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+I continued my break-in of the CBR250RA yesterday on a ride to the Livingston Manor and Beaverkill Covered Bridges, and the dead end at the Balsam Lake Mountain Wild Forest. There were several damaged/closed roads, and quite a bit of care needed to be taken while riding the mountainous backroads. Additionally, I needed to detour briefly due to a structure fire on the way back.

Here's my route, followed by images of the bridges:
http://g.co/maps/qnpc5

Livingston Manor C.B.:
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10909.JPG
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10910.JPG
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10911.JPG
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10912.JPG
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10913.JPG
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10914.JPG

Beaverkill C.B.:
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10915.JPG
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10916.JPG

Modified image showing the internal structure of the Beaverkill C.B. without dimming the bike:
http://www.roadkillonline.net/imagedb_images/35_10908.JPG

Granted, the bike's break-in is only 300 miles, but I eased it gradually more aggressively from the 300 to 600 mile point, and now need to schedule initial service.

Ride on.
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Nice.

But can't you put the photos into the image box before you post so we can see them without having to click on a link?
 

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bandwidth...

Redline said:
Nice... But can't you put the photos into the image box before you post so we can see them without having to click on a link?
+Thank you... Of course I could, but I've already uploaded them to my image server. My links are safe & I'm saving host bandwidth.

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TheMente said:
Seems clearance is out of spec :p

Nice shots, reminds me of Need for Speed III by EA
+Right behind the ground grate that you can barely see behind the bike there is a rise to the bridge deck. If I could've stood just behind the bike on that rise, I would've just been sunlit and appeared ginormous.

Or, I might actually be ginormous. (You rarely see the guy behind the lens... 8^D)

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Redline; said:
Don't bother and just paste the URL into the 'image' button here... It's a much better experience for all.
+Not for all, as my method saves me time. Don't bother to click if you're so inclined. The overall experience is always reserved for the more adventurous amongst us anyway.

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