On a motorcycle you ride in the direction you are looking in. Look around a corner, you ride around the corner, look at a tree, you ride at the tree.
Good analogy for life. If you look at office drama or family rows, you go into office drama or family rows. It then causes you headache, grief and ball ache nobody needs.
So when you find yourself looking at that sort of shit, stop. Look up the road. Towards the sun. Go that way. Its probably better.
Fujifilm XF1 – f/3.6 – ISO 100
Last week I headed to Brighton for the annual Brighton Burn Up. 50,000 or more motorcycles heading to one coastal town, good fun! I took the Sinnis Retrostar. The days break downs involved my rear brakes springs snapping. I shall of course be replacing them with Herald springs. *Sigh*
To the motorcycle followers, I did say I was going to write a follow up for Sinnis Retrostar review. However after reading and adding links to all my Sinnis posts last month, I cannot add anything of use, other than its had a few mechanical issues. Writing about continued issues with the bike just feels like flogging a dead horse. So my Sinnis Retrostar review ends with Part #9 – The Unfortunate End. I get all my parts from Herald. I will run it until it dies, then get myself a bike above 125cc, either Triumph, Enfield or Herald.
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Interesting thing Sable got on his motorbike number 347. A full sized Oil Radiator to the local tip.
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