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It is amazing to think how much we ride, how many great people we meet and amazing places we get to see thanks to our motorcycles. There is just something very special about travel by bike and not without it’s amazing pros and unfortunate cons as well. But the risk vs the reward, in my opinion, is easily worth the joy and freedom you receive. One of my favorite things is riding on a deserted (by nice) road, just going the speed you want and where the wind will take you, just enjoying life as the farms roll by; an almost Zen like experience.

I’ve rode in Europe, UK and North America and each offers it’s own pleasures uniquely different from each other. If you have never rode in another country or continent before, give it a shot!

So while only 0.00001% of my old ride photos are here, they are all very special and mean something to me, even though they might not mean anything to you personally, I hope you enjoy viewing them.

Mike

 


In England, near Denham at Denham Airport. My friend Matt both worked (and flew!) from here.


One of my very favorite roads called “Tile House Road”,
it’s a very narrow 2 lane road and cuts through a few farms. West London, UK.


One of my very favorite roads called “Tile House Road” and my favorite tree “bridge” up ahead.


One of my very favorite roads called “Tile House Road”


One of my very favorite roads called “Tile House Road”


One of my very favorite roads called “Tile House Road”


My #1 favorite UK road called “Breakspear Road”. The perfect blend of curves, hills, canals, bridges and trees at a very nice 40-50mph speed limit. This is the best shot before you go under the National Rail bridge.


My #1 favorite UK road called “Breakspear Road”. The perfect blend of curves, hills, canals, bridges and trees at a very nice 40-50mph speed limit. This is looking the other way from the National Rail bridge.


Unnamed Road in West London countryside. As you can see, it can get both narrow, forrested and dark quickly.


Unnamed Road in West London countryside. As you can see, it can get both narrow, forrested and dark quickly.


Me on my bike in the UK just after I bought the 2001 Kawasaki ZR7F. 3 years of ownership, not a single issue with it. Sold for the same as I bought it for. What more can you ask of a bike?