So I Ran Into An Outlaw Motorcycle Gang In Seattle

As I rode down to 1st and Columbia (saw one of the controversial bike signals on Second Avenue, left turn signal [as of today, September 13th, 2014] has been amended because people can't fucking drive), a group of sportbike riders (50 shades of Range Rover Remembrance?) decide to blow a red light and nearly caused me… » 9/13/14 7:05pm 9/13/14 7:05pm

Satoshi's Review: The Hornet Successor (Sort Of)

Now, most of you may recall that I purchased a Honda 919 simply because insurance, parking and fuel happened. I also wanted something I can have fun with on the twisty roads down through Redondo Beach and Des Moines, Burien and Seattle. I was actually impressed with the Hornet's characteristics but I thought,… » 7/27/14 4:03pm 7/27/14 4:03pm

The Hunt For A Decent Luggage System Part One

To be honest, I never thought I'd say this but I miss the Burgman and it's underseat trunk. Going around town with a backpack that could only hold a laptop (well, a leather suitcase containing a laptop, a PSVita, a 3DS and quite a lot of adapters with blocks) isn't what I call fun. So what did I do? » 6/26/14 4:26pm 6/26/14 4:26pm

1985 Honda Aero 50: The Oppositelock Review

The Aero 50 was the first "modern" 50cc scooter that made it to the United States from Honda. It was introduced in 1983 and went and went through a major redesign in 1985 before being discontinued in 1987. Mine is a 1985 model which according to the tile has had 4 owners since the last time it was registered in 2004.… » 6/23/14 12:20pm 6/23/14 12:20pm