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Part 3 offers ideas and preparations for that trip you've planned. Since the previous post - Part 2 - I've come across another reference for planning; Butler Maps is similar to Destination Highways, but in map form only. What they do offer is "Road" maps and...

I recently came across this article about Honda's early years of racing and the  RC181. If you like racing or just Honda it's an interesting read on Cycle News' website. On a personal note, If you are ever in Japan ( Motegi Specifically) go and see...

'70-80's Japanese motorcycles are all the rage. They have been for the last 15 years or so. So finding a good one is rare nowadays. Almost 17 years ago I came across a Kawasaki KZ650 "project" bike cheap. It came as 2 frames, one 70% complete,...

Riding is fun, that is why we do it. Commuting, touring, racing, off-road or whatever other way you like. But that is just part of the equation. You can't enjoy it if your bike is not up to the task. This takes me to another...

When I read this story about Ian Hutchinson it immediately reminded me of another racer from the US who had the same attitude towards bikes and racing. The late Randy Renfrow lost a thumb in the early 90's only to have surgeons replace it with one...