The now departed R11S
Me and Tina on the long departed R100RS
Tina and the CB750F, circa 1990.
Tina and her first bike, her CB400F. That's Stacey in the back, for those that know her, on her second bike, her R75/6.
OK, Sherman, if we're going to set the Way-Back machine. . . .
One of my first BMW group rides, circa 1986.
Should probably start another thread for the worst portraits, but...
Taken last year in the Adirondack Mtns.
(I wish this were "back in the day")
[QUOTE=grossjohann;283553]Should probably start another thread for the worst portraits, but...[/QUOTE]
If not "worst portraits," then perhaps "caption contest."
If not "worst portraits," then perhaps "caption contest."[/QUOTE]
Remember who'd have to moderate a caption contest. Count to 10 and reconsider.
[QUOTE=lamble;283562]Remember who'd have to moderate a caption contest. Count to 10 and reconsider.[/QUOTE]
"1, 2, 3. . . .
my "way back machine" doesn't have to travel far. this is about 5 months after i started riding, early Oct 04' somewhere in Iowa.
Well, not to be out "waybacked"... a scan from a mid 70's shot of me and my then GF, (who also was one of the first lady riders in the area, on a beemer, no less!) on my 73 R50/5 that had been punched out to an R60. I had been seeing her riding her bike around town for some time and each time i would start thinking, dang I 'd like to meet her, then shortly before a day trip to summit point raceway (where this was shot) I happened to meet this realy nice, great looking girl at a friends house, and well, it turned it was HER, which explains the sh*t-eating grin! Ha Ha!
[B][SIZE="4"]" All dorks, report to the marshaling area in front of the dumpsters"
This is my first ride on my RT after a 15 year hiatus. That's Interlaaken behind me and this was my shakedown ride to make sure my tent wasn't moldy and stove wasn't rusty. The next week I bought some riding gear. As I recall, my helmet took the plunge off the handlebars at this stop. It happened about two more times before I wised up and started hanging them from the buddy peg. Those dumpsters have diamond plate lids. Typical Swi$$$$$$$
I might have looked dorky on the bike, but I've never not been a camper. Here's the view of the Eiger from my tent.