So much going on in this video, LOL.
Put a new horn on the motorcycle today.
Cruising through the listings on Cho Tot, a popular e-marketplace in Vietnam, I came across what I instantly knew was my future bike: a 1981 Suzuki GN125. It was all original and came with the original, numbers-matching “Blue Card”, the title and registration for Motorcycles in Vietnam. The listing had the price at…
Riding at night, on 45mph road, in all black, with a barely working rear light, and only the whites of your calves to reflect my HIGH BEAMS? Not very bright of you, sir.
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!
It has been about 5 months since my last post on here which contained the beginnings of my new business called Brick House Builds LLC. The builds that go on consist of pre-90s Japanese motorcycles that I build into cafe racers, bobbers, brats, scramblers, and whatever else fits the bill. Since the last post I have…
WALTER CRASHED! But he’s raising money for awareness of the thing that caused his crash, more or less. I think I’ll buy one:
Act like this.
Busy shopping day downtown? Better cut off an Envoy and a group of pedestrians to turn left.
Dutch cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten crashes out of the lead of the women's road race just seven miles from the finish. She suffered a concussion and three cracked vertebrae. And this, kids, is why we wear a helmet.
That my trip odo only has 5 digits.
Last month I picked up a collection of parts that claimed to be a 1974 Honda CB125s. Torn apart, top end dissasembled, rotten tires, missing parts, faded paint, torn seat, but somehow an appealing and honest little machine.
when 2 of 3 most popular articles are about motorcycles SMDH
All of the #twoWheelsGood, none of the #twoWheelsBad.
The wife just Kiboshed the idea of me getting a new bike. She was on board at first but I don’t think she realized that I was actually serious. Now that I had a buyer line up on my bike and the financing lined up on the KLR, pretty much all set to get the bike tomorrow she says “NOPE! No way! Are you out of your…
Watch where you’re going.