How I Broke My 250 Supermoto
I forgot to mention the two winters of daily commuting it endured (road salt, snow, and extreme temps). This bike has been ridden in a wide range of weather, environments, and scenarios. It's been dumped a few times. As they say, "Track, dirt, street, stairs, and tomorrow's a brand new day." Still, couple all that with heavy modifications and abusing the bike well beyond what it was designed for... and 30,000 miles in 2 years becomes very taxing on the poor beast. There are some epic pictures of it on my Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thefriendlyhooligan Don't worry-- it's getting rebuilt. New transmission bits, new top end, Dyno tuning the carb... Should be golden in a few more weeks! I miss it terribly.
Life Without a Car- and yelling at the weather (motovlog)
I guess you could say I was... carrying on. Heh. My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thefriendlyhooligan
Derp... Hello, Officer...
Either cops are chick magnets, or this motorcycle is a cop magnet. Both? I am curious how he's going to ride when he gets that 636... Note that he was friendly, didn't mind the camera, and was more than reasonable. Not all cops are bad guys. Today is clearly not my day to buy a lottery ticket, though... My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thefriendlyhooligan The motorcycle is a 2009 Kawasaki ER-6n. The camera is the Drift HD170 Stealth. I have other motorcycles and cameras, yes. See my channel! :)
Cop Envies My Motard - and a group ride
Hangin' with my peeps! :-)