In 2007 Apple reinvent the phone (or so they claim to have done). And this year Skully, a start-up from San Francisco, reinvented the helmet. It’s an amazing piece of engineering and will revolutionise how we ride motorbikes. Continue reading
I didn’t think this day would come. But I’m looking to sell my bike. My lovely KTM Duke 200. But it’s time to move on.
Well, things have changed over the last few weeks. I’m a father now. Father to the most beautiful girl you can imagine.
As such, there isn’t too much time roaming the streets of Hong Kong. At least not in the next two or three years.
So I decided to look for a new owner for my lovely KTM.
If you know anyone in Hong Kong (or are interested yourself) drop me a line in the comment section.
The long wait is over. Finally, the BMW R nineT and S1000R are available in Hong Kong. I attended the launch event on May 24. And seeing those two bikes in real life is just fantastic. Continue reading
Why should you ride a motorbike? I often face that question, particularly here in Hong Kong where every activity that takes outside an air conditioned shopping mall is considered as being reckless and dangerous. Even “hiking trails” are just concrete pathways leading up the mountains.
I came across the trailer of “Why We Ride”, a documentary that screened last year. If you have the chance – watch it! It’s available on iTunes and Amazon as well as on DVD.
Thailand? Yes, you’re not mistaken.
So far, all BMW motorbikes were solely produced in BMW’s Berlin factory in Germany. Not anymore…
I’ve heard this sentence too often now. And if you’re riding a bike, I’m sure you’ve also heard it.
But fact is, it’s pretty hard to describe to a non-biker. But recently I came across a very good explanation….. Continue reading