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    Short creek Photos

    Click on the photos to enlarge, they are really sort of neat to see fullsize.








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    Beautiful Scenery that must have been an assume ride on a Kick A$$ looking bike.

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    Your Alaska is such a beautiful place. Especially the scenery and the vast distances you can see with no sign of human activity.

    What is the blue triangle on the upper portion of your left-side passenger foot-peg mount?

    Great photos Tiny Wheel!

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    What is up with the plywood "shelf" located where the instrument cluster should be? It looks like the headlight and front cowl sit very far forward of the handlebars? Beautiful country though



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    That is fooking spectacular country and a beautiful day to be alive. The blue triancle is part of a mount that is for an improved rear fender made from a five quart blue oilcan. The headlight deal is a tri z headlight guard bolted to triple with a "dashboard made of plywood which is handy for mounting a camera or fuel container or backpack to. The stock tw headlight assembly minus gauges is mounted to the front of the hl guard. Im going to rsdo the ply and paint it to match so it looks a little better. When i shot those photos there werent not another hominid for miles in any direction (unless there was a bigfoot/hairy man somewhere out there! That is now my favorite spot to bike to. Its just endless views you can see for like 80 miles in any direction.

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