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Carlisle Bike Fest - July 23-25, 2KX (Pics biggy)

  • 07-27-2010 | 11:00 PM
  • Gas Man



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    After which we retired to Marko's house, where Caveman dug into somin



    And then some reason...


    So after a rainy Sunday... we head back towards Michigan. This time via PA Turnpike I-76, which I must say is way better than the 99/322 via State College/coming from the north.

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  • 07-27-2010 | 11:01 PM
  • Gas Man



  • Our ride home was AMAZING. A picture perfect 75*-80*, blue skies, nice twisted mountain highway... and the 3 long awesome tunnels
    http://s99.photobucket.com/albums/l3...t=IMG_8008.mp4





    Light at the end of the tunnel


    Still great views before the darkness came...


    Love those windmills


    Love these little towns on the mountain sides


    We made it home from this perfect evening/night ride. The ride home made the heat of Fri/Sat all worth it.

    Last edited by Gas Man; 07-27-2010 at 11:08 PM.
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  • 07-27-2010 | 11:18 PM
  • caveman
  • Quote marko138
    Glad to have you guys. You're welcome here anytime. I guess I'm surprised you guys liked 76 better than the run through State College. Shouldn't be shocking, but it is.
    Well, it could have possibly been due to the fact that it was so blazin hot on friday and we were just road weary. The ride from State College was alright had we not had the wymins on the back and we could have really gotten into the lean and roll of the curves.

    I think that I perhaps didn't like the ride into SC from the PA/OH border. The turnpike was just really fast movin, nice cool weather and Gas and I loved the tunnels on those HD's. Really makes them sound F'in fierce.

    Quote marko138
    That barely wine is some serious shit.


    We killed the half gallon of Jack though.
    Sorry to have drained the bottle of Jack. It was very good.
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  • 07-27-2010 | 11:29 PM
  • marko138
  • Damn, you took a lot of pictures. Nice job.
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  • 07-27-2010 | 11:46 PM
  • Gas Man
  • Uma did allot of the work too!
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  • 07-28-2010 | 02:05 AM
  • Dave
  • yer 'sposed to hold your breath through the tunnels. some speeding may be required
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  • 07-28-2010 | 02:16 AM
  • caveman
  • Quote Dave
    yer 'sposed to hold your breath through the tunnels. some speeding may be required
    Damn, holding the breath through those tunnels may not be too healthy... They were quite long. What I liked the most about them was the sound of two balls out Ultra's blaring through there at 90 MPH. Was almost deafening at some points.
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  • 07-28-2010 | 10:15 AM
  • Dave
  • Quote caveman
    Damn, holding the breath through those tunnels may not be too healthy... They were quite long. What I liked the most about them was the sound of two balls out Ultra's blaring through there at 90 MPH. Was almost deafening at some points.
    I think I managed it once. Don't ask how fast I was goin might have been baltimore tho

    Must have sounded sweet! The nsx and 954 sound like f1 cars in tunnels
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  • 07-28-2010 | 10:17 AM
  • tommymac
  • Quote Dave
    I think I managed it once. Don't ask how fast I was goin might have been baltimore tho

    Must have sounded sweet! The nsx and 954 sound like f1 cars in tunnels
    me and sixxer had a slow race through there going to the rally last year. Kept us out of the rain for afew extra minutes
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  • 08-01-2010 | 08:44 PM
  • tallywacker
  • I've been through that tunnel more times than i can count.
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