A few weeks ago I received black dry bags from Nelson-Rigg. The model number is SE-2050. We have had rain nearly every day this year in California. My shoes are dry when I get to work. My sandwich is never soggy. I have to say, “These bags work!” But that is not the whole story.
Bob was out for a relaxing afternoon ride a few days ago. Just cruising along on the Electra Glide and thoroughly enjoying himself. The ride started with a few miles on the boulevard that parallels the river. That is a nice, easy ride. The road is flat with nice curves as the river bends. Bob
I was on my way to work one day. It was early morning and the sun was shining a little before 7 AM. There wasn’t much traffic yet. I was riding in the carpool lane going about 75 MPH and the few other vehicles were moving at a similar speed. I checked my mirror and
I took a ride today on my motorcycle. It was just a short ride. I went a few miles along a slightly curving city street. I turned up a main road to the highway. Then I rode along the Interstate a few miles and back home. That might not seem like a big deal, but
You probably have seen the ad on TV where the car automatically stops itself just inches in front of the announcer. Or another one where a car stops itself while backing out a driveway and saving the life of a kid on the sidewalk. I wondered when we would see these active safety systems on
Terror! Fright! Scared! Torment! A demon! Stress! Trouble! Dread! Panic! There is the peak of fear where “I’m gonna die” is in our mind. Just below is what I felt on my motorcycle one day. The night was dark before 6:00 AM. The wind was blowing hard, around 35 MPH with gusts much stronger and
Some say the journey is the most important part of any ride. Others say the destination is number one. My ride last weekend included both an interesting journey and ended in a most interesting destination trumping either opinion. At Manteca we change to SR 120 and the road narrows to one lane each way. Then
I saw one of the new Honda NCX motorcycles the other day. It did look good. Ready to race or just to go to work, it seemed to have plenty of get up and go, too. I remembered later this one had an automatic transmission. Or, as Honda calls it, a dual-clutch transmission. I have