Okay, want another easy-to-enter and just-for-fun competition?
This one involves finding a photo of your motorcycle parked in an interesting place. Post the picture somewhere (Facebook, Twitter, Blog, photo-sharing site etc) and put a link to it in the comments section below. Tell us where it is and why it is interesting. Entries close on Monday 22nd April.
Spread the word!
I will pick my top three favourites and post them on this blog. Don’t worry about the quality of the picture, it is the place the bike is parked that should be good. There are no prizes, this is just for fun!
I will start the ball rolling…..
Taken during my 21,000 mile ride around America, I parked my motorcycle on the pavement outside the Harley-Davidson Café in Las Vegas. A policeman agreed to let me do it!
Now, go find a picture of your bike parked somewhere interesting.....
This is probably going to be a common location but I'll start off with
Myself with three friends at the Arctic Circle
Hhhm. A friend has a Vincent Black Shadow parked in his living room.........under glass I believe.
Will be interesting to see what people come up with.
Are multiple entries allowed?
If so, here is my bike parked by the Prince George man in the middle of British Columbia. I would have never even noticed its existence save for a comment from another moto-blogger who used to live there and asked for a photo.
OK Gary, here's my submission: an old building in Utah.
Hi Gary, nice challenge! Here is my contribution:
Gary, can't compete with the rare parking spots above (your's included) but I've parked in some really awesome places. I've posted a few here at ://ridingonavstar.blogspot.ca/
I just had to get in on this
Some of the more exotic locations are going to be hard to beat but my entry is in taken in the rolling downs of Kent.
But the link was ignored....!
Here is my entry http://scootermayhem.blogspot.com And yes the bike is the centre of my universe!
Highway 61 on my way to Illinois
Gary here is my submission. http://azharleydude.blogspot.com/
Now, I will go look at the others.
Here you are . . .
click this link
Riding the Wet Coast
I cannot send a photo of the best place I have ever parked a motorcycle. For one thing, it was dark. For another, I don't want her husband to find out.
My Yamaha Raider parked in the Alabama hills of Inyo county. A "Star" Motorcycle in the place that the "Stars" have filmed hundreds of movies ;)
Here ya go on the picture.
here's one I prepared earlier 2 machines ago
Here's one of my favorites, my Tiger in a wheat field: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-XvcogIbfRUQ/UBqM_oRBBxI/AAAAAAAADfE/2pKbRAkXuC4/s640/IMG_5349.JPG
An old picture, of Maria, my second motorcycle...with Denver's Blue Bear...thought it fitting as I am heading where more bears are to be found...though hopefully not of the same size!
Maria and the Bear
Hi Gary! I learned about this challenge through her highness, Princess Scooterpie, and fun it is!
Here is my latest blog post, featuring my favorite riding picture and my favorite parked picture, just because.
here's my wife and our streetbob in Spain - felt like i was Peter Fonda riding along seeing things like this!
Gary, not exotic and perhaps not all that interesting, but it was so unexpected when I discovered this place in a place I thought I knew all about. Also, I find it cool because it is a sign of hope. Enjoy.
Keith, you forgot to include the link.
Whoops! Here's the link: http://crcleblue.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-eyes.html
Sorry about that.
In my basement during Hurricane Sandy on the Connecticut Shoreline
Okay... I'm in!
Took this during an Auburn game, one Fall Saturday afternoon. It's an old antique buildings with old antique stuff. lol!
Have fun browsing, Gary. There are a lot of very cool pics here!
It looks like I just made your blog challenge by the skin of my teeth. Here it is here.......
If I'm not too late for an entry, here's a photo from last week on a ride through Oak Creek Canyon in AZ. Photo taken at the entrance to Slide Rock State Park.
You have never posted up a winner for this blog post and it closed in april, but I guess you didn't say which year.
Chiller Tek - You are absolutely right! You know when things get ahead of you and there is so much to do, that you don't achieve everything? This was one of those times. Your reminder has prompted me to do something about it though!
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