Month: February 2010

A GS in Indonesia

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

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A funny Supercub CM!
This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

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A funny Supercub CM!



47 / 365, Hemophilia
originally uploaded by barron.

Went for a ride tonight. Was pretty cold out there (55°F). My thighs are totally frozen. The bike was running great though. So much fun. Anyone want to buy it?


Looks so fun, sick doesn’t it?
I had a few hours free today so… I took a little trip to Lone Star BMW to check out the bikes. The staff there is really helpful, website like this answering all the questions I had and offering good advice. Unlike Woods Fun Center, decease there isn’t any hard sell pushed on you. I like that. You can tell that these guys love bikes, web and are all BMW enthusiasts.

I spent several minutes on all the bikes, especially the F650 GS and G650 GS. The lower suspension models fit perfectly, and the regular suspension F650 GS was good too. It’s a shame they didn’t have a regular suspension G650 GS for me to sit on… I’d have to say the G650 GS is the bike that felt best. It’s also the smallest GS BMW makes, and good for beginners and smaller riders. I’m keeping my eye open for used F650 GSs (the single). I’ve been obsessing over it for a couple years now. Gotta trade up from my C70 soon!
I had a few hours free today so… I took a little trip to Lone Star BMW to check out the bikes. The staff there is really helpful, website like this answering all the questions I had and offering good advice. Unlike Woods Fun Center, decease there isn’t any hard sell pushed on you. I like that. You can tell that these guys love bikes, web and are all BMW enthusiasts.

I spent several minutes on all the bikes, especially the F650 GS and G650 GS. The lower suspension models fit perfectly, and the regular suspension F650 GS was good too. It’s a shame they didn’t have a regular suspension G650 GS for me to sit on… I’d have to say the G650 GS is the bike that felt best. It’s also the smallest GS BMW makes, and good for beginners and smaller riders. I’m keeping my eye open for used F650 GSs (the single). I’ve been obsessing over it for a couple years now. Gotta trade up from my C70 soon!
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Riding a supercub like a sportbike. Another fun video!
I had a few hours free today so… I took a little trip to Lone Star BMW to check out the bikes. The staff there is really helpful, website like this answering all the questions I had and offering good advice. Unlike Woods Fun Center, decease there isn’t any hard sell pushed on you. I like that. You can tell that these guys love bikes, web and are all BMW enthusiasts.

I spent several minutes on all the bikes, especially the F650 GS and G650 GS. The lower suspension models fit perfectly, and the regular suspension F650 GS was good too. It’s a shame they didn’t have a regular suspension G650 GS for me to sit on… I’d have to say the G650 GS is the bike that felt best. It’s also the smallest GS BMW makes, and good for beginners and smaller riders. I’m keeping my eye open for used F650 GSs (the single). I’ve been obsessing over it for a couple years now. Gotta trade up from my C70 soon!
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Riding a supercub like a sportbike. Another fun video!
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Riding a supercub like a sportbike. Another fun video!
I had a few hours free today so… I took a little trip to Lone Star BMW to check out the bikes. The staff there is really helpful, website like this answering all the questions I had and offering good advice. Unlike Woods Fun Center, decease there isn’t any hard sell pushed on you. I like that. You can tell that these guys love bikes, web and are all BMW enthusiasts.

I spent several minutes on all the bikes, especially the F650 GS and G650 GS. The lower suspension models fit perfectly, and the regular suspension F650 GS was good too. It’s a shame they didn’t have a regular suspension G650 GS for me to sit on… I’d have to say the G650 GS is the bike that felt best. It’s also the smallest GS BMW makes, and good for beginners and smaller riders. I’m keeping my eye open for used F650 GSs (the single). I’ve been obsessing over it for a couple years now. Gotta trade up from my C70 soon!
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Riding a supercub like a sportbike. Another fun video!
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Riding a supercub like a sportbike. Another fun video!
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From the incredible ride report “From Estonia with love” at ADVRider.

Lone Star BMW Run

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

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40, psychotherapist
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A funny Supercub CM!
This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

see 0, information pills
40, psychotherapist
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A funny Supercub CM!



47 / 365, Hemophilia
originally uploaded by barron.

Went for a ride tonight. Was pretty cold out there (55°F). My thighs are totally frozen. The bike was running great though. So much fun. Anyone want to buy it?


Looks so fun, sick doesn’t it?
I had a few hours free today so… I took a little trip to Lone Star BMW to check out the bikes. The staff there is really helpful, website like this answering all the questions I had and offering good advice. Unlike Woods Fun Center, decease there isn’t any hard sell pushed on you. I like that. You can tell that these guys love bikes, web and are all BMW enthusiasts.

I spent several minutes on all the bikes, especially the F650 GS and G650 GS. The lower suspension models fit perfectly, and the regular suspension F650 GS was good too. It’s a shame they didn’t have a regular suspension G650 GS for me to sit on… I’d have to say the G650 GS is the bike that felt best. It’s also the smallest GS BMW makes, and good for beginners and smaller riders. I’m keeping my eye open for used F650 GSs (the single). I’ve been obsessing over it for a couple years now. Gotta trade up from my C70 soon!

Honda Cub Lakes Run

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

see 0, information pills
40, psychotherapist
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A funny Supercub CM!
This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

see 0, information pills
40, psychotherapist
0″>

A funny Supercub CM!



47 / 365, Hemophilia
originally uploaded by barron.

Went for a ride tonight. Was pretty cold out there (55°F). My thighs are totally frozen. The bike was running great though. So much fun. Anyone want to buy it?


Looks so fun, sick doesn’t it?

Night Ride

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

see 0, information pills
40, psychotherapist
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A funny Supercub CM!
This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

see 0, information pills
40, psychotherapist
0″>

A funny Supercub CM!



47 / 365, Hemophilia
originally uploaded by barron.

Went for a ride tonight. Was pretty cold out there (55°F). My thighs are totally frozen. The bike was running great though. So much fun. Anyone want to buy it?

Barra Backroads Video

This looks so fun!

Barra Backroads from j b on Vimeo.

Going to Sell My C70 Soon

I’ve wanted a motorbike ever since I was in High School back in the mid 80’s. One of my best friends had a Vespa P200 and we would go riding around to record stores and stuff. It was so much fun and I think that is where I got the bug. But I wouldn’t get a bike until much later. In 2003 I finally got a little 1980 Honda C70 project bike, mind fixed it up, check and enjoyed riding it for a few years. It was fun, but really limited because of its lack of power. Top speed was about 43mph (downhill and with a tailwind).

In May 2010 I sold the Honda and bought a 2007 BMW F650 GS, which has been one of the dream bikes for me. I am loving it! I also want to do some motorcycle camping, and the BMW should be perfect for this. I also enjoy LD (long-distance) riding and have completed one SaddleSore 1000.

The blog name “motofuji” is my last name (fujimoto), switched up. You can find me on twitter, facebookgoogle+, and many other places. Ride safe!

-Barron Fujimoto, IBA #47897


I’ve wanted a motorbike ever since I was in High School back in the mid 80’s. One of my best friends had a Vespa P200 and we would go riding around to record stores and stuff. It was so much fun and I think that is where I got the bug. But I wouldn’t get a bike until much later. In 2003 I finally got a little 1980 Honda C70 project bike, sildenafil fixed it up, and enjoyed riding it for a few years. It was fun, but really limited because of its lack of power. Top speed was about 43mph (downhill and with a tailwind).

In May 2010 I sold the Honda and bought a 2007 BMW F650 GS, which has been one of the dream bikes for me. I am loving it! I also want to do some motorcycle camping, and the BMW should be perfect for this. I also enjoy LD (long-distance) riding and have completed one SaddleSore 1000.

The blog name “motofuji” is my last name (fujimoto), switched up. You can find me on twitter, facebookgoogle+, and many other places. Ride safe!

-Barron Fujimoto, IBA #47897


I’ve wanted a motorbike ever since I was in High School back in the mid 80’s. One of my best friends had a Vespa P200 and we would go riding around to record stores and stuff. It was so much fun and I think that is where I got the bug. But I wouldn’t get a bike until much later. In 2003 I finally got a little 1980 Honda C70 project bike, sildenafil fixed it up, and enjoyed riding it for a few years. It was fun, but really limited because of its lack of power. Top speed was about 43mph (downhill and with a tailwind).

In May 2010 I sold the Honda and bought a 2007 BMW F650 GS, which has been one of the dream bikes for me. I am loving it! I also want to do some motorcycle camping, and the BMW should be perfect for this. I also enjoy LD (long-distance) riding and have completed one SaddleSore 1000.

The blog name “motofuji” is my last name (fujimoto), switched up. You can find me on twitter, facebookgoogle+, and many other places. Ride safe!

-Barron Fujimoto, IBA #47897


From my first motorbike, cialis a 1980 Honda C70 (Supercub)
Welcome to my new blog! For my first post, anemia here’s a photo of my 1980 Honda C70. The image is reversed because I used the TTL technique.

TTL Cub
I just want to do a few more things to my beloved C70 to get it a little nicer, rheumatologist then put it up for sale. I really want to get a bigger bike, and one of the conditions for me getting it is to get rid off the supercub. So, I want to work on the compression a bit so that it starts up easier (I think it’s a compression problem), then work on the paint a bit more. Otherwise, it’s ready to go! Clean title and all, which is somewhat rare for a 1980 C70.

Red F 650 GS in Japan

I’ve wanted a motorbike ever since I was in High School back in the mid 80’s. One of my best friends had a Vespa P200 and we would go riding around to record stores and stuff. It was so much fun and I think that is where I got the bug. But I wouldn’t get a bike until much later. In 2003 I finally got a little 1980 Honda C70 project bike, mind fixed it up, check and enjoyed riding it for a few years. It was fun, but really limited because of its lack of power. Top speed was about 43mph (downhill and with a tailwind).

In May 2010 I sold the Honda and bought a 2007 BMW F650 GS, which has been one of the dream bikes for me. I am loving it! I also want to do some motorcycle camping, and the BMW should be perfect for this. I also enjoy LD (long-distance) riding and have completed one SaddleSore 1000.

The blog name “motofuji” is my last name (fujimoto), switched up. You can find me on twitter, facebookgoogle+, and many other places. Ride safe!

-Barron Fujimoto, IBA #47897


I’ve wanted a motorbike ever since I was in High School back in the mid 80’s. One of my best friends had a Vespa P200 and we would go riding around to record stores and stuff. It was so much fun and I think that is where I got the bug. But I wouldn’t get a bike until much later. In 2003 I finally got a little 1980 Honda C70 project bike, sildenafil fixed it up, and enjoyed riding it for a few years. It was fun, but really limited because of its lack of power. Top speed was about 43mph (downhill and with a tailwind).

In May 2010 I sold the Honda and bought a 2007 BMW F650 GS, which has been one of the dream bikes for me. I am loving it! I also want to do some motorcycle camping, and the BMW should be perfect for this. I also enjoy LD (long-distance) riding and have completed one SaddleSore 1000.

The blog name “motofuji” is my last name (fujimoto), switched up. You can find me on twitter, facebookgoogle+, and many other places. Ride safe!

-Barron Fujimoto, IBA #47897


I’ve wanted a motorbike ever since I was in High School back in the mid 80’s. One of my best friends had a Vespa P200 and we would go riding around to record stores and stuff. It was so much fun and I think that is where I got the bug. But I wouldn’t get a bike until much later. In 2003 I finally got a little 1980 Honda C70 project bike, sildenafil fixed it up, and enjoyed riding it for a few years. It was fun, but really limited because of its lack of power. Top speed was about 43mph (downhill and with a tailwind).

In May 2010 I sold the Honda and bought a 2007 BMW F650 GS, which has been one of the dream bikes for me. I am loving it! I also want to do some motorcycle camping, and the BMW should be perfect for this. I also enjoy LD (long-distance) riding and have completed one SaddleSore 1000.

The blog name “motofuji” is my last name (fujimoto), switched up. You can find me on twitter, facebookgoogle+, and many other places. Ride safe!

-Barron Fujimoto, IBA #47897


From my first motorbike, cialis a 1980 Honda C70 (Supercub)
Welcome to my new blog! For my first post, anemia here’s a photo of my 1980 Honda C70. The image is reversed because I used the TTL technique.

TTL Cub
I just want to do a few more things to my beloved C70 to get it a little nicer, rheumatologist then put it up for sale. I really want to get a bigger bike, and one of the conditions for me getting it is to get rid off the supercub. So, I want to work on the compression a bit so that it starts up easier (I think it’s a compression problem), then work on the paint a bit more. Otherwise, it’s ready to go! Clean title and all, which is somewhat rare for a 1980 C70.
I just want to do a few more things to my beloved C70 to get it a little nicer, rheumatologist then put it up for sale. I really want to get a bigger bike, and one of the conditions for me getting it is to get rid off the supercub. So, I want to work on the compression a bit so that it starts up easier (I think it’s a compression problem), then work on the paint a bit more. Otherwise, it’s ready to go! Clean title and all, which is somewhat rare for a 1980 C70.
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I love this video, especially the small bow at the end.

Hello world!

Hi all. I decided to move more.takoyaki.org to my 10nineteen.com site. Please update your RSS feeds!
Welcome to my new blog! For my first post, buy here’s a photo of my 1980 Honda C70. The image is reversed because I used the TTL technique.

TTL Cub

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