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Colorado River valley

 

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The Flat Tops from Dunkley Pass

 

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Between Buford and Silt

 

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Between Silt and Colbran

 

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Buzzard Divide

 

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Hwy 133

 

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McClure Pass

 

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Colorado valley from the other side, we were on that ridge on the left the other day.

 

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The Colorado at State Bridge where Hwy 131 crosses.

 

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Buddies Ashley and Dave, we were exploring earlier.

 

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Another view of Chimney Rock

 

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LBump

Bill,

Are you riding every day?  Or, Jeep'n it?

Great photographs... thanks for the ride along! :thumbsup:

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roadscholar

Thanks Larry, mostly Jeep’n, still enjoying the scenery though.

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mrduck

Fun project, 1978 r100/7...... Been parked in storage for the last 15 years, owner rode it in and shut it off. Looks to be in great shape, shouldn’t take much to get it running again .

 

So does the fugly aftermarket fairing stay or come off? I’m not too fond of the way it looks.........

 

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Paint match is good, keep it! :thumbsup:

 

Now, if I hadn’t stopped at Seacoast to smell the fresh bacon cookin' I’d of made it home dry. :grin: Believe me, it rained! 

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RandyShields

An opposing view.  I am generally in favor of fairings, especially the ones that look like Vetter fairings, but I think that one is just too big and, despite the color match, it detracts from the lines of the bike.  And if you take it off, easier to paint the bike whatever color you like!

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Skywagon

no offense but seriously ugly... your bike would look way better without it.  Classic air heads are great looking naked.

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Norm  83

It will look better off....Paint it to match your truck...:5188:

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Ok, take it off and put this on in its place. :classic_rolleyes: :classic_biggrin:

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:eat: :lick:

 

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TEWKS

Probably don't need to tell the car enthusiasts around here but that was a 1960 Austin Healey Sprite. (I asked :classic_biggrin:) Nice British couple, it was her new toy the fellow said. :java:

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