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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by damasovi, Jan 17, 2007.
AzAfricaTwin took this photo a couple years ago.
I know the picture isn't so epic, but getting there was.
A couple from today's little adventure.
Natchez Trace State Park in TN has lots of trails and gravel/dirt roads to explore.
The non-klr is my buddy's old R1100GS. He has proven time and time again the the big old beemer can dual sport like a BAWSE.
Rand Rd Arkansas
11000ft elevation on FR 107 just across the border into Colorado from New Mexico.
Love the remote mountain tops for a scenic view!
A couple more from yesterday's outing.
I'm the sexy bastard on the green bike lol.
I had a lot going on and forgot all of my gear except helmet, boots, and gloves, so I just rode in normal clothes.
We stayed off pavement for the most part, so I wasn't terribly worried. It was hot as hell so extra layers would have sucked anyway.
Took a short trip from Corrales up through Gilman Tunnels and back via Jemez Springs. Just about the perfect day.
Have to have obligatory geology photos.
where are you riding? I’m looking for more nearby stuff to do for day trips from Albuquerque. Looks great!
I'm in Antonito, Colorado. I ride between here and Chama, New Mexico a great deal. FR 103, 107, 108, 245 and 250 along border area. Carson and Rio Grande National Forests. Beautiful country! Lots of FR between Pagosa Springs and Chama towards Alamosa.
My BIL has a cabin near Chama. Beautiful country! I need to try and get back up there soon...
Good fishing out that way, too.
The flyfisherman are everywhere. Especially along the Cohones river (FR250)
Give me a shout next time your close and we can ride together.
There are some BIG browns in there! Platoro Lake has a lot of rainbows. So pretty up there. I'd love to ride up there. If I can get away I will hit you up!
ETA: pic for pic thread (just a road near home I ride all the time)
Fun fun! Adding to my list, Thanks!
Do that! I fly fish myself. I go motorcycle camping every chance I get. Lots of high alpine meadows to set camp around.
All are welcome!!
Classic!! The best looker of them all.
I just have to remember to strap the fly rod to the bike before I leave. I’ll keep y’all in mind.
On my very 1st ride of KLR ownership, or any bike of that matter...
This was during June 2009, this ride was aptly named "The Adventurous Chickens"
See the shit eating grin?
Some nice trails today