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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Jace, Aug 18, 2006.
Here you go --- CDR
Or it could be....
Continental Divide Ride
Or Colorado Discovery Route too
Sadly my ONLY camp pick. Need to do something about that I guess!
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?
White Rim Trail......Moab, UT May, 2013
That place looks awesome, how is the trail?
Everything in and around Moab is awesome. Highly recommend it !!!
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.
Cool pic... on a lot of levels... is this your TW200?
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!
Take care, love your posts!
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?
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.
my guess is the 6 large posts on the ground are not part of what you pack on the bike though
is it a commercial product or home brew? I love it, more specs please
Just occurred to me, lavuu AKA Lavvu/kota/laavu as in sami paoples tent. Like tipi, but less vertical.
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.
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.
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.
Very cool mate, how'd you get that case on there?
Sent from my brake caliper