Because we all need some good feels today.
(aka CB900F, and for you European Jalops, the Honda Hornet)
So this might be a term that my friend and I used as kids to describe bashing around in the woods on our bikes, but it kind of applies here: it’s not about going out and trying that new trail everyone’s talking about. It’s about taking your bike on that trail no one is talking about. In this case, taking our bikes on…
SLOW, LOOK, PRESS, ROLL...
...and it’s $13,750. Yeah, that’s about what I expected, but not the price range I’m looking at. (It doesn’t have removable batteries either, though, so it was already disqualified.)
Here’s a short breakdown/historical overview/etc. of a 1928 Scott Flying Squirrel. The Scotts were made up until the ‘60s virtually unchanged, and can still be had for prices favorably comparable to a used Harley. One of the most unique Anglo bikes, very light and fast.
I’ll be adding this to my ever-growing list of bikes I want, but will probably never buy
So I’ve been riding a Triumph Sprint ST 955 for four years now. A friend of mine wants to start riding, so I’m highly considering selling him the Triumph. That means I’ll need a new bike, and there are too many ADV bike to pick. Help!
Woooo! Track day photos! Putnam Park is a fast and flowing track. Spent a lot of time on the right side of the tires.
I don’t know exactly how many dollars worth of rare Hondas I saw, but I know that it was many.
After kicking the idea of getting a moto license for years, to the point of my better half rolling her eyes and saying something along the lines of “oh, this topic again?” I finally registered for an MSF course.
Not exactly how I wanted to end the last session of my third trackday.
Bumped up to the intermediate group!
I get asked frequently why I ride a motorcycle or go on camping trips by myself. I don’t have any friends that ride. I haven’t ridden with another motorcycle in 5-6 years. Yet, I feel consumed by the by the hobby and wouldn’t think about giving it up.
The girlfriend passed her MSF class and much to my surprise wanted a bike ASAP. I had suggested an old cheap Ninja 250, but she had her heart set on this particular TU250X the moment she saw it. She originally liked the idea of a Honda Rebel, but soon realized that she didn’t like the low seat height and forward…
The 2005 Honda CBR 1000RR Repsol edition.
Thr ex-owner of the company I work at has some things stored in shipping containers on the property. This is one of those things....
Today is the start of the 2017 Iron Butt Rally, which is, in my opinion, the most hard core thing you can do on a motorcycle.
1976 Honda CB550 Four, with 18,000 miles. It’s gorgeous, and making me think about learning how to ride.