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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Clayton Bigsby, Aug 26, 2008.
As with any magic it involves speed and something you don't see.
A mate was filming with his drone, it's just a still from the footage. There's a small rise just off screen, then I blazed straight through that mound of grey gravel on landing....which my mate found amusing ha ha.
You guys would save some time by putting your URL in your signature. Unless this is a form of marketing by posting here? Sorry to be direct just seems like signing your site after every post takes a lot of time.
North end section 6 on the Idaho BDR.
Yeah GS’s on dirt roads.
Exploring in the Southern Coast Range of Oregon
20190615_123801 by cjmadura, on Flickr
20190615_124148 by cjmadura, on Flickr
Thursday in France
No boxer but 100% fun
Choco area one of the most remote.
poor and forgotten regions
Here next to Atrato river which comes from the Darien area
Is that a fuel cell?
Tool box. https://www.advdesigns.com/rurelopiboxf.html
Returning from the Casper Rally via "Swallowtail Track"
1. The Tarlo River Crossing:
2. Along the ridge, heading for Towrang
Does this count?
12000 feet elevation
A little West Virginia mud.
I was riding solo and chickened out when I saw this.
It got worse just out of sight. Decided it was time to turn around!
No shame in that. That last pic would have me going, nope.
One of the best paint jobs BMW ever went with on an OEM bike. Still looks like a new bike!