Great day for a ride....

3 years 4 months ago #634538 by Stefan-Olsson
Yeah, lane splitting is legal. I can fly by a cop stuck in traffic with zero consequences. It's all what you're familiar with. I spend time in Oregon from time to time, but I'm always happy when I leave....hehe


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3 years 4 months ago #634672 by Suni Park
This machine is awesome. I know how to ride a bike so it would be awesome to try this. Nice shot highlighting your ride. I am envious! 


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3 years 4 months ago #634928 by Sara Miles

GaryA wrote: Is that your main ride, or is it more of a weekend scooter?

I might have tried a bit of a fill flash to make bike sparkle. 


Exactly my thoughts! But really good ride. I am not a fan of speed but the colors of the bike are really catchy! 


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3 years 4 months ago #634940 by GaryA

NewavaMike wrote:

Stefan-Olsson wrote: .....Having a great job that inspires and is creative and makes good money obviously also helps...hehe.


I heartily agree.  When I last lived down there in '86 I was riding a Honda Magna.  It was the only way to keep my sanity (I'm talking  traffic )   White lining was legal then and you could go right up to the front at red lights.  Don't know if it's still that way.

Anyways, I'm not really disparaging of the city.  I love tons of stuff about it.  So much to see and do, but I did my time and now wouldn't trade the trees of Oregon for anything. :) 


Oh we have trees down here.  In fact we have the world's largest trees and the world's oldest trees.

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3 years 4 months ago #634957 by NewavaMike

GaryA wrote: Oh we have trees down here.  In fact we have the world's largest trees and the world's oldest trees.


Not DOWN THERE you don't :lol:


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3 years 4 months ago - 3 years 4 months ago #635317 by GaryA

NewavaMike wrote:

GaryA wrote: Oh we have trees down here.  In fact we have the world's largest trees and the world's oldest trees.


Not DOWN THERE you don't :lol:


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All of California is “down there” when contrasted to Oregon. 
The Giant Sequoia, the world’s largest tree is a Native Californian.  
The Bristlecone Pine, the world’s oldest tree is also a Native Californian. 

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3 years 4 months ago #635705 by Kelly Emery
Nice cityscape background! A perfect fit for the subject. 


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3 years 4 months ago #637774 by Monica Martinez
Very good details of the shot. I like the vibrant colors! 


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