Riding season is here

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  1. Siddley

    Siddley Active Member

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    That's motorbikes, by the way.
    It's just too hot to ride a bike and wear protective clothing in summer. The locals deal with the problem by wearing shorts and flip flops.
    I have had skin grafts and seen my bones poking out of my legs so I take a different point of view...

    The Suzuki is just about ready to go, modeled by my favourite biker bitch ( she has a Yamaha 225, the DR350 is a bit of a handful for her )

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    LOL, I quit dirt bike riding when I crashed my Yammie TT600 into a bed of cactus, good thing the wife is a nurse,had the patience to pull a bunch of thorns from my butt plus it killed my back.....I'm happy touring with my Beemer K1600 GTL these days...
     
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    What I do is pretty tame, I like exploring the little donkey tracks and foot trails the olive farmers use. It's more like trial riding than anything, done at a fast walking pace. I spice it up by pretending I lose points for putting my feet down :D

    I haven't got a road bike, or at least not one that is rideable at the moment.
     
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