Jessica McLean (front) and Danielle Millican about to head home after the Mods vs Rockers ride and raffle last sunday in San Diego.
Posts Tagged ‘250cc’
Ever heard of the Vintage Monkey? Here’s a look at the back side of a late 70’s Shasta Smith and an early 70’s Triumph 250. Shasta is a mechanic specializing in vintage bikes who works out of her shop in Sacramento, CA. [ Vintage Monkey website | more of Shasta Smith ]
A lovely example of many beautiful things about the Pacific Northwest- wr250 in it’s natural habitat during the first annual SFRC Back Forty Enduro (more info). The Sang Froid Riding Club, creators of the controversial (and might I add, awesome) “Alley Sweeper Urban Enduro” (which is an annual fun filled mud flinging event each spring in Portland) pretty consistently have cool events to keep people busy despite the dreary PNW weather that hits each winter. Why did they plan the Back Forty Enduro? “Because riding around the woods with your buddies is… Continue Reading »
Motorcycle sale ad of the YEAR. It’s only March and I think this really would be a hard one to beat. See the advert on TradeMe.co.nz, and read below for a little excerpt. Hi. I’m Suzi. I’m a GN250. I’m the motorbike of your dreams. The guy in the pictures with me is my owner. I taught him how to drive a motorbike. I took his fat ass everywhere. I carried him and his girlfriend to many awesome places. I even taught her to drive a bit too. Everyday when he needed… Continue Reading »
A bike that suits my tastes very nicely… the 250cc 1965 Parilla Wildcat Scrambler. This 1965 Parilla Wildcat was made specifically for the US off-road market, when Parilla was one of several small Italian motorcycle manufacturers that thrived producing small-displacement motorcycles. This one is in survivor condition, and a scrambler model not often seen any more. (From Throttle Yard) Original ebay posting with tons of photos »
Submission from Wez- My wife Meg, she’s been riding with me on a little SR250 I fixed up for her for about a year, just got her license so she’s legal. Crew of girls here in PHX with or getting bikes: the AnacHondas.
Submission from Adrienne O’Connor- I’m Adrienne and this is my baby Ninja. I bought him when I was 18 🙂 Much love to my fellow lady riders changing the game in this male-dominated activity.