Month: October 2005

Painted Plastic

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A funny Supercub CM!
capsule
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A funny Supercub CM!
medical
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This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
capsule
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A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
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Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
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A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.

Night Ride

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


capsule
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A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
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A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.

Mariko’s Old Scooter

capsule
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A funny Supercub CM!
capsule
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A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


capsule
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A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
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A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!

Nice Passport

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A funny Supercub CM!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
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A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.

We went to a wine-tasting at Central Market, healing
cheap and I spotted this nice C70 Passport.

Jupiter’s Travels

capsule
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A funny Supercub CM!
capsule
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A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.

We went to a wine-tasting at Central Market, healing
cheap and I spotted this nice C70 Passport.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.

We went to a wine-tasting at Central Market, healing
cheap and I spotted this nice C70 Passport.

I have been reading “Jupiter’s Travels” by Ted Simon for a week or so, sanitary
and it is really good. It’s about a round-the-world trip that Ted Simon took upon his Triumph motorcycle back in the 70’s. He balances the technical motorcycle aspect with the travel aspect perfectly (to me, at least), and the pacing is nice and fast. I read that Simon is attempting the same trip by motorcycle again, and I can’t wait to read about the modern-day journey. It will be interesting to get his perspective on how the world has changed.

New Helmet

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.

We went to a wine-tasting at Central Market, healing
cheap and I spotted this nice C70 Passport.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.

We went to a wine-tasting at Central Market, healing
cheap and I spotted this nice C70 Passport.

I have been reading “Jupiter’s Travels” by Ted Simon for a week or so, sanitary
and it is really good. It’s about a round-the-world trip that Ted Simon took upon his Triumph motorcycle back in the 70’s. He balances the technical motorcycle aspect with the travel aspect perfectly (to me, at least), and the pacing is nice and fast. I read that Simon is attempting the same trip by motorcycle again, and I can’t wait to read about the modern-day journey. It will be interesting to get his perspective on how the world has changed.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.

We went to a wine-tasting at Central Market, healing
cheap and I spotted this nice C70 Passport.

I have been reading “Jupiter’s Travels” by Ted Simon for a week or so, sanitary
and it is really good. It’s about a round-the-world trip that Ted Simon took upon his Triumph motorcycle back in the 70’s. He balances the technical motorcycle aspect with the travel aspect perfectly (to me, at least), and the pacing is nice and fast. I read that Simon is attempting the same trip by motorcycle again, and I can’t wait to read about the modern-day journey. It will be interesting to get his perspective on how the world has changed.

Got a new helmet yesterday. It’s an HJC CL-14, Hemophilia
and pretty nice, Migraine
with both DOT and SNELL approval. It’s got five adjustable vents, and fits snugly, but the padding is such that my glasses go on easily. I have my old helmet up for sale, but no takers yet.

C70 Update

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

allergist
on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/barron/2576306092/”>C70 Rear Wiring Plan

I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
adiposity
0, shop
40,0″>

Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.

Woohoo! Looks like I should be receiving my letter back to me, and can take that to the Titling Office and have it transferred over! I can’t wait. Next will be insurance, and then getting the bike inspected. After that, it will be fully legal to ride!
The Honda Supercub has surpassed the 60-million mark of total units produced! It’s the 50th anniversary of the legendary bike. It’s the highest selling vehicle of all time, sickness
and it gets ~100 mpg.

Article at Yahoo! Japan

Translated (to English) article
there 0, more about
40,0″>

A fun little anime clip I found from The Scooter Scoop:
On my morning commute, prostate I sometimes see a dude on a Harley riding to work. His attire; old-school leather slippers (the kind Mike Brady wore with his pajamas and robe), approved
shorts, stuff
t-shirt, “can” headphones with a basketball sweatband to keep them on his head. Those headphones plus the fact that he is bald makes him look like Lando’s second-in-command from SW:ESB. Except on a Harley. Wearing den clothes.
Last night I spent an hour in our apartment garage getting the C70 ready for the move. I emptied out all the gasoline using the carb overflow tube. It took a long time to drain 3/4 gallon thru that skinny little tube, try
but it was a clean operation. In the past, I used to disconnect the fuel line from the petcock and drain it into the gas can, which can be messy and smelly, but quick. The method I used last night involved removing the gas cap, loosening the drain plug, turning the fuel petcock to reserve, and letting the fuel flow into the carb bowl and out its overflow tube.

It dripped for about half an hour, while I packed up all the tools and spare parts and removed the fragile legshield. I told the moving company that we are moving “a little moped, which is not working and is dry”, and they said that’s ok. The C70 is a bit bigger than a moped, but it is such a funky looking bike that people in the U.S. don’t necessarily think of it as a motorcycle or scooter, especially with the legshield off. They don’t really know what to think. Anyways, I hope that the moving goes smoothly!

I was looking at the US Vespa site, viagra and noticed this image on the opening page. I thought, cheapest
“That looks very familiar.” Then I remembered seeing an old 1960 Supercub ad, which used a similar concept. Kinda neat…


I painted the replacement front fender I bought a year ago. It was originally red, otolaryngologist
and I plan to paint it dark blue, look along witht the bike frame, tooth
but temporarily painted it an off-white color, the same as the side covers. I didn’t want to have a red fender on my light blue bike. I used Rustoleum “Paint for Plastic”, and it turned out pretty good. I will put on a coat or two of clear coat in a couple days after it dries a bit.


While in Japan (and before we met), Sildenafil
Mariko used to have a scooter like the one above. She cannot remember what happened to it, though. I can’t believe you can just not know what happened to you scooter? Crazy woman!
Tonight I went for a ride around the neighborhood. It was about 77° out when I started, human enhancement
which made for a perfect ride. First I went to the parking lot of the huge church “compound” near our place to practice some hard braking and slow tight turns. I saw the Austin Police Dept motorcycle cops doing their training there a couple weeks ago, here and the parking lot was marked with painted pylons, and which I used to do some u-turns. After doing that for a minute or so, I took off and rode around the neighborhood. Tonight was the first time I wore my full-face helmet, and it makes such a huge difference! I felt much more protected, and the wind was kept off my face and eyes, but visibility was still excellent. It didn’t even feel like I was wearing a helmet after a while. It is so much better riding with a full-face helmet as opposed to a half/open face helmet, even at 40mph and lower.

We went to a wine-tasting at Central Market, healing
cheap and I spotted this nice C70 Passport.
capsule
0,40,0″>

A funny Supercub CM!
medical
0,40,0″>

This looks like a good motorcycle adventure story. More info here.
Went for a night ride on the supercub. As always, troche a lot of fun. My new jacket is great. It really blocks the wind making for a super comfortable ride. When it gets warmer, the vents will be welcome. Getting close to the 6,000 mark on the bike!
Just so my loyal readers (all three of you), dosage
I will be adding old motorbike-related posts from Takoyaki.org here. Anything before 2010 is originally from that blog.
Mariko goes into the garage this morning and then comes to get me. “It smells like gas in the garage!”. So I rush in there, here knowing that it must be from the supercub since I just filled it up yesterday. I said, arthritis
“Oh, my supercub must be leaking.” And she says, “Oh good, I thought it was one of our cars.” To which I replied, “What?! The supercub is my baby!” Anyways, I guess it is time to order a new fuel petcock as the old one wasn’t completely sealing off the fuel flow. And I need to take apart the carb and make sure the fuel cutoff inside the bowl is working correctly. Either one of those would have prevented the leak.

I really like the look of this helmet. Right now I have a full-face HJC similar to this, pharm
but like the open-face look better. I know it’s safer to have the DOT/Snell approved helmet I use now, but still…!

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I finally finished covering my Honda C70 with red paint! I didn’t do the entire bike (underneath the legshield and a couple other hidden places), but unless you look really closely, you wouldn’t know that it was originally blue. Next, I need to route the wiring to the rear turn signals more cleanly. This means drilling a hole in the fender to drop the wires down. I bought a little black rubber grommet to make the hold look a little nicer, and I don’t foresee any trouble. While I have the rear wheel off, I think I am going to replace the tire/tube. The front one was a pain to replace. It just took a lot of elbow grease to do it, but I’m still not looking forward to it. After that, the things I want to do are to straighten out the footpegs, then shave to seat foam down a little. Also I bought a little switch cover for the hi-beam switch, since it had broken off.

Just this week I also got my new license plate and registration sticker. The title should be in my hands in a couple weeks as well. Then the only thing from keeping the bike from being fully legal is the inspection. Hopefully she passes without any problems.
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Yay for the Honda Supercub! Still going strong at 60.
I finally got around to seriously getting the title for my Honda C70 squared away. I have the title, page
but it is not signed by me yet. It has the previous owner, try
and his signature that he has sold it. The next step was to contact him and have him sign a “Transfer of Title” form. But, when I tried to get in contact with him a few years ago, I could only get as far as his personal assistant. The previous owner is the retired CEO of a huge auto conglomerate, so I figured he wouldn’t even really care about an old motorbike from 17 years ago. Anyways, the city that I live in now has a nice title transfer policy. Basically I send the form to the last known address in a registered letter with return receipt. Upon them receiving the letter, they have 10 days to respond to me. If I do not receive a response, I can take my return receipt form to the Titling Department, and they will transfer it to me. Or, if the letter comes back to me unopened, they will accept that as sufficient for title transfer.

Today I checked the status of the letter, and saw this:

Label/Receipt Number: 7008 1140 0002 1234 5678

Status: Moved, Left no Address

Your item was returned to the sender on June 3, 2008 because the addressee moved and left no forwarding address.</