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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-01-2008, 09:30 PM Thread Starter
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i brought my 910 to hell and back.........

we not only survived, but my sh!t manage to look like new after hosing it down for 3 hours.
Part of a 2 day 350 mile trip weekend to test the limits of man, woman, and machine.
Great scenery, eventful trip, more pics and stories when im not cold and tired.


















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Thanks for sharing, can't wait to hear about more. What is all that stuff on the bikes? Nice mudflap?
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I've been on rides like that. The kind of ride that seems a misery at the time but provides many good stories. I like the glove warmer. Quite resourceful. Was it a chase car, or some stranger taking pity on you?

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yes mudflaps, a day in these conditions is about 3 years of wear for normal people. After the 2nd stop, i looked at my bike and said to chen : "get the papers ready for 1078, if we make it back."

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Thanks for sharing, can't wait to hear about more. What is all that stuff on the bikes? Nice mudflap?

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we have 2 chase cars, good idea because our luggage were all in the cars and they also act as heaters in the ZERO degree celcius mountains. I will never come back to this part of the country for a long long time. We're really lucky being back in one piece.


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I've been on rides like that. The kind of ride that seems a misery at the time but provides many good stories. I like the glove warmer. Quite resourceful. Was it a chase car, or some stranger taking pity on you?

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i bet it didn't run hot
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wow, cool trip!



the dude on the orange brute doesn't use mirrors? hmmm.


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Great trip !
It remember me my one week in the french Alps in 2005 and some cold rainy daily trips here in Belgium !!
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Some beautiful pics here! But what a mess with the weather...

What a beast of a motorcycle!
It growls and rages and flies across the tarmac like a wild animal that has escaped the confinement of a cage and after merely waiting restlessly until the release, will not endure being locked up ever again.


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