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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Wes Weber, Nov 30, 2003.
Its that time of year again to enjoy this thread !
I thought these early 70's films were brilliant, but I have the feeling that most of you guys stateside will be very familiar with them...but maybe not elsewhere SO...sorry if they have been posted here before, won't hurt again though; they just make me laugh in so many ways.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8-l7ufP-I4 this is the first, more on his channel.
All the best everyone
Really Sweet images, nice seeing the boys at play.
That is frickin awesome! Thats what I'm talking about!
Brilliant pics . Hope to be making it over the pond this year to play around on the TAT and some of the backcountrydiscoveryroutes stuff.
Thanks for sharing the family history
So cool Thanks for sharing!
i wonder if the original poster knows how famous his father is now,,these pics have made it to every motorcycle blog and facebook..i even copied them and are hanging on my garage wall for inspration
Dang Wes this is AWESOME! Just found this one and had to comment...I only made it through your first post some ten years ago but HAD to say how much I will be enjoying this thread for many days to come! Those old dudes are CRAZY!
Time to bring this excellent thread back to the front for those who have not seen it.
One of my favorite threads on the site.
Ride what you have!
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This is a great thread. Cool stories Wes!
Bump to keep this on the first page.
These guys are our roots. They boldly went wherever it was fun to go. They pushed their machines to the limits and beyond. That is Adventure Riding.
After seeing what these guys did on hardtails, I'll laugh my ass off the next time I see a KLR, GS, DL, etc, rider going on about their new, high-dollar suspension they had to have so they could pull off to the side of the road and take pics of their bikes...lol.
Have you seen it?
The July issue has a great shot of a flying Harley hill climber.
Hard tail, springer forks, floor boards, and tire chains too.
The rider's position is "perfect timing" for the picture!
If you don't get the magazine, take a look at the last page next time you are in a store.