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  • #16
    Where does motorcycles go when they "die"???
    They get re-cycled as bar stools:

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    • #17
      That beats everything! How ingenious!
      Ivy

      "To thine own self be true.......
      Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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      • #18
        and when the red light is flashing,they want to order a drink?
        best regards Thijs

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          He-heee-eeee!

      • #19
        This old motorbike was used as a props in a window display at The Scotts in Singapore:

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        • #20
          Some Norton's were made at Woolwich, London, a mile or so from my old hometown. That's going back some, though.
          [Bit of useless information for anyone .]
          Ivy

          "To thine own self be true.......
          Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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          • #21
            I like the Nortons, especially while reading "Joe Bar Team":

            http://madll.free.fr/wallpapers/jbt/norton.jpg

            http://www.kolumbus.fi/norton/norton/joebar5.jpg

            http://joebarteam.ventsdouest.com/
            Lofoten '07 ...... Nordnorge '11

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            • #22
              I was a bit bored last saturday, so I visited a local Enduro race and captured some bikes for the first time in my life:










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              • #23
                Despite the looks - they were not going soooo fast.






                I love sports where you can get close to the subjects.


                The track was rather long, so I didn't cover all of it.



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                • #24



                  Remember all those CVF photographers doing panning shots for years ago? The knowledge came handy this day...


                  Well, it wasn't actually too hard at all.





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                    • #26
                      Well, that was the easy part. Since this was a 24 hour competition, I decided to return later on the evening, to take the challenge of darkness and rain.








                      My LED-lamp came handy to light up the competitors instead for a flash.


                      Some shots are more blurry, but I like them anyway.

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                      • #27







                        Need I say that these are high-ISO and low-f?



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                        • #28
                          Those are some pretty wonderful pieces of work, Tommi!

                          I just can't figure out a favourite - though, I like the one's without people in the background the most... and then again, the night shots are just brilliantly captured!
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