn't too bad for my 2nd race ever, and on a flat dirt corner. This was when I tried the novice class in OCCRA last year. I'm riding AA/Expert this year. This first pic was at practice, the second was during the race.
I'll try to get some that are closer to that 45 degrees or more tomorrow when I go riding.
OK, not exactly draggin the pegs but close. These were taken two days ago. My first track day.
Me and the Mrs. at the Gap on the Hawg
and me alone in the middle of nowhere on the GS
As posted in my thread A picture is worth a thousand words
Hopefully you will forgive me for not not getting a real time photo of this... I was little pre-occupied at the moment.
Okay not the greatest pic, but little hard trying to haul a*$ with the scenery ..
Recent trip to the Alps for my honeymoon. Not quite touching, close enough on the big adventure
You can see the rest of the pics at www.hanke.smugmug.com
Note to self:
After many days of long sweepers and casual dirt riding, don't get complacent on strapping softbags up as high and tight as possible...
The cuplrit: somewhere near the Merced River on SR-49