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Nice, that a lot of snow to go through. Keepign with the snow theme, this was us on a group street ride when we got to high into the mountains. My DRZ is barley visible though.

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Ok that's hard to top, but I'll try to stay on the subjet with this one of the Canadian rockies and foothills ... DRZ's go anywhere!

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That is badass! Great picture!!!:thumbsup::):ride:

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Nah, this is the other side.

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Yes, the results of a good party... but the 'chick' is a lot uglier... and packing.

Regalman if I am ever out your way I want to party with you guys!! Guns, beer, and motorcycles!

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Not much, but here's some I like:

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This is my local riding area DSC04223.jpg

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Not much, but here's some I like:

This is on the TAT in AR DSC04011-1.jpg

This is my local riding area DSC04223.jpg

Your DR-Z must be afraid of heights. It turned GREEN from being nauseous!!! LOL:busted: J/K Cool pix guys... Yes, Mine are taken with my cell. 05-20-07_1123.jpg05-20-07_1225.jpg

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l can't post piccies coz l ain't payin' TT for the privelage!

Mick the tight fisted English git.

OK,here's some l found,& sorry about the cruiser,but it's gone to a good home now in Utah!

http://new.photos.yahoo.com/mickmoores/album/576460762394711439

Ummmm yea u can post pics on the forum,,

Read this...http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showpost.php?p=4193482&postcount=1

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Alright guys!

You knew it was coming:p

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My bike really gets around:thumbsup: :thumbsup::)

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my DRZ is behind the KTM, in CO around Vail

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Boy!Does that scenery look nice!........Nice & fresh!.........Fresh,l remember fresh.........fresh doesn't exist in this feckin' desert here around 'Vegas......tho' l must admit,Mt Charleston(8-11,000ft)isn't too bad.

Mick.

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Sorry if you've seen any of these pics before, I know we all get tired of photos of Moab.

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Determination Towers

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The Green River, White Rim Trail in Canyonlands Nat'l Park

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Zues & Moses area of Canyonlands Park

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Thanks for the comments, a couple of pics from the same trip to Colorado, one from a area at about 10500 feet in elevation that I took from the DRZ and one from some street riding with my wife's FZ6. It was interesting how different the terrain was from area to area, A lot of the street riding and some of the dualsport riding was not what you would expect for being in CO in the rockies, green, forrested, etc, but was very desert like. There were times I could have sworn I was back in southern California.

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Mt Bachelor in the back, on the way to the radio towers in central Oregon

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