Racer RedSpade rockin’ her one piece suit out riding the Tail of the Dragon proves yet again that safety is sexy!
Posts Tagged ‘600’
Quite possibly the coolest motorcycle cop ever, and perhaps the luckiest guy on a CBR600RR ever… “Ain’t you cold?” he says to the Officer sporting a short sleeve shirt on his turbo Harley police bike. Then, “Wanna race?” to which the Officer replies, “I got a turbo in this one.” Supposedly after all the kerfluffle this viral video caused, the poor guy had to resign. Doesn’t surprise me, sounds like they’re in the south. Us American’s love horsepower, but they sure as hell don’t like being made to look stupid by their… Continue Reading »
Took a 2003 Suzuki GSXR 600 out on a 165mi run today with Chris on his Ducati 848evo- went to the Berry Patch in Westport off Highway 30. They have delicious pie, and their food wasn’t half bad either. I can say first hand the cod is very fresh! This run is usually called the Clatskanie ride- we went a little further, and took a fun detour on Apiary on the way back, too. The roads are mostly great, with perfect camber and good sight distance… just a few rough spots toward… Continue Reading »
A follow up post- Katee Sackhoff (from Longmire and Battlestar Galactica) on her custom Honda XL600R (hard to believe, right?) from Classified Moto. More photos and info on BikeEXIF » [ more of Katee Sackhoff | Honda | from Classified Moto ]
Lady L riding her 2009 Yamaha R6. Back seat perspective as well as from a bike following. Please note they are riding Highway 74 between Lake Elsinore and San Juan Capistrano. In my humble opinion, she is greatly exaggerating her leans in corners. It could be that she is going much faster and/or are more curved than they appear, but based on my own spacial recognition… The roads are not curvy enough, nor is she going fast enough, to require such extreme movement off the bike. It can be good practice, though! (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
Having good bike control is one of the most important parts of riding. I work every day to become this good or better. Taking basic rider training is only the first step in learning how to safely test your limits and acquire higher skill levels. (Source: http://www.tumblr.com/)