For the guy with a Honda Fury parked in front of "For Your Eyes Only" at King and Portland... Your bike was dropped on its side, you got a ticket, and you are about to get towed. :-/
Seem like an interesting Tuesday night.
So I picked my bike from the storage yesterday. Installed the battery and could not start it. Got this weird noise that seems to be coming from the fuse box under the seat:
I can push start it no problem. Any ideas?
Any advises on places to get race fairings in Toronto? So far the cheapest I found for my 250 was on www.hotbodiesracing.com, but I'm shipping and customs costs are going be a killer.
Some of the replies I got...
I didn't see a thread started for this season... I'm sure a lot of other people in the forum are following it.
I've been watching MotoGP for the past 3 years.. and I've decided to follow WSBK this year as well... so far Haslam and Rea have been keeping it interesting.
I saw a bike get hit from behind on Britannia and Erin Mills around 10:40 this morning.
The bike was waiting to make a right turn, the cager wasn't paying attention and hit the bike from behind. It wasn't a hard hit, but it was enough to knock the rider on its side.
I was on the other side...
I'm going camping this weekend and I'm bringing the bike with me. Looking for a good places to go riding around Crystal Beach/Niagara region (sports bike, not dual sport).
So far I'm thinking to go check out Lakeshore Rd. from Port Colborne to Rock Point, and/or Lakeshore from Windmill point to...
Exactly what the thread says... see a squid, take a photo and post it here.
I'll start with this one... It was 16C yesterday... apparently that's too hot for this guy to wear pants.
PS: Before the ATGATT vs squid war starts... you have the right not to wear gear, we have the right to make...
Just wondering what setup may have got other members pulled over and/or ticketed?
I just installed a M4 slip on to a ZX6 and that thing is stupid loud. I have to shop for a second stage baffle ASAP.
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We should do something like this here... like having to pay for insurance the whole year... or the 100km/h speed limit on the 400 highways.
I'm also impressed on how respectful the bikers were and that it did not become one of those biker rage videos you always see on states.
I went over to Twiss Rd with some friends today and it's pure sand. I would definitely avoid that road for a little while.
Also, went over a long, what appeared to be, 2x4 on the middle of north bound Cedar Springs. We were riding at night and I didn't have enough time to avoid it.
Why is it so hard to get good service for most of the bike stores here in Toronto? It seems most of the people working at these stores are either not trained or don't give a ****.
I stopped shopping at Royal two years ago... Not going back to Kahuna after today... Pretty soon gonna run out of...