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Discussion in 'Photos' started by rarepartbuilder, Nov 2, 2015.
60. Had to pop home after setting up in industrial expo. 500km. Returned 3 days later to pack up.
First stop at Sipapu. Then on to Protoro.
56 here..... Long grey hair..... grey beard..... drug store reading glasses..... 35 year old Harley shovelhead......
Met up with some young folks from Spain on Route 66 this year..... had a good time talking to them.....
My favorite photos from the trip..... courtesy of @VDanielSan of Madrid Spain.....
60 and still enjoying riding. On my recent trip to Seneca Rocks area.
Those two guys in the pic are 76 and 72 still riding trails, doing it since the 70’s. Last year we did NMBDR and camped out a couple of nights. I’m the kid at 52. Oh the stories they can tell! Lol
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I'll hit 53 this December, been riding since I was 4, so I guess I qualify for this thread too, lol.
74 and still riding in the dirt, this picture was taken in North West Arkansas this past weekend, the picture don't really show how steep and rocky that hill really was. I rode two days about 150 each day in the kind of terrain shown in the photo.
That Shovelhead is still looking good.
These are my riding buddies, all about the same age as my dad 65+, we went ride bike in Ecuador jungle early this year. I love my retired riding buddies. They know what sup and they want to go ride all the time.
More pics of the trip Here
Dudes in the background are saying ...
"Motor-sickle riders always git tha gurlz."
"Yeah ... we need to git one of each one day."
That is good looking bike, your friends are looking good too.
Haha! It's sometimes a gift....... other times a curse.....
If I remember correctly, one of the guys had a 70's FLH shovel back in Spain..... so we had lots to talk about!
Oh man ... you are an old fart 'cause he was talking about your "friends" and not your friends.
Unless of course, I'm wrong and that would make both of you old farts.
I sold my 1970 FLH about a year ago.
74 and riding a 2017 1200GSA, 2016 Husky 701 and 2011 Husaberg 390.
Also keep a Goldwing in the barn for when I feel old. Hasn't been moved but a couple of times in the last two years..
Camping off the 701 on the Colorado BDR a couple of weeks ago.
Camping off the 701 last May south of Pietown on the CDR.
Love the 701!
Rode the GSA from Oklahoma to New York in August to watch a MX Race
58 and have been riding 46 yrs. The fun never fades....