Ever look back at photos from trips and realize that you don’t have any with your motorcycle? Photos with people included are way more memorable, even though we love looking at our sexy machines. Amanda Zito and I made a little how-to video with tips and tricks for snapping photos of you on your bike!
DualSporty Riding Position
Riding position has been finalized on the DualSporty project for Caroline.
Burly Brand stiletto shocks raised the back end a considerable amount (it was lowered to begin with, after all), Burly Brand scrambler handlebars… combined with the Chainsikle low sets makes for a nice upright riding position. The MX pegs (also from Burly) are turned ever so slightly forward and give you good footing and control of the bike.
The 16” rear wheel will be replaced with a 18” and the white walls will be replaced with dual sport semi-knobby tires. The luggage rack on the tank will be a semi-permanent addition, and the rear one that sits above the seat will be complete optional and mount to the rear frame hoop.
The Honda 360 tank doesn’t look so bad now that’s it’s not bright orange with a chrome badge, eh? As for the paint scheme, you’ll have to wait for that reveal. It’s going to be very bright, I’ll say that much.