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    Lunch Ride Video

    I parked a camcorder on my S and took the most direct route to lunch. If you have broadband enjoy the country roads, the canyon, the tune, and the ride!

    Bagel Run

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    Very cool!!

    Sure doesn't look like those steel guard rails are biker friendly..

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    Quite cool!

    Personally, I'm a toasted sesame with cream cheese guy.

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    Originally posted by KBasa
    Quite cool!

    Personally, I'm a toasted sesame with cream cheese guy.

    I'll give it a try the next time I'm there !

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    Nice ride!!!! and a fine purpose for that ride.

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    Mmmmmmmmm, bluuuuuuuuuuuuueberry!

    Pretty damn good film despite the cheezy wipes!
    Make some more for us!
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    Waay cool

    Technology is our friend.
    40 miles (especially miles on those roads) for a bagel seems like a great plan to me.
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    Very nice!

    I'd have to ride about 300 miles, around here (central Florida), to find that many curves.

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    Originally posted by KBasa
    Quite cool!

    Personally, I'm a toasted sesame with cream cheese guy.

    **GASP** What would Dr. Atkins say to that one Kbasa?

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    Cool Way Cool!

    A cinnamon raisen with cream cheese.

    Thanks for sharing the ride.

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    Thumbs up

    I'm more of an onion bagel kind of guy. At 50+ no need to try to impress with my every so sweet breath.

    Great video, was like I was along for the ride. Thanks!
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    Originally posted by YB in IN
    **GASP** What would Dr. Atkins say to that one Kbasa?


    nothing. he's dead.
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    Originally posted by The Veg
    Mmmmmmmmm, bluuuuuuuuuuuuueberry!

    Pretty damn good film despite the cheezy wipes!
    Make some more for us!
    Well, if interested in the return ride, you will find it here. Took a different way back. At the four minute mark the road opens up a bit, and at the six minute mark I turned off the camcorder (you will see why ).

    If you ride a GS (or any bike for that matter), you may enjoy this video entitled "Gourmet Dinner" when I (keeping up with the meal theme) experienced wildlife, white water, a canyon, and a downpour... all on the way to a fancy dinner . This streaming video is here.

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    Re: Waay cool

    Originally posted by Cliffy777
    Technology is our friend.
    40 miles (especially miles on those roads) for a bagel seems like a great plan to me.
    Agree! Sometimes I wish the bagel shop was 50 miles away versus 40. Know what I mean .

    Hey, want to mention I used to live near Pettis and 5 Mile, with an Ada PO address. Could see the backside of the Cannonsburg ski area. My mom (67yrs) moved to GR to be near me 20 years ago and is still there. Every year just her and I have a weekend mother/son weekend bike trip. Toured Northern Michigan three years ago. One of my favorite places in the U.S.

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    Thumbs up great films

    Thanks for posting them!!

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