Wednesday, October 19, 2011

RSD is on the right track

Really glad there will be more options for riding gear that I can wear around town without looking too techy. This is a great start. Now if they'd just hire me to help design...

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Friday, July 29, 2011

Sato frame sliders

Funny. With the right tools, these were very easy to install. Taking fairing off and on, not so easy! Why hasn't anyone redesigned that? I know I'd love to...

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Venice skate park

Wish we had one of these in my hometown when I was growing up. There was some kind of left-over 70s roller-skate park that I recall viewing once before it was bulldozed. I remembering wheeling launch ramps that we built a mile down the road on our boards just to skate it behind Kmart for an hour before getting kicked out. Wow, could I sound any older? "Back in my day..."

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Apres Angeles Crest

Yep, Angeles Crest is open. Finally got up there. Think my brake is shot... Rosy agrees.

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Couples biking...

El Capitan Jamis

It's not very often that I get to bike nowadays, unfortunately. Glad we brought the bikes along this weekend. This is such a simple and reliable bike. Love it. Now I remember how much I love biking!

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

TechSpec Gripster

Worked well on the Ninja. Should work well on the Daytona. I was even able to get the snakeskin pattern that they've discontinued in favor of the C3 pattern. Works for me. My only gripe is that these are much bigger than I'd hoped.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011


Growing up in the '80's, it was my cross street neighbor that had all the good stuff. The Air Jordans, the Redline, and of course, the streetbikes. I always loved the Darth Vader fairing on this one.

Classic offroad

As seen at the Petersen Auto Museum