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This is my last week at the Gouger Street office, and I wandered disconsolately around wanting to take photos, but having been at this location for the last 5 years and photographing steading for 3, there isn't much I haven't already snapped. Just as I was about to give up, I spotted this shiny motorbike.
I will be on leave for the next 3 weeks, and am keen to go photowalking with any Flickr buddies in Adelaide. If you are interested, message me to arrange a time.
The best adventure in Bromo Volcano is using motorbike trekking...^_^
Thanks for all views, comments and faves...cheers ^_^
Location : Bromo Volcano Complex, East Java, Indonesia
one of the world's highest population densities and over 4 million motorbikes, Saigon has what is quite possibly the craziest traffic in the world!
little fixing before ride
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Dálník 250 prototype around 1942
As part of its secret development Zbrojovka Ing.F.Janecek also provided an opportunity for creators of various interesting projects.One of these was the pilot Jan Anderle,who with this company's support constructed during the German occupation a number of vehicles named Dálník.These were two-wheeled vehicles with a bonnet,which were to provide the comfort of a car with the running costs of a motorcycle.But Anderle's ideas did not come to fruition at that time.It was not until many years later that a Swiss car maker took up Anderle's ideas successfully andproduced a ranger-Ecomobile.
producer: Jan Anderle,Prague,Czechoslovakia
capacity: 248,5 cm3
output: 6,6kW (9 hp)
max. speed unknown
weight: 120 kg
Exposed in the Technical Museum in Prague,Czech Republic.
Leica III f red dial and Voigtlander 35mm f2,5 (Kodak Tri-x and D76 1:3)