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    My loaded LHT


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    Very cool Unkokuri! Those are some of the fattest wheels I've seen on an LHT yet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by unkokuri View Post
    My loaded LHT

    This is beautifull,I wonder why the map case is folded out in the middle of nowhere.

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    Sweet
    "It doesn't interest me to know where you live or how much money you have. I want to know if you can get up after a night of grief and despair, weary and bruised to the bone, and do what needs to be done for someone you love". Blazeman, Warrior Poet

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdom View Post
    This is beautifull,I wonder why the map case is folded out in the middle of nowhere.
    Can you think of anywhere you`d less like to get lost than the middle of nowhere?

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    [QUOTE=Psykotic_Sheep;9544641]Rocky Mountain Sherpa 30



    I like this picture

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    After eight years, I've finally busted out my touring gear in preparation for a mini-tour down the California coast. Here it is, mounted to my beloved Crosscheck.



    And just for kicks, here it is set up in local mode. I converted an old backpack that really seemed destined to be a pannier.


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    i see what you have in the bottle cages.
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    mmmm 2<3

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    first tour on my LHT, leaving chicago. it rained a lot

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    a clearer shot of the bike. that's a small guitar on the back


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    Koga signature july 2009, somewhere in Southern England
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    Beautiful bike rollinbone! Is that the 26" or 28" wheel base model?
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    Its 26"
    Yes Koga do produce a good looking piece of kit
    Heres a pic of same bike when new at the back of bike shop in UK - even prettier
    Essentially same except now has Shimano XT hydraulic disk brakes and MX30 pedals, plus straight handlebars
    Getting some Arkel gt54 panniers for next year so then will be even better
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    Quote Originally Posted by professor View Post
    a clearer shot of the bike. that's a small guitar on the back.
    I'd get a nice ukulele for touring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider View Post
    I'd get a nice ukulele for touring.
    i had a ukulele that i took on a tour when i was pulling a bob trailer with a rubbermade container... when i was stranded on the side of the road for a few hours i sat on the container and snapped it's neck, as it was resting on top

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    Our loaded '84 Trek 620 & 720. We rode them down the Oregon Coast earlier this summer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider View Post
    I converted an old backpack that really seemed destined to be a pannier.
    It DOES look like it was destined to be a pannier. What kind of mounting method did you rig up?

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    @Steve.D,
    720; my dream bike, I'm so jealous! Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by twodeadpoets View Post
    @Steve.D,
    720; my dream bike, I'm so jealous! Very nice!
    Thanks! These old vintage bikes are a joy to ride and perform surprisingly well despite not having the latest, greatest components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.D View Post
    Thanks! These old vintage bikes are a joy to ride and perform surprisingly well despite not having the latest, greatest components.
    I really enjoy seeing these pics too. My first "real" bike was a Trek 700 or 720 (?) which I bought in 1980. It was stolen from me only about 4 months after I bought it. (Luckily I was able to have it long enough to enjoy it for 3000 or so miles).

    Thanks to everybody for posting the pics. They're all great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.D View Post
    Our loaded '84 Trek 620 & 720. We rode them down the Oregon Coast earlier this summer.

    Your brake lines are completely out of control!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.D View Post
    Our loaded '84 Trek 620 & 720. We rode them down the Oregon Coast earlier this summer.

    Beautiful pair of pack mules!

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