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Riding the 66 to Oatman, AZ.

This is the second post about my trip in the South west of the USA in October 2013 on a Harley-Davidson.

The pictures speak for themselves. I can write with my basic English this time 🙂 following the one in French about San Francisco. Time stops 50 years ago or more on the 66. A break in Oatman is a must after riding the Stigreaves Pass on the tricky Black Mountains roads. Country and plants are strange, sun is hot…. and so are the shops… See by yourself:

– Copyright ©: All pictures and texts by Frederic Galetto –

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Buddha & the technology.

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The little car among the limos.

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Fatigue.

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Fatigue – Weariness – Stanchezza….

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Grande Bici (for sale): close-up.

During 2012 I posted about an exceptional recumbent bike…and the destiny of a genius italian craftsman….

Trevi-Bike B2RI later went to Carmagnola – Italy, visited Tiberio Trervisan and acquired the bike. I hesitated a lot prior to eventually buying this piece of art called B2R for “Born To Race”: it’s beautiful but also a very demanding ride. Here is a close-up gallery with a few details of this exceptional and unique recumbent bike now for sale:

This recumbent bike is for sale: EUR 1’900.- The bike being engineered for racing and high performance riding, a test ride is highly recommended prior to purchase. It was not ridden since its acquisition more than 100 kms and is in perfect condition. If you are interested or would like more information about the bike’s history do not hesitate to contact me by email.

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Spring into the house.

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View from the boat.

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Do you know Mouettes Genevoises? These are small boats travelling across what we call le petit lac (the small lake)  or la rade (the harbour). Red and yellow, they can pass under the bridges and can take about 30 persons on board. Even the smallest journey using the M1 from place du Molard to Pâquis – Rotonde du Mont-Blanc will provide you with an outstanding view from Geneva and the legendary Jet d’eau.

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