We took a lot of pictures of the bikes in beautiful places on our trip for two reasons:
- The more miles we traveled without incident, the more attached we grew to our bikes
- Putting us in the pictures meant taking off our gloves, helmets, and maybe other gear. The bikes were always ready for a shot.
So- welcome to the bike gallery
Todd riding through a mud hole
There is actually a bike in this picture
SSDB. Same Spot, Different Bike
Lots of Adventure bikes get ready to ride the Great Divide Trail
Red Rock Pass on the Montana Idaho border
Looks like the Ducati could use a good scrubbin’
BMW in front of the Teton Mountain Range
Hypermotard in front of the same Teton mountains
I think the turn was somewhere around here
It’s opener there, in the wide open air
Peek a Boo!
Um…. over there?
At least he was staying hydrated!
This is on my short list of favorites
Slow down. There’s a turn coming up in a mile or two!
Waking up on top of the world. Summit County, Colorado
Another one of my favorites. CityBike magazine on top of the world!
This was the highest we got on our trip at 13,185 feet
Don’t remember where. Don’t remember what I was doing.
Marshall Pass, one of many times we crossed the Continental Divide
Hoosier Pass Colorado. 11,539 feet. My old stomping ground
Natural Arch, Colorado
The bikes were still clean at this point of the trip
Time for a quick repair
Only the finest on this adventure
You thought that was a big bump? That was nothing!
Ducati gas tank
Marzocchi forks, when they were still beautiful
Hand carved Dunlop D616 tire ready to be put to work
First stop of the trip- the Pie-O-Neer restaurant in Pie Town, New Mexico
Resting under a shady tree