Speedy TinTin and the new bobber TFC . . .
Beautiful machine! Here’s my baby
I recently stumbled upon these and have been waiting for an excuse!
Thank you, @atone .
They're all gone ten years now. One accident too many after 200,000 miles ridden.
(Not represented: BMWs R90/6, K75RT, K1200RS, R1200GS — favorite bike)
Many amazing memories. A few old injuries that have not improved with time.
In virtually every photo, I’m wearing my ‘67 1016 Explorer, so I shouldn’t be in the Omega forum for this post.
Having now gotten this out of my system, I promise to never do it again.
Did I click on the wrong forum?
Lol no because I’m wearing my Omega Seamaster 300MC while taking the pic.
Some stunning bikes there!
I kinda meant watch and bike pics but . . . you know.
Had this one bit it was too big for me.
My now gone FJR. Did a few European trips on it.
I grew up riding dirt motorcycles in the Mojave Desert of Southern California.
My first bike was a Honda 50 Scrambler when I was 12 years old.
I moved up to a Suzuki TS 185 enduro and then a Yamaha 250 DT1.
In high school, my last dirt bike was a Yamaha TT 500 and then I got into road bikes.
In 1979, I bought a 1975 Norton 850 Commando and have had that model of bike since.
Here is a picture of my current bike.
Love my 2002 Harley Fatboy. The riding experience truly does relieve your day to day stress.
I used to ride the big BMW GS1150 Adventure (above) and consider it to be the best all round bike ever. A ski accident left my left leg useless so I could no longer shift it. So, I bought a Honda NC700 dual clutch (too small for me,) then a Yamaha FJR1300 auto clutch (sport bike but I missed owning a dual sport) and finally got an Africa Twin 1000 dual clutch. Here it is:
Before lockdown happened, I'd taken my theory test and was intending to have a week off learning to ride intensively ...
Really nice ones guys.. Here is my beauty!
Nice machines here!
Am I doing this right?
Sure are. Very nice and what make is that?
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