I said goodbye to my much beloved but rarely ridden motorcycle today. It’s only been out of the garage a few times in the last couple years, which is just a shame. It’s going to a good home, and I’m sure my Mom will be very, very happy that I no longer have it :)
I had a lot of good times on this bike. Here are a few pictures, in no particular order…
Ok, one of these is my old bike, but it was too cute not to post.
Beautiful day for a ride, made all the more exciting by the rafter of turkeys hanging out on a twisty section of RT 106.
Paul and I wrapped up a little project on my motorcycle recently. We added an auxiliary battery and some safety lights.
The project writeup is here: BMW 1200GS Auxiliary Battery and Lighting.
I just returned from a week-long motorcycle trip with my friend Paul. It was an awesome ride, my only complaint that it wasn’t a few days longer. In all, we covered over 1,800 miles through all of the New England states via a detour through Montreal and southern Quebec.
This is going to be a long post, so I’ll put the important stuff up front: The pictures are here.
If you are interested in a quick recap and lessons learned, keep reading.