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    Quote Originally Posted by unkokuri View Post
    My loaded LHT

    Where is this?
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    This is my "Pastoor - Kruisframe" touring from Amsterdam/NL to my hometown in Germany...





    style is over speed

    andy

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    Macfred,
    Very NICE! Makes my heart flutter
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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.
    It just does that when it's windy - that map case has two snap-ons in the front and when you get strong enough tail wind it flops over like that. The pic was taken in Bolivia, right before Potosi coming up from Uyuni - about 60 kilometers south of Potosi.

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    Here are a couple of pics of Olive in Ontario during our cross country trip this summer.
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    Randonee w/Tubus & Ortlieb

    Maiden voyage with the new Novara Randonee with Tubus racks and Ortlieb bags. I took Metra from River Forest to Elburn, rode to Dekalb and down to Shabbona, and camped at Shabbona. Next morning rode back to Elburn for the train back to River Forest. 85 miles total, but it sure felt like more than that with the load (that I'm not used to) and the 15-20mph northwest wind.
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    Macfred

    Beautiful bike and squeaky clean campsite! And those diagonal tubes running from rear axle to head tube are very interesting. : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by GodsBassist View Post
    Your brake lines are completely out of control!
    Yep! The 720's cables are too long, and the 620's too short. Maybe I can average them out somehow.

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    Last edited by Bartmetdefiets; 09-09-09 at 02:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.D View Post
    Macfred

    Beautiful bike and squeaky clean campsite! And those diagonal tubes running from rear axle to head tube are very interesting. : )
    I bet you`d have to try REALLY hard to break that bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartmetdefiets View Post
    Really nice! Where are you traveling? Looks like SW USA...

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    It's in the northwest of Argentina, between Susques and San Antonio de los Cobres

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    Very Fully Loaded S24O:
    Surly LHT 08, Carradice Saddle bag and some borrowed Ortliebs, all on Surly Nice Racks. Pulling Pacific Trailer and two little boys. My wife (who I am trying to indoctrinate) was allowed to carry only her stuff.

    Me, pulling tent, sleeping bags/mats and clothes for three people, and the three people. We rode 50kms yesterday and then returned today. Hottest days of the year so far, I think. Spring has sprung.
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    100 bucks for nazi clown tires? I'll pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetbike View Post
    Very Fully Loaded S24O:
    Surly LHT 08, Carradice Saddle bag and some borrowed Ortliebs, all on Surly Nice Racks. Pulling Pacific Trailer and two little boys. My wife (who I am trying to indoctrinate) was allowed to carry only her stuff.

    Me, pulling tent, sleeping bags/mats and clothes for three people, and the three people. We rode 50kms yesterday and then returned today. Hottest days of the year so far, I think. Spring has sprung.
    WOw, you're not kidding fully loaded.

    Your last comment makes me a bit sad. Here, fall has fallen.
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    light load
    heavy load
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsanaCycles View Post
    light load
    heavy load
    the front panniers are just the icing on the cake on that BD load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macfred View Post
    This is my "Pastoor - Kruisframe" touring from Amsterdam/NL to my hometown in Germany...


    style is over speed

    andy
    Very nice and proof that you don't need an lht to go touring Has it got a geared hub and I don't know whether my eyes are playing tricks but is the front wheel smaller than the rear? The straw hat is a nice touch too.

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    Re: Surly LHT

    What a beautiful bike. Very nice setup. I hope you have many, many enjoyable miles on this beauty.

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    kickstand

    Nice "solid" kickstand you have! I've done this many times myself.
    Be high on life and nothing else.

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    Wow

    Quote Originally Posted by balindamood View Post
    Found this 1984 Lotus Odyssey at the Slavation Army. It will be nice to have a more civilized touring bike than my trekking ATB. Fresh from a complete overhaul and handlebar upgrade. There is a more detailed description of the rehab over on the Classics and Vintage forum.

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    Wow! Very nice. Looks brand spanking new. Nice.

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    Lht

    Quote Originally Posted by 12bar View Post
    Here's my decked out LHT,
    That is one handsome looking bike. Nice high visibility panniers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimey View Post
    My rig.

    2009 LHT.

    Picture of a finished 300 mile 4 day trip. Fell in love with the bike on the trip, hope to head out soon for a 7+ day tour when I can get time off work.
    Grimey - Nice to see an Iowan in the mix here. I currently live in WDM but lived in Ames when I went to ISU. Nice rig too, I have similar setup for 58cm frame. Looks like you got it loaded down good but have you wanted/needed front panniers? I don't have them either but have been contemplating getting some. How does it handle with all the weight in the rear.

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    Here's my rig fresh off the train in Eugene OR, loaded for a 12 day tour down the pacific coast bike route:

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    this is my bike loaded up for an over-nighter, though that later got canceled. in the end it at least taught me a lesson about just how huge my bags realy are.
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