So on Thursday March27th “I was looking out my window” (cheers Grizz) and although the temperature was less than ideal the roads looked very dry. I must admit there was a large amount of sandy areas, and was very determined to avoid these. With that said I rolled my bike out of my garage and started it up. I let the bike warm up about 10 minutes or so, the bike itself was pleading it was ready, it responded with nice crisp throttle rolls.
I used the time while the bike was warming up to GEAR
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My goal is to consistently provide my readers with an informative, and entertaining perspective on motorcycles & motorcycle riding.
Let me start off with a little background about myself.
I was born and raised in Toronto Ontario, and I now reside in Brampton Ontario with my wife and two children.
Prior to taking the Motorcycle Safety Course, my only experience riding a motorcycle was when I was 13. Two weekends one summer I rode my cousins Kawasaki