xulf13 said:Awesome to see some mud and dirt on the bell....and the original electric solid conductor wire holding it onto the bike.
Oh I wrecked it, but I didn't have the bell yet. To think, this all could have been avoided had Ephraim handed it off a bit sooner.irk miller said:No wonder why you didn't wreck on those trails. You had the bell.
Yay. I also forgot to take it.Hurco550 said:I still have the bell, irk is going to grab it at mid Ohio (since I forgot to give it to him at thaw)
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I gotta get you the book!irk miller said:The bell has made it's way to Augusta, GA via Mid-Ohio and a Dakine duffel bag. It even managed to will an empty 6 pack of Corona bottles on the side of I-75 in the mountains of Kentucky when Mr E and I ran out of gas on the way south. We used them to transfer fuel from our bike tanks to his truck...
I'll put these on the flash drive too, but here are a few from the rides on the dr650. Its been to chickamauga Georgia, Chattanooga Tennessee, Birmingham Alabama, North Carolina, rode part of the transatlantic trail and part of the blue ridge parkway and been to the dayton air force museum. I'm guessing about 1500-2000 miles all told.Redbird said:Outstanding!!
Keep posting pics. Not everyone gets to read the logbook/see the thumbdrive of the Bells Adventures!!