For a number of years I struggled to find a camp chair for motorcycle camping that was small, light and comfortable. No you don’t need a chair but its nice to sit and have a cuppa at the end of the day.
I remember when I finally threw out the tripod chair in disgust and hit google trying to find a suitable option. My requirements, small, light, it had to have a back, and it had to be comfortable. This is when I found Helinox.
I love my Helinox chair.
A review of the Viking Cycle Ironside mesh jacket that the guys at Viking Cycle sent me to test.
Spending a week riding the Swiss, Austrian, and Italian alps on a BMW K1600GT was a great opportunity to test and review this bike. Would I give up my ZX14R for one of these…?
With the handling of the little SV now transformed with sparkling new Wilbers suspension, it’s time to look at the next thing to fix / upgrade.
Emma has always complained about the lack lustre light on her SV. With the help of Provision Lighting we have upgraded to a LED insert whcih has made a huge improvement.
My attempts to find the best screen for ZX14R have seen me experiment with a range of screens with varying sucess from the Laminar Lip, a few different double bubble, the Zery Gravity touring screen, and finally the MRA touring screen.
Chain maintenance is something that most motorcycle riders have to deal with as part of ownership. This is a review of the Cameleon chain oiler that I have been using on my Kawasaki ZX14 and ZX14R for the past 8 years and over 250,000km.
Following our US tour on the Harly Davidson Electra Glide we knew we didn’t want one of those but are interested in a more touring focused motorcycle. With the new Honda Goldwing recently released we were keen to test one of these to see if a Goldwing could be in our future.
After my last couiple motorcycle tours overseas Deb was keen to join me on my next adventure. The Eaglerider Canada Yellowstone tour fit into our schedule perfectly. This was going to be the longest motorcycle tour we have done together and the first of this nature. The route looked amazing and covered a number of iconic National Parks. This was going to be a great test of whether we like this mode of travel.
I was flicking through one of the tags I follow the other day and came across a blog about a book on Australian pioneering women in motorcycling and the author was being interviewed on a local motoring TV shows. The book is a really easy read and is a collection 15 different stories about women…
It was a lesson that I learned too late in my motorcycle riding history. Riding bikes for hours with no hearing protection damages your hearing and so with ringing in my ears I warn younger riders to wear hearing protection.