(On unrelated note, I also rode this thing, and it was interesting)
Well, actually I brought it home from dealership on July 15, 2006. Anyway, it’s kind of anniversary. Never thought I’d own a vehicle for so long, but now I really can’t think of a reason to replace it with another (practical) car.
This video is excellent at showing us practical examples of the things we already know in theory:
While reading Torch’s article some catchy bass line started playing in my head, and I made effort to recall what it was:
I used to check BMW Motorrad Intl site like once in a month or so. And when I opened it this morning it was real different. RNineTs got their own column, but that’s not important.
I was busy driving truck today and couldn’t go to bike meet on two wheels, but stopped by anyway, and saw this.
Many people believe that lack of power is what makes bike suited for beginners. Some countries’ lawmakers believe that too, thus there are license systems that restrict riders without experience at some power level.
While not being a fan of USSR-made vehicles (except hydrofoils - love them!), I realized it would be shame not to visit local retro (and mostly soviet) car club gathering, given it’s 5 minutes of walk from my home, which is Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. Once got to the gathering I saw over 20 cars, and, despite cold…