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post #11 of 80 Old 09-12-2014, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
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fiances sportster, 2008 springer softail, 81 wide glide, 2004 sportster hard tailed, and 2008 1125R buell. no longer have the buell traded it fora polaris RZR
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I've got an 07 CBR600RR. I only got to do one track day this year and I barely rode the street at all.

Trackdays are way more fun aren't they? Nice CBR.






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My '08 KLR650


And my '06 Ninja 650R


I haven't done much with either this year, but both are right around 25,000 and I bought them new.
Nice lookin bikes. That's some decent millage.


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My wife and I ride a 2005 Honda Gold Wing and pull a trailer to haul our gear and her wheelchair. These photos are from a Monument Vally/Grand Canyon trip we took in 2012.





One of the Best ways to see the Country! I really like the Siggy Pick with the Diesel Train in the Background.

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Here's my bike 2014 streetglide, covingtons customs did most of the work.


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Nice to see other riders! I respect all types of riding but I love the track the most. I've done it all pretty much...street, track, stunt. I've had my squid days for sure!
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My wife and I ride a 2005 Honda Gold Wing and pull a trailer to haul our gear and her wheelchair. These photos are from a Monument Vally/Grand Canyon trip we took in 2012.

Gold Wing, trailer, two happy people, that's one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen.



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Here's my bike 2014 streetglide, covingtons customs did most of the work.

Man, I ain't got words for that. Sweet, sick, nice, holy crap... I could go on but I won't find the right words.



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I've got an 87 VF700C Honda Super Magna, and an 82 Suzuki DR250

couldn't beat the price of either of em.

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Here's my bike 2014 streetglide, covingtons customs did most of the work.





Josh that's a beautiful bike.


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Nice to see other riders! I respect all types of riding but I love the track the most. I've done it all pretty much...street, track, stunt. I've had my squid days for sure!
Kristin we all have our squid days for sure. Nice R6. What tracks have you rode?


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Here is my 2011 CVO Street Glide - with a few modifcations The first picture is with my 8yr old daughter





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My '08 KLR650


And my '06 Ninja 650R


I haven't done much with either this year, but both are right around 25,000 and I bought them new.
So. I sold the Ninja 650R back in April and replaced it with this...
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Nice to see other riders! I respect all types of riding but I love the track the most. I've done it all pretty much...street, track, stunt. I've had my squid days for sure!
Kristin I would have to say the track is my favorite too. I had my squid years. Then I found the track and well outside of my grom I don't own a street legal bike anymore.

Went to Jennings GP at the beginning of the year. Great way to start 2016



The wife and I. She thought she was faster. So I had to pass her on the outside.



Then I got stuffed up the inside.



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