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post #21 of 297 (permalink) Old 11-06-2011, 10:47 AM
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Great pics, please keep them coming, but I appreciate the attitude that helps make them available even more. Thanks.

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On my Bucket List too! Thanks.

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Those are some awsome pictures!!!!


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Just WOW!!!

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I was there in June, WOW what a place to explore. Great pic's.... Wing/GS.. I like it.

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-9 degrees ambient...add a 60 MPH wind then you're at -47. That's frostbite in 5 to 10 minutes.

ARE YOU CRAZY?

I've been serious when I've said around here -- I don't ride below 50 to 55 degrees. I can't stand the cold.


That's balls, man... Frozen ones. But still, balls.
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coincidence

LOL, I was just over on the ADV rider board and had a pm answering my question about the front tire on a wing I'd seen a pic of over there. Same set-up and probably the same bike and rider. Thanks ALCAN Rider.

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post #28 of 297 (permalink) Old 11-07-2011, 10:40 PM
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Great pictures
I really enjoy seeing the beauty that God made just for our pleasure.
I probably won't ever be in that area of the world, but this way I still get to enjoy some of the beauty.
THANKS and keep them coming.

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Unbelievably beautiful country captured magnificently by you.

Hope to be up your way in '14 or '15, Lord willin'.

Thanks for sharing.

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Just my curiosity, BUT, why did you choose a wing for the type of riding you appear to do so much?
I love my wing, but I plan to stay on asphalt and nothing but asphalt if I can help it!! I have occasionally been on a well maintained hard packed gravel road, but I don't like it!
I can understand having a wing in Alaska, for certain times and roads; but where you take yours blows my little mind!!!! The extra fuel you carry certainly gives you a lot more range "for when the gas is scarce!"

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