Nice 🙂 Now where is the hot dude with the leather?
the “hot dude” that owned this bike was every bit of 70 .. tee-hee!
My comment ended up on the wrong reply. doh
nice ride! clean too, well photographed – you kept yourself out of the chrome reflection – hard for a lot of motorcycle photographers to do.
Thanks Jhon..This truly is a beautiful motorcycle.. (ps- there is that damn car in the reflection though )
Now you’ve ruined my fantasy for the night darn you woman 🙂
haha.. well he had a tan and a ponytail…
Nice machine… as for 70 year old dudes, they are the new sexy.
I would have never guessed his age as riding that bike has kept him young..I would have taken a spin had he asked 😉
I sometimes think there are 40 year olds who are 80 and 80 year olds who are 40. Age is such a relative thing. I had a 70 year old man want to go on the first hundred mile backpack trek I ever led. I would have told him no but he convinced me he had more experience than I did. (grin) 15 years later he was still going on trips with me.
That’s amazing Curt.. my father was alot like you and your friend..A marathon runner up until he turned 75 then he took to the bike and was so active until the day he died. Never sick a day in his life and I think a large part was due to his being active..
Nice HD, I love it, awesome picture.
Thank you so much.. !!
so very beautiful! Who cares that its a motorcycle – you’ve turned it into high art!
Thanks so much Sue.. I don’t ride but it sure was pretty & shiny!
wow…can I have a ride ? 😛
Ha.. well it’s not mine but I’m sure the owner would give you a ride 😉
ya I’ll also convince him to buy these pics from you 😛
Great looking bike and great photos of it!
Thanks Pat.. and what a nice surprise you traveled over here to look at my snaps (*smiling*)
Great pictures, Lynn! I like how each of the pictures are detail oriented. You didn’t just capture a picture of a motorcycle. You got in there close and personal. I likey!
Thanks Chica,.. was rather challenging trying to keep my reflection out of the shots. 🙂
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