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Old 03-18-03, 01:28 PM   #1
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Touring pics needed

I'm working on a presentation for touring, and I'd love to show some pictures of loaded touring bikes. If anyone has any they can post, I would really enjoy showing them as part of my presentation. I'll need them by Thursday evening.

Just post the pic, what kind of bike you've got, and if you want to say where you were when the pic was taken, that would be great too.

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Old 03-18-03, 02:20 PM   #2
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Sandy Palmer in Eastern Washington State, May 2002 on a tour from Seattle to Alaska.
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Sorry I dont have any pictures because I have never gone on a tour. I love to see these. Please keep them coming because Koffee needs them and I love to look!

I wanted to add that like visionrider did, it really helps some of us that would like to tour someday to read the type of bike you took. Thanks
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Here I am in eastern Turkey's Kurdish regions. The Bike is a Cannondale. I was on my world tour.







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Old 03-19-03, 02:01 PM   #7
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This the bike at the Eurphrates River in Turkey: the traditional dividing line between East and West.



Sorry these pics are so big, but you might find it helpful that the resolution is better.

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Thanks to everyone who posted their pics for me to use. I really appreciate it, and special mentions will be made about you at the Chicago Bike Show.

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Thanks to everyone who posted their pics for me to use. I really appreciate it, and special mentions will be made about you at the Chicago Bike Show.
If you mention my pic, it might be worth mentioning that the Great Ocean Road is something every cyclist should do at least once. I'm already thinking about twice.

I have several other pics from that epic, although none that have me in them.
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