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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by a_k_nicholls, Sep 4, 2004.
That was me heading to work! The new air intake has made the highway much more fun.
"Everybody loves a motorcycle to some degree." Bob Dylan
Rode out to Kennebunk for oysters and lobster rolls yesterday. My buddies 99 soft tail did the final 35 tied down in a trailer after an electrical gremlin cut his ride short
Glamour shot waiting, the RS ever faithful
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That's a MGC, the six cylinder version of the MGB introduced in 1968!!! You don't see many of them! I think they built 9k of them in just over 2 years of production.
Soho Phil... You own both that RS and the green RT?
I need that kick stand
Yep. I had a '67 C roadster for a while. Been lusting for a C-GT lately.
Not all days in Hawaii are sunny; north end of island viewed from Waikii Ranch on Old Saddle Road, which has just had a nice new coating of asphalt! Sooo Nice: Here's a couple from a different ride down Hamakua side. This area all used to be sugar cane fields:
The green RT started it all for me!
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Luv that “bumpy” hood!
Last camping trip some though I had too much stuff. This was the last camping trip when I wasn’t trying out different set ups. Bad pic but at least I didn’t need a trailer
Back from Laconia & the Weirs. The RS ran great, over 600 miles. Some great vintage racing, a hill climb along with some rocker time!
I was saying "do you own both the green RT and the RS?"
On call for work but pushed the envelope a bit and covered about 160 miles today.
Meself and Charlie coming back from the Alpine rally, Yarrangobilly.
Charlie’s having a quick nap, I don’t know how he does it but it keeps him alert at the controls.
We had a big four days at the rally site. Bikes didn’t move in between arriving and leaving.
Maybe 250 bikes of all sorts showed up with several airheads.
Heaps of supplied firewood sorted the cold, although this year was warmer than past years.
Before I left home for the rally I dubbed my RS ........ the RStaurant.
I cooked scewered roasted over the coals scotch fillet, a successful roast beef eye fillet with my small stove, a decent Panang curry chicken with basmati rice.
Fire roasted potatoes with butter, sour cream, tasty cheese, fresh chives, cracked black pepper, accompanied the beef dishes.
Dessert and breakfasts weren’t too shabby either.
The cooler can fit 18 cans of Melbourne Bitter in a single layer on the bottom. With ice.
And then all meat, dairy and veg fit on top in containers.
Two coffee tables by a most excellent fire.
Well done Jeff! Do you do catering?:)
Yes Phil. I cater for myself very well.
As well as the odd stray hungry motorcycling companion.
Charlie started all this you know, extreme comfort motorcycle touring.
The best part is you get to flog it all through the mountains, and it flogs well on my RS.
Late Friday afternoon, not too long after arrival.