1,000km Loop

Some days you just need a ride. A day in the saddle. A day to sit and let the world wash over you. A day to just decompress.
Today’s ride will take me to Bathurst, along the Bylong Valley Way where I will bid Russell farewell and I head home via the Putty into Sydney and then durge home the last 300km in the dark on the Freeway.

Replacing ZX14/R Fuel Filter

I’ve had this post sitting in draft for a few months and then a friend asked about changing the fuel filter in a ZX14R today, so it was time to put everything together from my experience and publish it.

Saddle Sore 1600

While I’ve completed a few of these rides now, I wouldn’t say they are easy, just that our approach to them is more casual. We know what it takes. A ride like this is not about speed it’s about consistency. It’s spending time in the saddle not in the cafe sipping your latte.

The Saddle Sore 1600, or 1600km in 24 hours. The minimum endurance ride certified by the Iron Butt Association (IBA).

Camping in the Snowies

This weekend wasn’t about a big ride. It was a chance to simply get out for a ride in the mountains, do some camping, and just hang out with a couple of mates. A chance to escape the city and just be in the moment. Enjoy the scenery, the road, and the angry growl of a 14 echoing off mountain walls. Just enjoying being alive.

Enjoying the Sunshine

After being cooped up inside for the past couple of weeks feeling crook it was nice to escape and get out and enjoy the sunshine.  The calendar says that winter started on Saturday, and the sun was out.  I’m outta here.! Today there was no real plan.  Just a ride in the sunshine. Okay the…