I took the SV650 out for a little spin yesterday





Rayabusa0818

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I always stop down by the creek...

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The route was twisty and scenic...

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Headed down to Ultimate Cycles where there is a party every Saturday. They have moved the start time from two to five PM so I couldn't stay but I did get to hang out with my friend Robert the Busa Doctor. Here is his latest article about battery care in a local motorcycle magazine...

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There were a few Busas there...this one belongs to a rider name Mark, but he took off while I was talking with Robert and I didn't get to meet him...

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These two were awaiting service...

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This one is for sale...

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Rayabusa0818

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Then it was time to head home on the way I stopped for a short visit with my older brother at his campsite on Chickamauga Lake...

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Hey Chattanoogabusa what's that in the background...

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I saw this beauty parked down by the lake...

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Then it was back home and off to my friend and neighbor James' 50th Birthday party

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His wife Judy surprised him with this beauty from 1978 the year they got married...

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rubber2burn

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Don you need to make a trip to Texas and bring the SV and Busa and lets take them for a spin. I have a place to store them they can stay in the Garage with my Busa and SV :laugh:
 

Justyntym

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Awesome thanks for the pics

I'm drooling hard over the TA...

I had a dark blue with T-tops '79 TA that's never left my heart
(oh she's long gone after about 300,000 miles, I lived in that car).

I'd love to get another...
 

Flicka

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Hey Chattanoogabusa what's that in the background...

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It's hard to be sure, but from this picture I'd guess it's a pair of 459' tall natural draft cooling towers, most likely at a nuclear power station with two pressurized water reactors and a winter net dependable generating capacity of 2320 megawatts. :whistle:

Nice pics as always, Don. Thanks for sharing. :beerchug:
 

Rayabusa0818

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It's hard to be sure, but from this picture I'd guess it's a pair of 459' tall natural draft cooling towers, most likely at a nuclear power station with two pressurized water reactors and a winter net dependable generating capacity of 2320 megawatts. :whistle:

Nice pics as always, Don. Thanks for sharing. :beerchug:
Oh yea, I thought it was Sequoyah:lol:
 

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