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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Adventurer., Jun 2, 2017.
Picked up a red 1996 1100 Sport from Fayetteville, Arkansas about three month ago, and another 1995 1100 Sport from Chicago about five month ago. I'm also driving up to Toronto, Canada in two weeks to pick up a yellow 1997 1100 Sport which I bought about two month ago, so there will be another truck with bike picture coming soon! :)
This is the Toronto bike that I'm picking up in two weeks.
I'm addicted, but you're obsessed. LOL! Enjoy the new bike!
my truck does get a work out.... here are some bike/toy with truck...
Truck from the WW2 Burma Death Railway with my Super Enduro
Same bike, coming out from the Nu Pho refugee camp, near the Burma border, with a couple of abandoned utes
Loaded Thai pickup truck, with a couple of guys on top
You have to worry about the road ahead when the pickup trucks have tracks rather than wheels (we didn't get far on those bikes, I came back a few weeks later with a 525 EXC and got through)
Damn pickup blocking the way
First vehicle with more than two wheels I'd seen for days. A Zil-131 (or possibly a Chinese copy of one)... 6 wheel drive.
My ute (I like the older, smaller trucks) with one of my DRZs - this one's the 440
Bean Town Bongo, (truck - only smaller), and Bike
Finally picked up the newest stable addition in Canada over the weekend. I took this picture right after loading this bike into the truck at her "previous" owners home outside of Toronto.
I was sweating a little while I waited an hour for the US Customs agents to check the import papers. That was one longest hour waiting and praying that all was going to be approved for importing this bike into the US.
My bike cleared the US Customs and was allowed to enter the US. This picture below was taken 14 hours into my drive home from Canada, with another three hours to go. That was one long day driving....... I totaled driving almost 1800 miles in three days picking this bike up.
The Sandhills of western Nebraska on US 20 just as daylight broke. Heading to Hill City, SD for a week on gravel roads.
From a spectacular peak color fall ride across the Million Dollar Highway:
We got the last of the aspen gold as a winter front chased us all the way back home, on Grand Mesa:
Good ridin' in all seasons to ya!
The day I brought home the KLR..
225 mile round trip over the icy mountains. Bad day to bring home a new bike but cabin fever makes me do crazy things.
Pulled into a nice little road house near Glacier NP's west entrance and spotted the very cool pickup:
A couple of young guys were standing there and one stated he'd built it:
If I'm not mistaken, I seem to recall he said it had belonged to someone in his family. Very cool ride!