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|The National Motorcycle Museum is recognised as the finest and largest motorcycle museum in the world.||09/14/2005||237|
|BMW motorcycle factory, Berlin-Spandau, Germany|
|Anyone interested in viewing a map of the current months motorcycle events and rallies in the USA may want to check this out. The file is updated weekly so you'll want to link to it rather than save it. We also provide the entire years rallies by state on our website www.weaselsspfld.com.||05/01/2008||426|
|A Motorcycle Sidecar and a Quad bike on a road in Dortmund||01/29/2008||546|
|This is a Go Kart & Motorcycle race track, in Mexico City.||09/08/2005||388|
|The Legend |
Year after year 100,000 people, and in 2003 actually in excess of 200,000, make the pilgrimage to the greatest sporting event of the former GDR territories, the German Motorcycle Grand Prix, taking place on the Sachsenring.
After hosting the motorcycle world championships until 1972, the 3,670 m classic race course in West Saxony saw the return of the ...
|Another picture from "Africa Megaflyover" by National Geographic. Picture by J. Michael Fay.|
|The F-101B was a two-seat all-weather interceptor variant of the Voodoo, and was numerically the most important Voodoo variant, with a total of 479 being built.|
Picture included shows the F-101B on display at Peterson AFB, CO, whose markings represent the 4750th Test Squadron, Air Defense Command. (older picture because the newer picture didn't work. Website with newer pic included).
|This is the picture overlay I made fo the Hockenheimring. I took this picture from my sailplane in September 2004.|
|The Largest Motorcycle Club In The World||10/07/2007||313|
|High resolution picture overlay - 4 cm/pixel.|
How many taxis are waiting in front of the Meridien Pacific Hotel nearby Shinagawa Station in Tokyo, Japan?
I took this picture in September 2001.
|An aerial reconnaissance picture made by USAF during WWII.|
This picture shows the heavy damage caused by air-raids in 1944 and 1945. About 87% of the city was destroyed.
The left of the two bridges in the north of the pic is a railroad-bridge crossing the River Mosel, the right one is the Balduin bridge, the one of the oldest river-crossing-site of Koblenz.