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Discussion in 'Photos' started by ADKbeemer, Dec 10, 2003.
Brackenridge last weekend, leaves are on fire right now!
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Prayer flags on a pass □ Manali to Leh road ~ Himalaya
At speed coming off the front straight on a mile track into turn one. Shayna Texter.
Honda's Iron Head 90's: Here are the three variations of the push-rod 90's that Honda produced in '64 and '65.
Leading the pack and first in line is my black 1965 CA200 followed by the blue 1964 CM90 and bringing up the rear is one of my red 1965 CT200’s.
These are great shots.
We can see that cushion they run in.
I got to shoot with a pass at Sacramento a couple of years ago.
Mine all sucked.
Absolutely amazing to be on one knee looking into the viewfinder at motorcycles hurtling at you a 100+ mph. Then they blow by within a few feet.
the speeds on that kind of surface defy belief. FYI the rider on #52 is Shayna Texter, who is..a girl. most awesome.
Hé Marco, where’s that?
It ain’t the Netherlans, that’s for sure.
Hahahaha , no it is in the Caucasus, Russia, very very beautiful.
This is the abandoned village Gamsutl in Dagestan, at 2000 meter high.
The path to this city is challenging.... If you look close, you will see the hero of this story
That looks brilliant.
Unfortunately Google Maps doesn’t know how to get there haha!
But it does have a very nice 360° picture, here’s a screenshot:
I’ll be sure to put it on my Visit-list.
Yes, saw her at Sac.
The top of Tampa Bay in Oldsmar, FL
My old 2000 Triumph Sprint
@unfocused_adventure Nice bike! The Lucifer Orange is workin' it. Looks like you have 6-pot front calipers, yes? I'd appreciate hearing about them, i.e. did you change the master cylinder, too?
I loved that scoot. Attached pic of her looking blood red... Yes on the 6-pot. No on the M.C. And I didn't have any issues hand bleeding them by meself. They stopped quicker than I want too... sometimes LOL. The double H sintered pads made short distance on my stopping for sure!!! Turn her into a Sprintona. Sold her as I faded into the Jeep life. Thankfully I walked away from that.
The Atlantic Ocean as seen from the Beverly Beach/Flagler Beach lines in Flagler County, FL. Where my scoot is sitting was washed away during Hurricane Mathew. They've replenished the shoreline but last time I went by there was no parking allowed in this area.
All I ever think of when I see pics or videos like that is what a waste of rubber -- and the dollars needed to replace it. Lots of people seem to like it, though. So what do I know.