Month: December 2011

Touratech Mexiko Trailer

The temperature dropped below freezing this evening so I said (half-jokingly) to my wife that I was going for a ride. She replied, treatment side effects “I don’t know if you have the guts to go ride when it’s so cold out.” Well, try because of this dare I just had to go, so I bundled up and headed out for a ride around the neighborhood. Temperature was about 30°F and I had the heated grips on high. I don’t have a winter jacket, just my Firstgear Textile jacket, but with a few layers underneath it wasn’t too bad. What was really painful however, was my neck. I had nothing covering it, so it froze! The ride only lasted 20 minutes/8.9 miles but was still quite a bit of fun. When I triumphantly returned and said hi to my wife, she just looked at me and said, “Back already?”
The temperature dropped below freezing this evening so I said (half-jokingly) to my wife that I was going for a ride. She replied, side effects “I don’t know if you have the guts to go ride when it’s so cold out.” Well, because of this dare I just had to go, so I bundled up and headed out for a ride around the neighborhood. Temperature was about 30°F and I had the heated grips on high. I don’t have a winter jacket, just my Firstgear Textile jacket, but with a few layers underneath it wasn’t too bad. What was really painful however, was my neck. I had nothing covering it, so it froze! The ride only lasted 20 minutes/8.9 miles but was still quite a bit of fun. When I triumphantly returned and said hi to my wife, she just looked at me and said, “Back already?”
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Very cool, relaxing video of a motorbike trip in Mexico. Some narration by Bruce Brown would be perfect for this!

GS Attitude Video

One of the fun things about owning a bike, epilepsy food and a dual-sport in particular, is adding farkles to it. If I remember correctly, the word “Farkle” is a combination of “Function” and “Sparkle”. I’ve added a few of them (RAM mount, GPS) but the latest and greatest are some newly installed handgrips. I’ve wanted some for my bike for a while now, maybe they were on my wishlist even before I had my BMW! There are a number of brands to choose from and I settled on a pair of Barkbusters with VPS covers. They have a good reputation and I liked that the installation video looked really simple. It was pretty much bolt-on.

Barkbusters Handguards

The handguards serve two purposes. First and most importantly, they protect the levers from being bent/broken in case the bike goes down. Some handguards are simply plastic covers, but these Barkbusters have a strong metal backbone which is securely connected to the bar-ends and inner handlebar and should offer some really good protection. The second useful feature of the handguards is that they offer wind/rain protection for your hands. Riding in cold weather, my knuckles would get cold really fast because of the constant wind on them. With the handguards, they still get cold, but not nearly as quickly. One final benefit is the “sparkle” part of farkle: the looks. I think they look cool! Barkbusters VPS handguards come in a varietly of colors but I went for the plain black. They were very shiny plastic when I unwrapped them but I prefer a flat-black color so I took some fine sandpaper to them and now they match the flat black of the headlight cowl and mirrors better. The next step is to get some black reflective tape to cover the white logo to complete the stealth look.

Barkbusters Handguards

I think pretty soon I want to do some more light dirt roads around the Hill Country. Should be pretty fun and I’ll have a little bit more insurance with these handguards. But with my luck, I’ll probably brake the clutch lever when I drop the bike next time!

F650 GS Controls
One of the fun things about owning a bike, food and a dual-sport in particular, is adding farkles to it. If I remember correctly, the word “Farkle” is a combination of “Function” and “Sparkle”. I’ve added a few of them (RAM mount, GPS) but the latest and greatest are some newly installed handgrips. I’ve wanted some for my bike for a while now, maybe they were on my wishlist even before I had my BMW! There are a number of brands to choose from and I settled on a pair of Barkbusters with VPS covers. They have a good reputation and I liked that the installation video looked really simple. It was pretty much bolt-on.

Barkbusters Handguards

The handguards serve two purposes. First and most importantly, they protect the levers from being bent/broken in case the bike goes down. Some handguards are simply plastic covers, but these Barkbusters have a strong metal backbone which is securely connected to the bar-ends and inner handlebar and should offer some really good protection. The second useful feature of the handguards is that they offer wind/rain protection for your hands. Riding in cold weather, my knuckles would get cold really fast because of the constant wind on them. With the handguards, they still get cold, but not nearly as quickly. One final benefit is the “sparkle” part of farkle: the looks. I think they look cool! Barkbusters VPS handguards come in a varietly of colors but I went for the plain black. They were very shiny plastic when I unwrapped them but I prefer a flat-black color so I took some fine sandpaper to them and now they match the flat black of the headlight cowl and mirrors better. The next step is to get some black reflective tape to cover the white logo to complete the stealth look.

Barkbusters Handguards

I think pretty soon I want to do some more light dirt roads around the Hill Country. Should be pretty fun and I’ll have a little bit more insurance with these handguards. But with my luck, I’ll probably brake the clutch lever when I drop the bike next time!

F650 GS Controls
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A little too serious and artsy, but some nice footage.

Barkbusters VPS Handguards

One of the fun things about owning a bike, epilepsy food and a dual-sport in particular, is adding farkles to it. If I remember correctly, the word “Farkle” is a combination of “Function” and “Sparkle”. I’ve added a few of them (RAM mount, GPS) but the latest and greatest are some newly installed handgrips. I’ve wanted some for my bike for a while now, maybe they were on my wishlist even before I had my BMW! There are a number of brands to choose from and I settled on a pair of Barkbusters with VPS covers. They have a good reputation and I liked that the installation video looked really simple. It was pretty much bolt-on.

Barkbusters Handguards

The handguards serve two purposes. First and most importantly, they protect the levers from being bent/broken in case the bike goes down. Some handguards are simply plastic covers, but these Barkbusters have a strong metal backbone which is securely connected to the bar-ends and inner handlebar and should offer some really good protection. The second useful feature of the handguards is that they offer wind/rain protection for your hands. Riding in cold weather, my knuckles would get cold really fast because of the constant wind on them. With the handguards, they still get cold, but not nearly as quickly. One final benefit is the “sparkle” part of farkle: the looks. I think they look cool! Barkbusters VPS handguards come in a varietly of colors but I went for the plain black. They were very shiny plastic when I unwrapped them but I prefer a flat-black color so I took some fine sandpaper to them and now they match the flat black of the headlight cowl and mirrors better. The next step is to get some black reflective tape to cover the white logo to complete the stealth look.

Barkbusters Handguards

I think pretty soon I want to do some more light dirt roads around the Hill Country. Should be pretty fun and I’ll have a little bit more insurance with these handguards. But with my luck, I’ll probably brake the clutch lever when I drop the bike next time!

F650 GS Controls

Enduro Himalaya

The temperature dropped below freezing this evening so I said (half-jokingly) to my wife that I was going for a ride. She replied, treatment side effects “I don’t know if you have the guts to go ride when it’s so cold out.” Well, try because of this dare I just had to go, so I bundled up and headed out for a ride around the neighborhood. Temperature was about 30°F and I had the heated grips on high. I don’t have a winter jacket, just my Firstgear Textile jacket, but with a few layers underneath it wasn’t too bad. What was really painful however, was my neck. I had nothing covering it, so it froze! The ride only lasted 20 minutes/8.9 miles but was still quite a bit of fun. When I triumphantly returned and said hi to my wife, she just looked at me and said, “Back already?”
The temperature dropped below freezing this evening so I said (half-jokingly) to my wife that I was going for a ride. She replied, side effects “I don’t know if you have the guts to go ride when it’s so cold out.” Well, because of this dare I just had to go, so I bundled up and headed out for a ride around the neighborhood. Temperature was about 30°F and I had the heated grips on high. I don’t have a winter jacket, just my Firstgear Textile jacket, but with a few layers underneath it wasn’t too bad. What was really painful however, was my neck. I had nothing covering it, so it froze! The ride only lasted 20 minutes/8.9 miles but was still quite a bit of fun. When I triumphantly returned and said hi to my wife, she just looked at me and said, “Back already?”
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Very cool, relaxing video of a motorbike trip in Mexico. Some narration by Bruce Brown would be perfect for this!
The temperature dropped below freezing this evening so I said (half-jokingly) to my wife that I was going for a ride. She replied, side effects “I don’t know if you have the guts to go ride when it’s so cold out.” Well, because of this dare I just had to go, so I bundled up and headed out for a ride around the neighborhood. Temperature was about 30°F and I had the heated grips on high. I don’t have a winter jacket, just my Firstgear Textile jacket, but with a few layers underneath it wasn’t too bad. What was really painful however, was my neck. I had nothing covering it, so it froze! The ride only lasted 20 minutes/8.9 miles but was still quite a bit of fun. When I triumphantly returned and said hi to my wife, she just looked at me and said, “Back already?”
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Very cool, relaxing video of a motorbike trip in Mexico. Some narration by Bruce Brown would be perfect for this!
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Something to put on my To-do List.

Freezing Night

The temperature dropped below freezing this evening so I said (half-jokingly) to my wife that I was going for a ride. She replied, treatment side effects “I don’t know if you have the guts to go ride when it’s so cold out.” Well, try because of this dare I just had to go, so I bundled up and headed out for a ride around the neighborhood. Temperature was about 30°F and I had the heated grips on high. I don’t have a winter jacket, just my Firstgear Textile jacket, but with a few layers underneath it wasn’t too bad. What was really painful however, was my neck. I had nothing covering it, so it froze! The ride only lasted 20 minutes/8.9 miles but was still quite a bit of fun. When I triumphantly returned and said hi to my wife, she just looked at me and said, “Back already?”

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