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  1. The Second Life

    by , 09-08-2020 at 04:10 AM
    9/11 7:15 am
    I could feel the cold wind on my neck. It was chilly, foggy and eerie morning.

    Dodging as many trucks as possible to catch up my fellow riders. Dancing around the three lanes, the motorbike and the breeze felt nice. I was waiting for this one, it’s difficult to wake up early and leave for a chilly ride, I had missed many just for that one hour of extra sleep. At a hundred kilometres per hour, every inch of that wind could be felt, could be heard. I ...
  2. My First Thoughts on the new HONDA HORNET 2.0

    by , 09-03-2020 at 02:34 AM
    Honda just launched its brand-new Hornet 2.0, which was marketed as a 200cc bike. But it actually has a 184cc Air-Cooled Twin Valve Single Cylinder Engine burrowed from the Honda CB190R.
    This Fuel Injected 184cc Air-Cooled Twin Valve Single Cylinder Engine with a Compression ratio 9.5:1,
    churns out a maximum of 17.03bhp @8500 rpm and 16.1 Nm of torque @6000 rpm, 1.21 bhp and 1.1 Nm more than what 190R does.
    Doesn’t seem exciting on paper. Right?
    Maybe its ...
  3. my bajaj pulsar 150 ug2

    by , 05-10-2020 at 03:01 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by aswi View Post
    this is my almost 14 years old bajaj pulsar 150 UG2. I brought it second hand from my neighbor almost 6 years ago .right now the bike has clocked almost 135000 KM without an engine overhaul .recently I have done the following mods and restoration works to it

    1. new battery
    2. new CDI coil
    3. replaced the spark plugs with ngk
    4. replaced the carburetor jets with anew one
    5. replaced the rear shock
    6. redid all front and rear breaks
    7. replaced petrol cap lid
    8. replaced the front and back
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  4. Up in thin Air_Gurudongmar

    by , 03-08-2020 at 03:06 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by jfazer View Post

    Gurudongmar Trip [2016]
  5. Up in thin Air_Gurudongmar

    by , 03-08-2020 at 03:03 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by jfazer View Post
    I have been lazy to complete the travel-log,
    But, here I am to finish it up...

    ~ : Inspiration : ~

    Since I smoke (cigarettes, not illicit stuffs) too much, I wanted to find out how my smoking-lungs would react up there in Gurudongmar at 17,100 feet! Of course, at that height I won't be smoking, will just be breathing...

    You may think I am a bit strange, but this is one the reason I went there to know if my smoking lungs are fit for high
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