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A series of images from a motorcycle expo I visited last Friday. As always it was very crowded so getting the images I wanted without people, arms or legs in view was a tiring exercise in patience (except for image #1 of course).

 

All images Nikon Z6 + Nikkor Z 50mm f1.8 S

 

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Beautiful motorcycles and excellent pictures Luc!

 

Though that BMW does not look anything like my 1975 R90/6 🙂


Bill

.... it all gets better as we grow younger and thinner.

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As always, great work, Luc. 

 

Motorcycles terrify me. I think I fell off too many as a teenager to want to risk life and limb with further exploration of their merits. 

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I love bikes, but the ones I ride use me as the engine. Having said that, there may be an E-Bike in my future as I get older, i.e. a bike with an electric motor to assist on uphill grades.

The photo is of my Moulton AM 20-2.

 

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On 25/02/2020 at 01:54, BillM said:

Beautiful motorcycles and excellent pictures Luc!

 

Though that BMW does not look anything like my 1975 R90/6 🙂

 

Thanks Bill. Beautiful bike that R90/6 one of the last "classic" boxers.

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On 25/02/2020 at 05:22, Dallas said:

As always, great work, Luc. 

 

Motorcycles terrify me. I think I fell off too many as a teenager to want to risk life and limb with further exploration of their merits. 

 

Thanks a lot Dallas. Yes riding a bike can be terrifying, I rode a motorcycle for a few years when I was still fearless. I still remember a few scary moments 🤔 

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