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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by bemiiten, Jul 20, 2006.
Not quite a tunnel but another case where I wish I knew the give way rules. I don't have a reverse gear, they train may have but isn't as good at stopping. I'm just glad I have never met up with one on that bridge.
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Um...I'm thinking if you're on a bike and they're in a train - you give way.
That, or die.
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We went a quarter mile in before turning around. The mine tunnels forked and continued for who knows how far.
Long way from anything. Anyone guess where this is?
My old Ninja in April, for a local forum's phototag game. Covered bridges are a sort of tunnel, right?
It's a walking path - don't tell the cops.
Goofing around in one of the tunnels on the Blue Ridge Parkway, NC, USA.
Is that on the decomissioned section?
No, it was a regular route west of Asheville. It started raining and got really foggy so we took a break in the tunnel till the storm passed...
tunnel du parpaillon (france)
gorges du daluis (france)
Who knew trains used to be so tall...
How about some video
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You'll need to skip through to 10'30" in this one
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and skip to 4'"35 in this one
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