beautiful, thanks for sharing
Hey guys. Its me again with more stories and of course pics of bikers doing their thing in my country Kenya. Its amazing how bikers share a special bond of friendship and brotherhood irregardless of borders and nationality, exhibited in their open-hearted desire to share both experiences and information both bike and non-bike related. So, here is more of my country.
My previous thread: Boys' ride out- kenya
beautiful, thanks for sharing
wow those roads are surprisingly well maintained and it great condition. but then again Africa probably isnt seeing too much snow these days to cause pot holes you could get lost in like around here....
how bout a few pics of a cheeta running along side the Busa....
thanks for sharin...
Very nice pics, and good write up on riding. Just can't imagine rounding a corner and having to wait on a herd of elephants to move. I did have to wait on a herd of buffalo in yellowstone park, they walked right by the bikes, 2 ft away, thay are BIG that close.
take the side roads, live life to the fullest
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2008 busa orange and black
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Beautiful pic the first one is!
Thanks again for sharing.
The roads here are actually quite good. Snow doesn't fall around here. In fact I have never seen snow in Kenya in my life Even the winters here are quite warm We enjoy good weather for riding all year round, no such thing as riding seasons because we ride all year.
About the cheetah, I'll try not get eaten as I take the picture
thats awesome, so thats where tea comes from, never woulda known that thanks, i really dont think its the cheeta i'd be worried about rather than the black mamba and all those other lovely snakes you guys have over there.
Very nice pics. What kind of camera do you use? Do you get to see much wild life? I have always wanted to take a safari trip to take pics of all the wild life there. Thanks for sharing
Doug C. Playing pool and going FAST http://s1048.photobucket.com/albums/s372/dCarter53/
And the pics just keep coming.
Those pictures make me want to visit Kenya with a bike now. I already planned to visit one day.
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Even more pics. Oh guys I almost forgot. I mentioned about tea earlier. Well, Kenya also produces a lot of the world's coffee as well. Tea and coffee are produced in many parts of the country. See the pictures below, notice the dark green bushes, call them short trees if you prefer. Well, that's coffee right there. Photos 3 & 4 below have a good view of coffee on both sides of the road. Coffee trees or bushes. Large, vast coffee plantations
thanks for the pics!
what side of the road do you ride on? at 1st it looked like the left....but then
is it the left?
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