Excuse the typos, posting mobile...
We really should do a nation wide tag game - instead of finding the exact place, then moving the tag, you find a similar place, then post a new place. Thoughts?
The Ironn Butt Tag group in Facebook does this and it works pretty well. For instance, the tag I got today was an original buildong where a head of stste lived or visited. I used the Truman family farm. I reset the tag to any covered bridge.
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Just This Guy with a CBR 250R and a FJR1300.
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Post a pic! I'll play.
You might want to consider some ground rules for the do's and dont's -JEP-
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I think an amendment to the rules should be the picture has to be recent as in maybe no more than a few days old (weekends) as the aim is to get people out riding. I'm good with your picture and new tag so as to get the thread rolling
2007 BMW F800ST / 1997 Suzuki DR350SE / 1978 Suzuki GS1000E / 2008 Ford Mustang GT/CS
Ok this photo was taken June 17, 2012 Father's Day Ride with my wife. "20 MPH, not exactly!"
Photo taken in my garage working to repair HES sensor to ride Sunday! Who's been here?
If I had been thinking I could have taken the photo of the sign that said "Victory Home" across the road as I sat in 3 inches of rain on the side of the road waiting for the tow truck when it crapped out on me last Saturday. I could have gotten the sign and the broken bike in one photo. this will have to do.
Last edited by OldSport; 08-13-2012 at 01:31 PM.
Probably not what most people would have had in mind. I ride a lot and enjoy all the pretty views and historical sites but but after awhile a view is a view. Come on camping is a fun part of the experience just like riding is, but nothing gives you more of a thrill and feeling of satisfaction than working on your bike. This is especially true when you fix a major problem. Learning about your bike, maintaining it is a big part of the motorcycle experience! At least for me. Isn't that what this is about "the motorcycle experience"? If it bothers someone check your oil take a picture post it then post a picture of something that has significance to your experience. It's about participating.
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