Girl and her 1997 Kawasaki Ninja zx6r. Model 600F3

This is my first street bike. 1997 Kawasaki Ninja zx6r. Model ZX- 600F3. Purchased on October 2009 as a celebratory gift for myself when I graduated Cal Poly Pomona in Mechanical Engineering Technology on June 2009. My bike's name is Adaline. Never crashed :) I must give credit to my father-in-law who found the bike for me to purchase from Fresno. Thanks Dad for finding her. Picked up riding really quick. I would say riding and racing downhill mountain bikes helped a lot. So speed, balance, and maneuvering on the motorcycle came natural to me. I'm not saying I'm mint. There's always room for improvement. And yeah, my nickname is Yogi. Had it since I was a child ***stay tuned for more videos on maintenance and rides. *** My channel page http://www.youtube.com/user/LuckyYogi?feature=mhum ***My helmet is an Icon with "head trip" design

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Asian German Girl and her 2005 Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R 636. Kawi Girl.
Link to a short artistic film on the 636 of all the mods I have done thus far: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmdbm5rnhiI My first motorcycle of about 4 years was a 1997 Kawasaki Ninja Zx6r f3 Model. Really loved her and it still hurts to think about her and how she went. I get really sentimental and attached to my things. Especially items that has helped me grow, find a new chapter in my life, and break barriers. My 2nd motorcycle is a 2005 Kawasaki Ninja Zx6r 636. Really fortunate enough to find this motorcycle and an honest seller who is really passionate about his motorcycle. I appreciate what James, the previous owner, has done for this 636. Special thank you to my aunty Tina and uncle Ken who came out to help me right away after the accident. Also thank you to Shanyn for being the one to brighten my day and get me out of the house. Was really really sad and in pain at the time. The bonfire with friends was just the ticket to put a smile on my face. She is just so silly and loveable :3. Thank you to my family and all my friends who are currently helping me get through this whole process. Oh and especially thank you to my mom for not freaking out. Bwhahha, you have grown mom XD. Welp, here's to moving forward, and getting back in the saddle quickly. New memories to create and especially, new YouTube videos to make as I learn to adjust to my new girl. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Slam_Funk/Broke_For_Free_- _Slam_Funk_-_11_Simple_Hop --------------------------------------------------------------------------- --- If you would like to send me mail, which I would be stoked over :D Yogi Zanutto P.O. Box#600924 San Diego, Ca 92160 Follow me on: Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/TheLuckyYogi Strava @ http://app.strava.com/athletes/1166666 Etsy @ http://www.etsy.com/people/LuckyYogi YouTube @ http://www.youtube.com/user/LuckyYogi Instagram @ http://statigr.am/theluckyyogi Twitter @ http://twitter.com/#!/TheLuckyYogi





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Kawi Girl Riding Her Ninja ZX6R to Coronado Cupcakery. Go Pro
First use with Go Pro and Editing program. Edited down the video since it was just a ride to Coronado Island for cupcakes at Coronado Cupcakery. Deleted straight aways and kept any turns. This video has a motorcycle view from the back to Coronado, going into the cupcakery, eating the cupcake with friends, and motorcycle view from the front returning home. Riding with me is my husband on his new 2001 Honda RC51 that he just picked up yesterday :) Breaking in some miles. Coronado Cupcakery Review: I ordered the "Chocolate PB Jess" cupcake that the cupcakery described as a "chocolate cupcake with a creamy peanut butter core topped with a peanut butter frosting." The cupcake frosting has a moderate hint of peanut butter, really sugary and sweet and so close to the taste of store bought over processed frosting. If you love that, then the Peanut butter taste is definitely a plus. The cupcake itself was supposed to be chocolate with a core of peanut butter. The peanut butter was not in the core. It was a thick goop squished on the surface of the cupcake with peanut butter frosting on top. The chocolate cupcake itself was moist and good. No complaints there. The cupcakery listed interesting flavors on the board yet the cupcakery seriously failed on delivering those interesting tastes. I believe the cupcakes would taste much better if they either move their location or close the store doors and enclose their cupcakes. The store is located next to the ocean. With the salt and moisture in the air, those elements will take effect on the cupcakes by drying them out faster and allowing the sugar to crystallize. Instead of an expected smooth texture in the frosting, it becomes quite crumbly with first lick. Cupcakes are the average price $3.25 for one, $18 for 1/2 dozen and $34 for a dozen. Overall rating on Coronado Cupcakery: 3 out of 5. Nothing special, but it was good. I've been here twice now with a year in between. Still ranks on average. My Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/LuckyYogi?feature=mhum




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