There should be some more quality pics comin if she ever uploads them she being my girls daughter
I thinh she took allot at the handoff but since she does it for a living in gets put in
line with her other jobs she is editing. I will post em when I get em kind of thing
I love those shots taken from the back of the bike at 70+mph of the city skylines etc...
Relay flag transfer December 7th 2012 in Hardin IL
80 KZ750 H1 - the Kaw calf
79 KZ750 Twin - Miss Nov 2008 KZR calander
79 KZ750 Twin parts bike
78 KZ650 C2 Parts Bike
75 KZ400 Wife's old bike sold
81 KZ440 A2 LTD Wife's new bike
84 Honda 450 Rebel Wife's newest bike
Today the Flag made it to the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago. The hand off was made from BlueJ58 aka Jack(center) to Loudhvx aka Lou(right) at the Adler Planetarium. Lawrence aka Sax Jones is also pictured on the left. The day started out cold. I failed to get my KZ 650 started. I was forced to ride to my C-14. There were several others who did ride their KZs today. Thanks also to Trevor(nice Mach III), Don on his ZRX1100, and Greg on his Sabre V65. Had an interesting ride down and up Lake Shore Drive. Also, ran Lower Wacker Drive before we all split up. Nice meeting everyone even that guy on the Red Super Hawk!
KZ RIDER RELAY FLAG CARRIER #55 1977 KZ650B Ready & Fit to Roll Anywhere! 1974 F7 175 -first bike and still own 2002 ZRX1200R -Red the faster color
2011 Concours 14 -Now a Snarling Wolf in Sheep's Clothing!
I got my pics out of my phone into the 'puter so here goes.
After crossing the Mississippi the great state of Minnesota welcomes the traveler.
The same deal when you cross the Bois De Souix River into NoDak.
Another welcome going into SoDak only about 25 miles from the last one.
Pete (goodfastncheap) and I in the parking lot at the Junction Cafe.
This is Bob who took some pics for us. He just happened to be there. He travels with his little dog on an overloaded 'Wing. Nice guy.
Home at last.
On the way back while waiting for a light in Dubuque,IA just before crossing the Mississippi, Arlo Guthries The Motorcycle Song played on the radio. I cranked it, it put a grin on my face that lasted til I got home. It was a great three days ride.