Hola.... and welcome back to this weeks episode of all things motorcycle lifestyle, and a bit more. There seems to be a bit more content this week, thats because I now have my laptop finally up and running and had the time to peruse and search the web for some of the best images out there. Been a busy week or two it seems it never stops really haha. I bought myself a new wagon this week to move bikes around, I got tired of trailers so bought myself a new Falcon Ute which arrives today. Looking forward to getting down to ground level again. The Touareg has finally gone which is a bit sad, as it's been a fantastic vehicle, but the new ute is a whole lot friendlier as far as transporting bikes on. So looking forward to that. What else has been happening? Got my placed booked for the big boys toys, so keep an eye out for us if you are there. Started the new custom in the weekend, I've got a 999 Superbike and its' definitely going to be a green frame Homage, quite excited about that. Just tentatively purchased an F1 750 which will be nice to have. Plans are to restore it to 100% original, and have also placed an order for a Guzzi's and a couple of other interesting bikes as well, so keep an eye out for those. Bought another bike ramp this week, as I need to have the customs over there and the daily bikes over here. So there you go busy busy again. Oh keep your eye out for the Classic bike race meeting in Timaru in December, I've heard that there are going to be plenty of classic TZ's and RG's racing plus there are rumors of a couple of pretty famous people from the early 70's racing scene that will be in attendance to. Really looking forward to the ride down and being able to see these fantastic machines being raced here again. Shades of the Marlborough Series all over again.
And that folks is about all I have for you this week. Time to start pouring over the green frame images to see how I can get the 999 into some sort of shape for the up coming build. I hope your all starting to get those bikes out of the garage and getting tune ups and oil changes in preparation for the coming summer, it's going to be great, and I for one can't wait to get out there and do some riding. Take care and enjoy your bikes and your lifestyle, and don't let anyone take it away from you.