Travel Photography Photos tagged as motorcycles
Dutch couple that I met who were touring Morocco on their BMW 1100
Riding into the sunset
OX holding up pieces of the motorcycle that didn't handle the wreck as well as he did. The OX went down and was able to smile for this 5 minutes later. That's a commitment to fun
I went down to Long Beach to see Simon & Lisa again. It was great to see and chat with them before & after their digital presentation.
I surprised them as they did not know I was coming down to LB. Simon getting ready to take a shot of the Long Beach crowd.
This is how we rock it on Bourbon St in New Orleans. I definitely got some looks in this gear....
I first met Simon & Lisa Thomas in 2007 at the MGM Grand Hotel. I found out about their ride around the world and stayed in touch. They came back to Vegas for a digital presentation June 28th. Simon getting ready for their talk.
Lisa standing by her BMW ready to answer questions about their 10 year ride around the world.
Mike with Lisa & Simon Thomas after their June 28th digital presentation. They accepted my offer to stay with us for a few days.
Photo with Lisa & Simon. It was difficult for me to get on/off Simon's R1150 GS BMW. My rt knee does not work so well anymore.
Simon's R1150 GS BMW in our garage. They stayed in our guest bedroom Sat. & Sunday. It was our pleasure to put them up for a few days before they headed off for Calif. and more digital presentations.
Lisa's F650 GS TT39 BMW in our garage.
Lisa & Simon getting ready to roll out for Calif. Mom is on the left, She came outside in 115 (46) temps to say goodbye.
Getting ready to roll.
Lisa & Simon in front of our house. They are heading for Calif and a series of digital presentations.
Full kit and off for Calif. My neighbor Jean came over to say goodbye. She had us over for dinner Sunday night. Jean & Simon are from the same part of England.
Some of the Harley's outside Route 66 Museum, Kingman
Harleys at Hackberry General Store. Chris and his Mercedes behind the bikes.
A Route 66 map taped to the gas tank. Good way to hit everything worth seeing on 66.
The French riders caught up with us at Seligman. They stopped for lunch at the Roadkill Cafe before continuing their ride East on 66.
Somewhere close to Wiltz, Luxembourg
Outside a bar in Bremerton, Washington