Every year, first weekend in July, there is a moto meet we always visit. This year, i didnt go there just with the boys like always, i took two of my friends also, Harri (from England) and my neighbou... more
Sunday, 28th october. Awesome solo trip. Morning coffee, started at 7am from foggy and cold Ljubljana to sunny Cortina D’Ampezzo(Italia). Italian cappuccino in a middle of gorgeous mountains was cherr... more
I am reposting this gem of information for HondaTwins.net. Original post has been removed. It was an invaluable piece of information for me as a beginner, so it is my hope that other beginners will fi... more
This is how I painted my old, used motorcycle wheel spokes. The same process should work for bicycle spokes as well. The bike is a 1974 Honda CL200. The spokes are cadmium plated steel (I think).
The old rims on my 1974 Honda CL200 had seen better days. They were dented, out of true, scratched, a little rusty, and no longer safe. I tried pounding out the dents with a mallet and then with a blo... more
...I began hearing some SCARY sounds from the engine. At times it was a ticking from the head, other times a clanking from the crank area. So the engine must come out and be inspected.Camshaft look gr... more
What started out as a mild, stock-ish restoration of a hard-to-find 1974 Honda CL200, the project began to steer in the direction of darkness when I decided to add some bratstyle/tracker styling cues.... more
In July 2014, the so. I found a Yamaha XV750 from 1981 to Marketplace. Once the seller arrived it turned out that he was still a XV700 had for parts. This block had much less walked than the 750 so th... more