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Photo made last Saturday on the “Voie Sacrée” (Sacred Way) between Bar-le-Duc and Verdun in France, notorious supply route to the First World War slaughter grounds around Verdun.
I tweaked the pic a little to make it look like a visit in the 1920’s or 30’s, and that’s what I like about the Rebel, it fits right in, it has the dimensions and some styling similarities to bikes of that era.
3047 km/1893 miles so far.
 

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Photo made last Saturday on the “Voie Sacrée” (Sacred Way) between Bar-le-Duc and Verdun in France, notorious supply route to the First World War slaughter grounds around Verdun.
I tweaked the pic a little to make it look like a visit in the 1920’s or 30’s, and that’s what I like about the Rebel, it fits right in, it has the dimensions and some styling similarities to bikes of that era.
3047 km/1893 miles so far.
Now that is an amazing photo. Print it out on regular paper, pat it down with some black coffee and let it dry, you'll get something that'll look like it's from a newspaper clipping from waaaaay back!
 

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Thanks Fred and Saint!
Erik, the (very) tiny screen actually works quite well for me, no windblast on my chest, and no buffeting on my full face helmet. On the freeway driving back home from France I did a stretch of about 2 hours at 75 mph (gps miles, not speedo), suits me fine. I'm a short guy, 5,34 ft, experiences may vary depending on stature.
 
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