Monthly Archives: December 2008
Well, that toe is looking pretty good now…
Holy Judas frickin’ Priest on a Popsicle stick!
I am experiencing some discomfort in my legs and foot. In much the same way that the residents of Hiroshima experienced discomfort in august of 1945.
Fortunately, I only experience this discomfort in the islands of lucidity I have between Percosets.… Continue reading
I was almost home.
I turned off of Center City onto El Norte Parkway, and as I was crossing Escondido Boulevard, I saw him pull out. I could see the driver very clearly, or rather, I could see the back of his head. With two lanes of traffic… Continue reading
Via RILYSI, it looks like KTM, the respected Austrian Motorcycle manufacturer, has applied for a patent for a 2-Wheel drive, hybrid motorcycle. Even more interesting is that they’ve apparently fast-tracked it to production sometime in the next 24 months.
The word is that it will have an… Continue reading
The Kneeslider has some more pics of the new (to the US) harley Davidson XR1200 Sportster. I really like this one.
That’s an evilly bitchen’ looking motorscooter right there.
I’m one of those people that needs to wear a modular (flip-up) helmet. I have two of them, a Harley-Davidson Stealth, which is OK, and an HJC Sy-Max II, which I like a bit better for the lower wind noise. Unfortunately, I have to wear glasses or contact… Continue reading
I’m not sure, exactly, what the point was to this test. The guys at MCN took a few days to ride and compare the Harley-Davdison XR1200, the Ducati GT1000, and the Moto Guzzi Griso 1200. Their conclusion: The XR1200 isn’t a benchmark sportbike.
A look of shocked… Continue reading
It isn’t the Hayabusa. It’s not the ZX-14. It’s a Harley-Davidson. Sort of. I mean, Harley owns MV Agusta now, and MVA makes the F4 1078RR 312.
This bike is superbad. The 2008 2008 F4 R 312 took a land-speed… Continue reading
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