Read the MotoLady interview on PipeBurn, if you haven’t already. And yes, that is a command. I don’t do it often, but now be one of them times. Thanks to Andrew for putting this together. 🙂
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Gratuitous photo of me in my new favorite t-shirt! You can get a Live to Ride shirt in the MotoLady Shoppe, if’n you’re so inclined.
Remember that awesome LoneRider MotoTent I posted late May? Guess who got one? This girl! I am so very excited to use it camping in the coming summer months. The enduro I should be getting will work very nicely with this plan. Here’s hopin’!
Janell grabbed this photo of me dorking around at MotoCorsa on one of my favorite motorcycles… the Ducati Sport Classic 1000. Heavenly!
Motorcycle wisdom from motolady‘s white board at home… in other words, a personal note to self. Learn to adapt, expect less, be more aware.
Monster Project Steering Stops
THE TIME HAS COME. Monster project update… one of the happiest in a long time! The new steering stops are in place, and adjustable.
Review: Icon Hella Leather Jacket
What pops into your head when you hear “Icon Motosports”? Often times it’s armored vests, bright colors and loud emblems. Women’s gear has usually been cluttered with pink, stars, flowers, swirlies and countless other “frilly” things. Not anymore. Icon isn’t limiting themselves to elaborate designs, proved true with the Icon ladies leather Hella jacket. Walking into Cycle Gear as a new rider to check out motorcycle jackets, everything in sight was a bunch of crap. It’s like walking into a whirlwind of 80’s fine art snobbery full of bright colored shapes and… Continue Reading »
Monster Project Riding Position
Monster Project unseen shot- me on the Monster with it’s new front end, clip ons, and rear sets. This will be the final riding position. I’m getting all excited because this week I should be getting back my frame all chopped with the new steering stop in place. I dropped off my wheels to Bridge City Cycles day before yesterday to get them powder coated goooold! It’s all coming together.
Monster Project Frame Chop
Monster Project mini update… seat mount bracket rewelded after extra 6” frame chop! I am very fortunate that Heath Knapp, AMAZING welder is helping with this project.