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It is winter, it is raining and miserable, and I have been sliding around and splashing through puddles. That is all fine and good, but I was editing some pictures, moving pictures around, and I got to looking at some pictures from this last summer, as well as a few from the summer before. Anyway, here are some of them. I hope others will post track pictures, too, since winter here is wet and cold, and it will be April or May before I get a track fix again. All you turkeys in warm climates be sure to rub it in by posting pictures this month and in December and January so us cold, wet people can live vicariously!

Here is the TT600 on its last day in 2005.

Here it is again, probably the lap before it blew up. I am pretty sure that the red GSXR was right behind me when it made its swarm of metal gnats and a big smoke screen.

This is the first time out on the Daytona 675. No track plastic and the old suit that put a choke hold on my neck on the 675. The TT600 was big enough that I didn't need to be as flexible.

The same bike, only this time later in the summer with track plastic and the new (new to me, anyway) suit.

This picture is from 2005, the day my bike blew. The red bike is Doug, on his 2000 TT600, followed by Evo on his Daytona 600. I bought that TT600 from Doug about three days later, since he was moving out of the country.


I am looking forward to seeing track pictures from the rest of you all. These were all taken at Pacific Raceway.
 

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I've only got the one of my Speed Four, and I posted it recently, but here it is again:



That's at a Midwest Cafe Racers Association track day at Gateway International Raceway, just east of Saint Louis, MO on October 15, 2006. Cloudy, high temp of about 60 degrees F, Metzeler M-1 Sportecs worked very nicely.
 

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Pete- ya really need that gauge cover, i got one i can sell ya :razz:
 

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On 2006-11-23 01:30, FuryFour wrote:
Pete- ya really need that gauge cover, i got one i can sell ya :razz:
Yeah, if you had the gauge cover, you could finally wash your bike.
:-D
 

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Here I am at New Hamshire International Speedway on 9/26/06. I know, I know, it's not the Triumph. The TT wasn't running well enough at the time to take it, so I went with the ZX.
Had a blast!!
 

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On 2006-11-23 10:55, pete wrote:
Unlike most of you I prefer riding the bike to cleaning it
hey! I ride 1k miles a month
 

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On 2006-11-27 15:15, pete wrote:
Your bike is shitty. What's the problem? :razz:
hey that link, is it an alpinestars billboard? lolz


at least i had the gauge cover :razz:

i think i've washed my bike once. i so usually shine up parts with plexus though hahaha

[ This message was edited by: FuryFour on 2006-11-27 15:26 ]
 
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