It’s Saturday morning 05.00 AM.
I’m at work and the sun rising makes me dream about a long ride. I already spoke with my good friend Leo about the chance to ride to Salt Lake City but I wasn’t 100% sure about that. Continue reading “Salt Lake City – visiting Leo”
What would you say about a Gentlemen ride? Wednesday 15 May starting at 7.30 pm let’s have a bit of fun with our bikes.The meeting point will be at the Chevron gas station at the South Las Vegas blvd intersection with East Warm Springs, 7310 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89123, starting at 7.30 PM Continue reading “Gentlemen Ride”
In the last weeks I was so busy with work and now I need a break.
Is time to spend some time on our time for us .
Plus, when is about riding and adventure we don’t really need a reason. Continue reading “Destination Unknown”
The nut slipped from my fingers and fell. The little bastard went right into the pocket near the starter motor, a deep nook where small things easily hide. It was not a terribly important nut, just one from a battery terminal, and posed no threat to the motorcycle as it sat quietly. But once the bike was barreling down the road at 70 mph, that nut could make its way into the open primary and damage a pulley or even explode the belt. To make matters worse, it was aluminum, so the magic wand with a little magnet on the end for removing steel bits from tight places was worthless. Continue reading “The Nut Doesn’t Fall Far”
Supersport Tourer With Real Supersport DNA
by Allyn Hinton
Kawasaki delivered the 2015 Concours 14 ABS with a whole slew of improvements over the prior year — some cosmetic and some for performance — and carried that over to 2019. At the core, the Kawasaki kept the 1,352 cc engine derived from the Ninja® ZX™-14R in a chassis tuned for touring. Continue reading “Kawasaki Concours 14 – Beast on the road”