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and more, was a great ride today. close to 100 bikes I reckon.
heres some pix, more to follow.
 

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next pic is outside Victory Hotel, you can see my Vegas in the foreground. We then rode out to the Mt Warning Hotel at Uki, for another refreshment stop, a huge variety of bikes in our club.
 

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From there we rode out to the picnic spot for a feast fit for a king.
More pix of the huge variety of bikes along for our annual Crams Farm Run.
 

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Now you succeeded in making me jealous. You not only get to ride during your summer, but you can ride in the midst of your winter too.
 

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Nice pics X....now I want to cry :crying

2 more months to be able to ride.....I'll be out of my tree
 

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Just another benefit of living Downunder, something as simple as an axis tilt and being in the Southern Hemisphere can make all the difference.
 

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Love the pictures mate ... Your bike really stands out ...

Yesterday i went to the beach and drink a coconut, there were about 50 bikes on that same swirling road ... It was a good day.
 

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Keep those pics coming, great photos.
 

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Looks like a blast! I was thinking about you yesterday. I asked if a 5 speed was ok for interstate riding and you said you would run 80mph all day long with your 5 speed. I followed a Dodge truck running 90 mph and the bike just purred like a kitten. It was freaking awesome! I usually don't ride that fast but it was starting to get dark and cold and I was 50 miles from the house.
 

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Wow some beautiful old iron in those pics......:smile
yeah and that's only a smattering of the old stuff in the club, the 1946 Knucklehead motor in a 1953 frame really caught my eye.
As for more photos that's all I took on the day.
But if you want a better look at the club and some of the past runs,
heres a link
http://thmcec.org.au/
 
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