Nice stuff. Thanks.
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Nice stuff. Thanks.
Nice job. Thanks for posting. Were those camera phone pictures? Nice quality.
That's what I thought. Weird looking.
I suppose few are old enough to remember when sports car drivers waved at each other. Of course back then most sports cars in the US were British, except for a few Italians. Oh, then there were a few...
That was a great read. Thanks.
As weird as a bucket of hair.
Nicely done. I think B/W was the right choice.
Here's a website link to a directory of all federal, state and local campgrounds, with GPS coordinates. The site is a little clunky to navigate but worth the effort.
Me too. It's sometimes a little stream-of-conscious but that's OK. It it is refreshingly different from the "I rode here and ate there" articles.
Needs an apostrophe. Somewhere.
Dump the cable and get satellite.
Somewhere in Utah, after the Gillette rally and before the Top of the Rockies. And, yes it was hot.
Sometimes it's a wood shop, sometimes it's a car shop, sometimes it's a bike shop. It has heat, AC and great lights....
Here's the simple yet definitive answer:
The first number on the curve sign tells you what gear to be in. The bike should be "up on the cam," meaning 4500-5000 RPM.
That works for most BMW...
R1150RS - 72,217.
I just barely made ten thousand last year. I had to go out on Christmas day, in the rain, to get that last 78 miles.
Might as well. There is not much crossing Indiana that is interesting in its own right.
US-6 way up north in historic in that it was on the route of the first around the world car race (1908). But...
Missed it but did hear an extended interview with her and the guy who filmed it on NPR yesterday.
Lazy? Yeah, me too. I sold that bike in the avatar five years ago.
My setup, for what it is worth, is custom molded, wired earplugs from MOA member Bob Weis. http://www.earplugco.com/
I run satellite radio, the Garmin voice and the radar detector audio all...
I can't believe you said that. If you weren't a foot and a half taller than me, and half my age, I'd whip your scrawny butt.
Seriously though, everything you have said you are looking for in a new...
While you guys were all on here calling each other names last night, I was watching Alton Brown on TV. He was making - guess what - egg nog.
So here, courtesy of BMW rider Alton Brown, is the...
I don't know how you upper latitude people stand it. We had 9 hours and 18 minutes of daylight here in Indiana and it was not nearly enough.
But a festive solstice to everyone, and a sip of the...
Grocery store egg nog. Add one part brandy and one part rum. (the actual volume of a "part" is entirely up to you, but I advise a liberal measure.) Top with a little fresh grated nutmeg.
I caught it quite by accident this weekend. Good movie, especially if you are a gearhead. Funny thing, though, I didn't know till well into the movie that the principal character is a movie star.