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  1. tunc
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    went out today and thought we can post some pics of bridges that we see and like
    its called the seacliffe bridge about 15mls from my place and has only been opened for about 4 yrs after the original road closed because of landslides

    and some bikes gettin across it

    a shot from a plane showin what its like

  2. micg10
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    great pics Pete, pelted down rain here today, didn't stop me from gettin the bike though!

  3. tunc
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    lol mick 42c /106f here today right now 6:12 pm and 38c
    havin a beer or 2 or 3 or lots

    post some bridge pics up mick theres some down your way

  4. micg10
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    lol mick 42c /106f here today right now 6:12 pm and 38c havin a beer or 2 or 3 or lots post some bridge pics up mick theres some down your way
    the bridges we've got here go over dry river beds. lol

  5. VTvinChic
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    HEY!!! Didn't anybody tell them they were going the wrong way??!!
    looks like fun, though. I bet that becomes a good race strip at night. Great to see down under photos.

  6. popper19
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    HEY!!! Didn't anybody tell them they were going the wrong way??!! looks like fun, though. I bet that becomes a good race strip at night. Great to see down under photos.
    HAH!! I know I've been up too long, my highly trained police observation skills completely missed that they were on the wrong side of the road!!!

  7. Silwerato5x5
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    I think its absolutely awesome!

    Without pics like this these forums would dry up, thanks mates!

    We have a highway that runs along the California coast, Highway 1 its called and the portion from Monterey south to Morrow Bay is a trip I have done in my younger years that I never forgot, if nobody notices I am in Alaska but I used to live in the Sierra Nevada at Incline Village and at South Shore and I would say a day long trip all around Lake Tahoe would be a great cruise, I may haul my bike down there in a year or two behind my Silverado and just spend a summer cruising from Washington to San Diego along that Highway 1 and then head back to the Sierras, I would ride my bike down the Alaska Highway but it would beat it to death, I've driven the 2,000 miles of it three times and it is one rough road. Miles and miles of miles, mostly a heavy coarse gravel in many places, pavement breaks where the bitter cold buckles the roadway, dust and absolutely crazy truckers oh and the caravans of lumbering motorhomes that refuse to use turnouts, if there are any.

  8. Marg
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    well,I love seeing this stuff,I bet the ride is beyond anything....Thank you

  9. tunc
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    bump
    revive this
    so where is some pics of your bridges
    got to be some somewhere

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