Here is a pretty in depth video of the Dusty Butt Adventure ride I put together this year. Get comfy, it's an hour long.
Hamilton North Special School is having its 8th Annual Charity Motorbike run on Sunday the 23th November 2014. This is an event that is open to anyone that rides a motorbike and is to raise money to help children with Special Needs
Hi all MX riders & parents
This is a reminder for all school aged mx riders to view our poster & entry form (if they are wanting to enter) for the Pukekohe Motorcycle Club Secondary Schools MX Champs event which is to be held on Sunday 24th August
The entries close on 15th Aug or there abouts so get your entries in.
The Puke club is hoping this will be a school boys motocross event at it’s best.
There will be great prizes &
I decided this week, that weather permitting, I would be hitting the road today....and the weather certainly permitted.
I had no real plan and early in the week the forecast was looking marginal, but when it all cleared up yesterday I gave Ken a call to see if he was up for a ride. I really needed to start conditioning for the long rides coming up in October (NI1600) and November (C1KC), but as it's early days and mid-winter, I figured a short foray into the southern Wai'rapa would
Two weeks further on and finally feeling that the first milestone is just around the corner…having the bike registered and getting number plates!! :-)
I’d been struggling to refit the gearbox to the bell-housing, not being able to centre everything just right for it to slide back together. So, using the dimensions given in my Haynes manual, Mace Engineering machined a tool to help centre
Testing this Blog thing to see how it works
Saturday Morning Ride 19/07/14
Ride report (part 1)
Its Saturday and still dark, best gear up to the hilt as its 2deg on the coastal hill of home (sure to be colder on the flats)
Wheel KT down the drive to be svelte and try to jump start her just in case battery is reluctant, bike skids and burbles into life then stops,
O well kick her in the guts on the starter then, bam no problems, and wait
Hmmm....7 weeks between blogs is just about getting as bad as Gremlin! ...and what's worse is, I can't say I've really been for a ride!
I have been doing some big hours at work with weekends required to keep up and a few weeks ago I could feel myself getting twitchy, so a ride was needed, but with time being at a premium and because I couldn't be bothered doing the 30+Km to get to the Rimutakas for a fang.....I just settled for a liesurely scoot over to Makara, then back and around
God, it's the beginning of July already! Winter seems to have set in with dreary grey days on end and none of the exciting stuff like snow or electrical storms. In my last post Mike the auto-sparky had been for his second visit to rewire the bike and return it as much as possible to 'factory' wiring. The idea being to establish a known starting point and see what improvement, if any, it made to the way the bike was running. So...
Re-connecting the fan and thermo-sensor seems to have
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