Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General' started by power6994, Mar 31, 2015.
Reminds me of riding up Otay Mountain in Dago... nice shot with the two bikes, that's a keeper, LOL.
My first post on this forum.Went for a ride on my B-day hills behind house
From a recent trip to St George Island Florida.....
Harvest is done on Dad's farm, so dusted off a couple for a ride!
Was in Nevada for Turkey weekend!!
Someone posted this on FB. Its an HK0 and he still has it. Great iconic pic, imo.
Here's another one I found. I wonder if he bit his tongue.lol
I bet that frame is no longer around
Lol. You never know. I bet kirrbby has it stashed somewhere.
Lol...is this it?
I've seen one of those trash hauler bikes crack like that. Later welded back together, just to crack again.lol. I acquired it later and stripped it for parts. Those 91-94 parts you got from me, a few years back, were from that bike.
Takes a little longer, but with traffic like this... it’s worth it.
Traffic, LOL, reminds me of the 405 during rush hour, Katella exit... NOT.
But this is why we all head into the wilderness, to feel that sort of freedom...
And the bike pics look pretty cool too, LOL.
My route to work is this:
Out of the ‘hood - cross the road I can’t hang with - through a church parking lot - across a pedestrian bridge (pic attached) - through the Grass River (also attached) - buzz a dog park - down an old wagon trail (previous post) - onto a road i *can* hang with - a couple laps ‘round the ‘roundabout - and strap her to Old Glory (final pic).
HaHa, I bet your co-workers are all jealous, LOL. Nice route, looks very pretty... and a whole heap better than a sea of bumpers and idling vehicles on some interstate parking lot at rush hour.
Saturday, my brother and I went backroading for awhile with my HK1 and his K3.
Went backroading to a friends pond. My friend Joey borrowed my brothers K3. He shortly, after the pics, took a spill trying to climb the pond embankment and scraped up his arm.lol