Your favorite "Camp" pic

Discussion in 'Photos' started by Jace, Aug 18, 2006.

  1. USAIR

    USAIR picking and riding

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    Here you go --- CDR

    Or it could be....
    Continental Divide Ride :D
    Or Colorado Discovery Route too

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  2. The Killstar

    The Killstar Ted Simon Acolyte

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    Sadly my ONLY camp pick. Need to do something about that I guess!

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  3. Jason F.

    Jason F. Will Ride for Beer...

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    If you can only have one the campground at Barber Motorsports Park on what looks like a really nice day is not a bad choice. Vintage Festival Weekend?
  4. B.B.

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    White Rim Trail......Moab, UT May, 2013


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  5. Beachfinn

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    That place looks awesome, how is the trail?
  6. B.B.

    B.B. Adventurer

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    Everything in and around Moab is awesome. Highly recommend it !!!
  7. BGil

    BGil Been here awhile

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    In a vineyard in France.
    It was a few days after the harvest but they were still a few grapes on the vines; nice breakfast with the morning tea.

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  8. TheAdmiral

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  9. silverspurs

    silverspurs what's over there?

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    Cool pic... on a lot of levels...:clap is this your TW200?
  10. TheAdmiral

    TheAdmiral Long timer

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    Yepper, it's the TW. Winterized so to speak...wasn't expecting the snow, so don't have the chains on yet ! Can be fairly crisp riding so early in the morn!:D

    Take care, love your posts!
  11. England-Kev

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  12. Beachfinn

    Beachfinn Adventurer

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    I have to ask; what is this tent? First i though it was semi permanent installation, but you have it in few pictures. I would have to venture a guess that wont pack down to your bike?

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  13. England-Kev

    England-Kev Long timer

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    it is a "Mad Bear" Lavuu, and packs down as small as a regular tent, and I pitch it on my own, I think I have a picture somewhere of it on my bike, I shall have a look.
  14. rthuey

    rthuey twist your wrist!!!

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    my guess is the 6 large posts on the ground are not part of what you pack on the bike though
  15. Beachfinn

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    is it a commercial product or home brew? I love it, more specs please :D
    Just occurred to me, lavuu AKA Lavvu/kota/laavu as in sami paoples tent. Like tipi, but less vertical.
  16. England-Kev

    England-Kev Long timer

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    Yes comercial, we have a few of these by different makers here in the UK, like this Nordic... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvlODHO8D9o although this is bigger than my one, but I bought mine because it would fit on the bike.:clap
  17. MiteyF

    MiteyF Long timer

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    That looks very neat, I've been interested (not enough to buy obviously) in teepees for quite a while.

    How long does it take you to set up? And do you only take it when you *know* you'll be staying somewhere with stake-able ground? I feel like if you were in rocky or sandy territory, it would not work very well, especially with a good breeze.
  18. England-Kev

    England-Kev Long timer

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    It takes a little over five mins or so to set up on a good day, most of our ground is pretty good, and I have not had any problems yet, if I was doing a longer trip out of the UK, like Spain or Italy, I would use a normal style tent that supported itself with poles.:deal
  19. IgoFar

    IgoFar Been here awhile

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  20. Antares600rr

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    Very cool mate, how'd you get that case on there?

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