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Monthly Archives: September 2010

But it’s a dry heat!

The ambient air temperature on my ride home was 109°F according to the thermometer on my FJR this afternoon.  My commute home felt like I was riding through a blow drier. I’ve had more fun rides, believe me.

Rear-view helmet

Reevu Helmet

Reevu Helmet

A British company is set to bring a brand new helmet concept to market.  Called the Reevu MSX1, this new helmet allows the driver to see the road behind him through a small mirror inserted into the visor.

The mirror reflects the image of whatever is to… Continue reading

I’m exhausted

In the past three days, I’ve had to work 14 hours a day on a video project I was assigned.  It’s been a nightmare.  I’m punchy from lack of sleep.  Thank goodness, the weekend’s over, and I can go back to a normal workday tomorrow.

Luckiest. Pope. Ever.

It was a big day for His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI, as Ducati Holdings CEO Gabriele Del Torchio popped by the Pope’s residence at Castel Gandolfo to drop off two brand new Multistrada 1200s. Both bikes are nicely custom painted with the gold and white papal color scheme.

Pope Benedict XVI and his new Ducati Multistradas

Pope Benedict… Continue reading

Harley stays in Wisconsin

I guess the tough talk about scouting for new production locations worked.

Unions at Harley-Davidson Wisconsin factories have agreed to seven-year labor agreements that will keep the company’s production operations in The Motor Company’s home state. The new labor contracts, which call for a reduced workforce, will take effect… Continue reading

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