I pulled the ehaust stud out of the head while torquing it to 10 ft lbs. Installed a Heli coil..
If you want to add a bit of Route 66 to your CCC ride.
Just adjusting the valve s and fixing stuff, Wiring , relocating hoses and cleaning under the tank.
Adjusting valves and getting ready for a 4500 mile trip this summer. Replacing filters gaskets and old hoses and fuel lines. Replace the shock and spring. Just waiting for parts now
Amazing woman in New Jersey still rides her bike at age 92. Check out the link to the Facebook video.
OK guys, it's getting closer to time so I thought I'd throw this out there for anyone who missed it.
June 25 to 28 some of us are meeting in Eureka Springs AR for a US CC ride. There are a group of hotels and camp grounds in the area at which to stay, some of us have reservations at the Country Mountain Inn which is reasonably priced and has a nice fire pit to sit around and BS at the end of the day. It is a beautiful area with many fantastic roads to explore.
I thought I would take those who wish to come on this ride Tuesday https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uOwx5UIkIBoglRj2GEExiz-F_VKty5IZ&usp=s...
and Randy came up with this ride for Wedsday if anyone wants to join https://drive.google.com/open?id=1br-WL7aleILbgKN23GzFgBxrNm-iobua&usp=s...
These 2 rides cover many of the most popular roads in the area.
Ofcourse everything is open for adaptaton and change. The main thing is to enjoy the company and the trip.
Edwin and others have posted some great links about the area. So check them out on the first 2018 cc ride posting I put up. Dont get lost following the conversation it went through some transformation along the way
I hope to see many of you there and look forward to being on the open road again,
Here is my take on the recent Indian Motorcycle Riders Group that Tezza & myself enjoyed to The Veteran MC Sydney Car & Motorcycle Show.
(note: Its long)
I've been riding the last 5yrs and my now 22yr old son wants to get a bike as well. Half of me thinks its great the other half thinks NO.
My other half ( wife ) is very much against it. What do I do. I guess nothing if he wants one his old enough to make that desicion, but how do I steer him in the right direction.
He has his eye on a Honda 250RR, which I think is the wrong type of bike to learn on.
I would like any advice and suggestions of what would be the best way to approach this and what type of bike would be best suited. Keep in mind he is 6'2" tall.
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