Me and my new toy. You should see the lens I just bought for it too. Nikkor 80-200 2.8 ED. SAWEET!
Thanks danno, wish my talent was as good as yours.Originally Posted by DannoXYZ
Hmmm, the last bike looks like it has no fork.
Yup, no fork at all. So under maximum-braking it doesn't bottom out the front suspension and bounce over bumps like a traditional fork. I think that's Ron Haslem riding the ELF-Honda.Originally Posted by Pheard
Haha, that guy behind Joe looks like my dad.Originally Posted by Shadiyah
Bass fishing in March:
snorkeling in Hawai'i:
helping out with Marine Comfort Quilts, for families that have lost loved ones in Iraq:
My most frequent activity, being there for my wife and kids. In this case it's my wife's promotion ceremony, so it's a couple of years old:
"It hurts so good..."
driving old cars:
pics of me reading, surfing the net and drinking beer are probably not needed.
Hey, thanks for the photo! Notice that the longitudinal rearward push of the front-wheel under braking is absorbed by the lower swing-arm. The pivot-point for the swingwarm is above the front-axle, so there's some anti-dive geometry. The one-sided "fork" just deals with turning the front-wheel as no braking-forces are transmitted to it.