Blog: June 27. Life is good

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 worked out returning the Multistrada 950 at the same time was the most efficient way of doing it, so now, sadly, I’m Ducatiless. Both those bikes were awesome. The 950 was an absolute stinger. Craig…

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Blog: June 19. Glad to see the sun

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. It’s no problem because Craig Murcott will do the riding. Ha! That bike with those tyres on the Bongil slop will be a handful. Meanwhile I’ve been in Victoria for most of the past week…

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Blog: June 12. Been to Tottenham

It’s a wet Monday morning and I returned from the KLR Rider’s Rally at Tottenham last night. I rode with Mac Eggins from Grafton, and despite a couple of punctures, a close look at a couple of ‘roos and the general drizzling rain, we had an awesome trip. $28 per night! For that I had an electric blanket, reverse-cycle airconditioning, a clean bunk and heaps of room to spread my gear out to dry. What…

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Blog: June 5. All go

It’s Monday morning and I’m still trying to sort out where I’m up to. Last week I was pretty much at my desk. I went out on the KTM for a quick blast and busted the clutch perch again. That’s a pest because it’s an hydraulic clutch and the perch is part of the master cylinder. It’s going to be a very expensive problem if Dan Vaughan can’t figure out some sort of repair. I…

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