TT Version of Cheryl’s 2013 BMW F800GS….such a nice looking bike eh? But look at their prices especially for the crash bars upper and lower! I have an issue with TT using a clamp for the upper cage….anyone else?
Location: Ivory Coast; A worker takes a break on top of bales of cotton.
A bird’s eye view of the world. If bird’s were tourists…with cameras…and little fanny packs. Yann Arthus Bertrand is famous in the photography world for his stunning aerial photography and it’s easy to see why. posted about a year ago
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