Riding to BOBMC RiderMania 2016, the largest congregation of Royal Enfield clubs in India. And, I’m riding solo on my new version of ThunderDuck (opens in a new window). On the back is a dry-bag and on the tank is a Via Terra tank bag.
On a whim, I picked up a ViaTerra DSLR tank bag to see how it would be after using two trusty old Cramster Turtles over time. Cramster Turtle was on its last legs, and I needed a DSLR tank bag to replace it. If you need more or accurate information, leave a comment at the bottom, I will update this. Continue reading DSLR tank bag review: ViaTerra Fly Universal
Stormtrooper, May the 4th be with you.
Alright, Stormtrooper, the Royal Enfield Himalayan is home. It has been home for a while now. 535kms to be exact. These are my initial impressions and modifications to it. More from a fricking practicality point of view. Daily use report. Do not expect to see lifestyle photos, like the kind where people go 5 feet off the main road to make it seem like they’ve been riding dirt all day. If you’re looking for that, leave. Now.
Reviewing the CooCase v50 after a while of using it and things you may need to know if you are interested in getting one.
My office was moving to a new location meant that Kavitha and I could commute together. Which also meant that I needed to come up with a solution to get there more comfortably. The biggest issue with commuting two up comfortably is the bags. Our bags are typical office bags, containing laptops, accessories, lunch and maybe some other things unique to each of us. Enter the search for the best top box I could get.
Dear Snow, winter is coming.
But, before that happens, bhery bhery bhelcome. u plis cum in2 d garage bhery soon. I know, I know, winter is coming is really scraping the bottom. But that’s how I feel with the current motorcycle. Though it does what it is supposed to, 2 years is about as long as it took to look for something better(?) or maybe just newer. Continue reading Winter is coming, dear Snow