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What Did Our Bikes Look Like On The 2,921 Mile Journey?

  • Posted Aug. 17, 2007 by Sherij Viewed 11446 times

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Well here we are packed loaded down and ready to roll.
The first day we road 535 miles!! WOOOO I sure was ready for a rest and a snack or 5.. I think the body part that gets the most tired is the throttle hand it stays in one postion while all the other body parts can be shifted around…. like… You can stand up on the foot pegs or put your feet on the back pegs so you are almost laying down and you can take your left hand off the handle grip. We road on pavement and dirt roads the bikes balanced real well for such a load…

Hey we made it to the Border of Colorado and Wyoming!! WOOO HOOO

Either the sign was crooked or I was not awake yet? Our 1st Hotel we checked in at 11 pm.. uuuf I was a little tired to say the least. After 535 miles I was afraid my legs had forgotten how to straighten out???

There is my dearest loading up the bikes for our next leg of the journey!
To the Tetons and fast!!!

Loaded and ready to go.. Oh where is the Mountain Dew?? I am slugging it down to wake up!!

AHH The Tetons and a tree.. I really liked this tree it was so cool!!

AAHH Elegance in no motion!! This was in Jackson Hole Wyoming.
A Trumpeter Swan catching some early morning sun

A Chipmunk Hey I couldn't post all motorcycles and no animals it just wouldn't be me!!! Enlarge this to see his hairy toes… to cute.. I wanted to pet him.. gee what a surprise… ha ha

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    • # Amy

      Congrats on the feature! That chipmunk photo is fantastic.. I added it to my favorites =)

      2007.08.29 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Stevemwazup

      Hi SheriJ. I am so GLADE you made the FRONT COVER OF PHOTOBLOG, Very Cool. We love all your post, congratulations.
      stevemwazup

      2007.08.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jannie

      What a great series of your trip! And no, it wouldn't be you without a critter shot! Love the chipmunk shot. Congrats on the front page!!!

      2007.08.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sherij

      a2kblog sorry it is not possible to have my bike it brings me too much joy, I am sure you can order one??

      2007.08.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Neda

      wooooooooooooooooooooooow so nice pics
      the last one is wonderful and very beautiful ... :)

      2007.08.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Maria Lluã¯Sa

      Felicitacions !! El reportatge es molt descriptiu ens condueix directament sense parar cap a la la darrera imatge. Magnífic tot i excel·lent la 7ª.
      Congratulations!! The report him very descriptive it drives us directly non-stop towards the the last image. A grade the 7ª.

      2007.08.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Angela

      what a neat trip that must have been. so close to nature. Speaking of close, you were up close and personal with that chipmunk! I'm telling you that photo could be in a magazine! The lighting is superb!

      2007.08.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Luke Zou

      COOL !! What else could I say ??
      I've never take a ride on a bike for this long distance... but I can feel what you are talking about!!

      2007.08.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Emmeline Tan

      I visited Wyoming 10 years ago... ya that was so long ago.... I studied at MN for a degree : )

      2007.08.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Tim

      Wonderful trip , great set.. landscapes are amazing there... wish I was so brave to ride a bike so long,,,but Im not:)

      2007.08.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dennis

      A long trip like that would be a great experience, but I'm tired from just looking at the pics. I must be getting old. :-)

      2007.08.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Julie

      I can't believe you rode so many miles on a bike that's not a cruiser.

      2007.08.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Colin

      Sure is a lot of gear on the back of the bikes,,,,,but you have to be prepared :)

      2007.08.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Elke

      I love your BMW F 650 GS, it`s a good fellow !!!
      Have a lazy weekend and thank you for the detailed answer of my
      question. (Sturgis)
      Till Monday ! :-)

      2007.08.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lisa

      You are brave! I think I'm carrying a lot on my bicycle and it's just a backpack or messenger bag full!

      Your shots are amazing! Well, worth the tiredness I'm sure. The tree is beautiful with the tetons in the background. The swan is very elegant. And that chipmunk! Woo! That is a fantastic shot! :)

      2007.08.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sherij

      We did have alot on our bikes but they balanced out pretty good even at 75 mph.. Not hard to ride at all..

      2007.08.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jon

      Great shots!

      Once again I apaude you ride. My butt is sore just thinking about riding on the BMW seat compaired to my cushy cruiser

      2007.08.17 Edited Reply Cancel