Category Archives: Motorcycles
My brother had a 1989 Honda Shadow tank with severe rust problems. I cut the bottom corners off, silver soldered in patches, completed the body work repair with JB weld (water weld underneath, then standard), then primed, paint and clear … Continue reading
It seems like a recurring thing every year around this time. I’m thinking about motorcycles again. I know we can’t afford one right now, but man would I love to have one. Anything from the little Honda Grom to a … Continue reading
Rolair If you want to get a top-notch air compressor, Rolair is the way to go. All of their heavy duty units are made right here in the USA. Please note that their hand-carry portable units are made in China … Continue reading
Not in any particular order, but they all need to get done and soon. Note: there are more projects but the others my wife is heading up and I just help on. Finish repairing the holes in Isaac’s motorcycle tank. … Continue reading
I’ve been using my little 50 amp stick welder for a few small projects and have found that I really like how 1/16″ 7014 rod runs as compared to 1/16″ 6013. Now, for either rod it really makes sense to … Continue reading
I got an email from MotorcycleInsurance.com sharing with me their new graphic depicting the History of Harley Davidson. They were thinking I might want to share it on here, and they were right.
In a world where I had more money and wanted to go a little higher end with a bike, I would totally get a Ducati Monster 696 or BMW F800R. Good times and great mpg.
I’ll start by saying this, my brother has told me before that I “do more research on a tape measure than the average person does when buying a new car.” While this is probably true (in fact, I’ve looked into … Continue reading
It seems this comes up a lot. “Will riding a motorcycle save me money?” The answer is “it depends.” If you lose the car (and consequently maintenance, monthly bills, insurance etc) and only ride a motorcycle – yes, you will … Continue reading