Hello to everyone. It’s a really unpleasant, cold, windy Sunday, but I’ve just picked up the KLR from Craig Murcott – who LOVED the French Line of The Simpson and thought it AWESOME…did he ride the same Simpson I rode?
I’m running a bit behind. Dave Ramsay sent a cracker ride report about he and Karen’s latest ride, and it’s a great read. Sorry for being slow to post it, Dave. Cheers for sharing. TF… Just home from a fantastic
A short catch up today. I’m at my desk trying to get sorted for work to start in the morning. I spent a couple of days riding a new Yamaha quad this week. I don’t know much about quads, but
After a week away I’ve been chained to my desk trying to get back on the pace with work. I haven’t done any special rides worth bragging about, but I did get to do a few short trips on the
Morning, all. It’s Sunday morning, bright and sunny, and I’m back from a run out to Birdsville – which is why I missed last week’s blog. The ride was supposed to be across The Simpson Desert and back again, but
It’s Monday morning and I’ve been trying to get the Husky 701 ready for a run across the Simpson. The ideal would be to have been putting in lots of time on the bike, but it hasn’t worked out that
It’s Monday morning and I had a tough week with work. I decided to goof off over the weekend and recover, and that included not taking the Husky out (seeing as it’s part of work). I did a stack of
It’s Sunday arvo and I’m a bit clagged. I was out late last night and I’m obviously too old for that kind of caper. Not only did I not get to bed until midnight, I was outdoors at Glenreagh and
It’s Sunday arvo and even though I’m at my desk working I have a bit of a happy glow about me. First up though, the bad news. I had to return the Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro during the week. It
It’s a sunny Sunday morning, and I’m glad. All the rain has everything pretty sloppy and slippery. I’m heading out to shoot some pics of the Ducati Multistrada 950 today and it has very road-ready tyres, but that’s no problem.