One Thousand Reasons To Ride

I’ve owned a Ducati Sport Classic GT 1000 since 2008. It’s been a cafe cruiser, it’s been to California and back. It’s a bike that always attracts compliments and is a joy to ride. I wanted to capture a few details of the bike without it being washed and shiny. The bike is ridden, it gets grubby. It’s how it’s […]

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This is not Plan B

I’ve seen a quote attributed to actor Will Smith that’s essentially states that if you have a Plan B you’re contemplating failure and that in itself is failure. So, to demonstrate my sense of purpose and mental fortitude, this is not Plan B. Given the weather forecast of thunder showers in the area I’m heading to it makes perfect sense […]

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Road trip readiness

With the postponement of the Rockies road trip, an easy overnighter around the Lillooet loop has become the ride of the summer. Although nothing like last years adventure with memories that are deeply etched, the ride will still be in to new territory. I’m looking forward to riding through the Fraser canyon and thinking back to Charlie Boormans Canada ride, […]

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No Studs Please, I’m British. The Vancouver Motorcycle Show

Large engined cruisers make perfect sense. Well, sort of. I’m not a hardened biker, never have been, never will be. However, I really enjoy riding bikes be they motorized or non-motorized. I’m also a bit a of ‘petrol (gear) head’ so, I wasn’t going to pass up the chance to visit the Vancouver Motorcycle Show to take in the what’s […]

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Music Therapy Ride

Being part of a massive bike convoy, now that’s cool. I’d promised myself that I’d take part in the Music Therapy Ride, a once a year charity motorcycle ride for the Canadian Music Therapy Trust. I guess there are a couple of questions, what’s music therapy and why do the ride. The Canadian Music Therapy Trusts mission includes the following, […]

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