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Discussion in 'Photos' started by GS Bones, Feb 22, 2007.
I love riding around Ebenezer Dam and visit it as often as possible
Buckhorn Dam, Lee co. NC
Desoto State Park Alabama, Desoto Falls, Desoto Dam
Small dam/bridge in Parshallville Mi.
Hetch Hetchy in Yosemite Nat. Park. Nice place even with the smoke from the fires. We tired to take the bikes onto the dam and they said no! Damm!
Horseshoe Dam, AZ.. and yes, you can ride under the spillway
Two damns from Loveland reservoir
Doesn't look like this one is needed any more
Bull Shoals Arkansas.
It's hard to see in this picture, but this whole valley was once under water. In the upper left you can see part of the former dam in Castlewood Canyon State Park Co.
It was built in 1890 and burst during heavy rain in 1933. The resulting flood sent a 15' wall of water downstream into Denver.
This is from the Newspaper.
What is that on the back of the bike? A fuel cell of some type? Is it integrated into the fuel system or just storage, or something else?
yes it is a three gallon fuel cell, it gravity feeds into the main tank and is controlled by a petcock to let the fuel flo
The Alvin r. Bush dam on kettle creek north of Renovo Pa. not a great photo but you can see the top of the spillway
De Bos dam, Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa S 34 22.096 E 019 13.902
Sugar pine dam...
Another one from black forest, germany:
The Manic 5 dam up in northern Quebec, Canada. Came across this massive structure while riding south to the Gaspe from Labrador City.