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semmonekovis

In response to: I am the proud owner of a '95 Kawasaki Vulcan 750

semmonekovis

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 Permalink 10/19/10 @ 18:32
Annabelle Zadrozny

In response to: Funny Kawasaki Ninja Commercial

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 Permalink 10/19/10 @ 12:36
Vena Morlino

In response to: What is that sound?! OH MY! It's coming from the motorcycle that I almost ran into!

An excellent read and some important issues made. I truly do still think about the subject of your blog post (’What is that sound?! OH MY! It’s coming from the motorcycle that I almost ran into!’) in some ways misleading though. The fact that merely a modest percentage of people will likely be affected to my mind doesn’t cause the measures used here.

 Permalink 10/19/10 @ 05:10
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In response to: I am the proud owner of a '95 Kawasaki Vulcan 750

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 Permalink 10/13/10 @ 22:35
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In response to: Funny Kawasaki Ninja Commercial

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 Permalink 10/13/10 @ 01:46
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In response to: Funny Kawasaki Ninja Commercial

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 Permalink 08/28/10 @ 21:43
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In response to: Funny Kawasaki Ninja Commercial

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 Permalink 08/22/10 @ 11:49
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In response to: Forks repaired

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 Permalink 08/10/10 @ 13:22
Lorie

In response to: Three hours of work on just two rusty screws.

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 Permalink 06/02/10 @ 11:04
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In response to: People not caring about the police or truckers

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 Permalink 04/30/10 @ 09:24
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In response to: Forks repaired

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 Permalink 03/28/10 @ 17:54
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In response to: Forks repaired

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 Permalink 03/27/10 @ 13:16
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In response to: Forks repaired

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 Permalink 03/24/10 @ 15:42
Bill

In response to: New Rear Tire @ 10,400 mi. Chain Lube @ 10,502mi

Bill

pirelli makes the tires for alot of formula one and ama super bike racing… you got one of the best tires on the market

 Permalink 03/31/09 @ 20:48
Alex

In response to: Speedometer fixed, mirrors swapped out, and left front turn signal fixed. 6-16-08

Alex

Hey Mike,
I’m really into the the Vulcan 750 as well and I’m currently looking for one at a good deal. I’ve been researching the bike and found that a huge issue here is the shaft drive needing lubrication. Have you even attempted this? There is actually a step by step on the vulcan 750 forums. Looking forward to more of the 750 vlogs. Good luck!

 Permalink 10/24/08 @ 21:47
cindykenward

In response to: Three hours of work on just two rusty screws.

cindykenward

That must have been a releif to get that done.

 Permalink 10/11/08 @ 16:03
cindykenward

In response to: The Wrens Run

cindykenward

Cool stuff Mike.

 Permalink 08/17/08 @ 00:20
Luis

In response to: Speedometer fixed, mirrors swapped out, and left front turn signal fixed. 6-16-08

Luis

what kind of bike did you fix the speedometer on?

I have a honda rebel 250 and hear I have to lift the rear tire to fix?

thanks

 Permalink 06/30/08 @ 21:07
Don

In response to: New Rear Tire @ 10,400 mi. Chain Lube @ 10,502mi

Don

I don’t know about against their code, but when you pay what they charge, you sure don’t expect crap!

 Permalink 06/11/08 @ 23:56
Don

In response to: THEY DID IT TO ME AGAIN!! AGAIN!!! *ROAR!!!*

Don

I work for Toyo Tire North America, and the Japanese look at motorcycles alot different than American companies. Not only do we have special “small” parking stickers, we also have our own motorcycle parking, at the entrance of the parking lot, so you don’t have to drive down the isles and get smacked!!!

 Permalink 06/11/08 @ 23:51
Joey

In response to: New Rear Tire @ 10,400 mi. Chain Lube @ 10,502mi

Joey

Yay oil changes…

 Permalink 05/23/08 @ 02:09
Bill

In response to: Slipping Clutch

Bill

Hey Mike! Really enjoy your Rebel videos. I was wondering, couldn’t you just buy the service manual for your Rebel and fix it yourself? I mean the Rebel is a pretty simple bike to work on. Sometimes you’re better off ordering the parts through BikeBandit.com and doing the job yourself. This way you’re back on your bike in a hurry.

Thanks for all the Rebel info!

Bill,
New York

 Permalink 05/12/08 @ 12:31
rebel4

In response to: Helmet Camera, thoughts?

rebel4

came here via rebel250.com . On your helmet cam, what kind is it, do you have a link, and how much did it cost?

 Permalink 08/09/07 @ 18:36
thewhoissuperb24

In response to: One of those tard moments, like locking your keys in the car....

thewhoissuperb24

How does that work?

 Permalink 07/17/07 @ 16:41
thewhoissuperb24

In response to: Idiots who can't park!

thewhoissuperb24

Yay!! Silly String!! Take some pictures when you do that!! :p

 Permalink 07/17/07 @ 16:34
thewhoissuperb (YouTube acct name)

In response to: Altercation with a cager.

thewhoissuperb (YouTube acct name)

I cannot believe people do this immature driving, and if one is on a motorcycle, it is 4 times more deadly than if one was driving a car. Did you at least catch the plate? Oh by the way, nice Rebel.

 Permalink 07/17/07 @ 15:55
David

In response to: THEY DID IT TO ME AGAIN!! AGAIN!!! *ROAR!!!*

David

I don’t know if I just misunderstood, but where you pointed to would not be a good place to put the stickers as your fork sliders will run over it. You need to put it on the slider (the lower, fatter portion). If you were putting them there, just disregard my comment. Did you try putting some clear packing tape over it or something?

 Permalink 05/06/07 @ 21:35
Squegie

In response to: Not exactly motorcycle related..

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 Permalink 03/23/07 @ 10:17
tyrone

In response to: New Rear Tire @ 10,400 mi. Chain Lube @ 10,502mi

tyrone

Forgive my spelling. PIRELLI has an I not an E

 Permalink 03/09/07 @ 15:06
tyrone

In response to: New Rear Tire @ 10,400 mi. Chain Lube @ 10,502mi

tyrone

Pirelle does not make bad tires. It’s like against their code or something.

 Permalink 03/09/07 @ 15:04
Peaches007

In response to: Sticky Shifter - Oh noes!

Peaches007

that has to be my favorite thing ever. you even drew on the pics… thats great. i am glad you are getting better at fixing your bike thats a good thing cuz bikes need cleaned and tuned up a lot more than cars so das is gutt ;)

those pics reminded me of when i was little and we’d be watching some nfl game on tv and they would draw on the screens… you memeber them times way back when.. now everythings all computer animated and junk.. blah took all the fun out of it. no more X’s and O’s and squiggly lines everywhere…

:) i enjoyed

 Permalink 02/22/07 @ 09:36
Peaches007

In response to: Altercation with a cager.

Peaches007

good job on keepin your cool, sarah should’ve called the cops and reported those assholes. you can do that you know.. road rage is a big fat no no and you can get a pretty hefty fine especially since you were on a motorcycle thats an even bigger no no. anyways glad you are ok though :) i hate chuckleheads they are no good :(

 Permalink 02/22/07 @ 09:29
Peaches007

In response to: Yay! New Boots!

Peaches007

Haha!! Mikey those are just the spiffiest boots i’ve ever seen ;)

 Permalink 02/22/07 @ 09:24
livid_pixel

In response to: Mr. Gaping Abyss who lies in wait....

lastnight on the way home; it was like a freaking rollercaoster on that mother; glad your ok bro!

 Permalink 01/06/07 @ 19:04
Alablast

In response to: Mr. Gaping Abyss who lies in wait....

Alablast

Lol… yeah; I saw that yesterday; my lunch break was scheduled right in the middle of the storm and I couldn’t see *anything*; I turned and just felt two huge bumps and was like “Oh crap I just broke something.”

 Permalink 01/06/07 @ 18:29
kevin

In response to: Mr. Gaping Abyss who lies in wait....

kevin

lol thats funny dude it was crazy in my truck of course i speed like all hell so ya know….

 Permalink 01/06/07 @ 18:12
todd

In response to: Helmet Camera, thoughts?

I think it would be nice to see video footage.

 Permalink 12/30/06 @ 16:07
Squegie

In response to: People trying to prove something....?

re-submitting with corrected link

 Permalink 12/09/06 @ 16:48
Squegie

In response to: People trying to prove something....?

Your story reminds me a bit of the botmaker strip linked to above

 Permalink 12/09/06 @ 16:47
sonya

In response to: Winter Riding Gear Acquisition

sonya

I was going to suggest a scarf, but I see you got a thingy to help your neck. I could make you a fleece scarf!!!
Just ask Brian.
Sonya

 Permalink 11/18/06 @ 23:08
Rufus

In response to: Idiots who can't park!

Rufus

They started teaching the hippy version of coloring back in the 60s, so that’s probably where they get this “color outside the lines because I’m special and unique” bullshit.

 Permalink 11/04/06 @ 16:19
cindy

In response to: Winter Riding Gear Acquisition

nice bike

 Permalink 10/26/06 @ 02:33
Brian Johnson

In response to: You know you are in the south when.....

Brian Johnson

Why wouldn’t you just take a gas can. Jeez, this is why people are stupid

 Permalink 10/24/06 @ 01:41
Bill A aka Bumble Bill

In response to: The Wrens Run

Bill A aka Bumble Bill

Glad you had a great time dude. We need to do it again soon. BTW, very nice pics.

 Permalink 09/09/06 @ 18:57
Terry

In response to: Haha!!!

Terry

While funny, it wont be so funny when you get a ticket due to (I assume it’d be) improper lane change, if not more. Not to mention what you said. Oh well, just my thought.

 Permalink 09/07/06 @ 17:04
Sarah

In response to: I'm going to get some gas....

Sarah

I hear quite a few people around here use the word “ignorant” in that fashion, too.

 Permalink 08/22/06 @ 10:10
squegie

In response to: I'm going to get some gas....

Hmm.. I have never heard “nailing jello to a tree” but it sounds difficult… and pointless, which I guess is the point of the phrase.

But yes, I have heard and on occasion use the phrase “as all get out". I don’t use it very often since I feel that it is somewhat misused.

Around here, almost local to the county, people often substitue the word ignorant for rude. If someone does something rude like flipping you off, or purposely taking your marked food from the shared fridge, then you can call that person “Ignorant". “I think that’s just ignorant". In a very weird way it almost makes sense… while the person is typically aware that they are doing purposely doing something they shouldn’t be doing, they are ignorant that doing wrong is the wrong thing to do… puzzle that one through.

 Permalink 08/19/06 @ 23:03
Sarah

In response to: I'm going to get some gas....

Sarah

For all your moving around and experiences in different places, you have been awfully sheltered when it comes to classic children’s books, common phrases (I still can’t believe you’d never heard “as all get out” or “nailing jello to a tree” until recently :P), and foods that just about everybody has at least heard of if not actually tried. But don’t worry pookie, I’ll get you caught up on everything. I’ve already exposed you to all kinds of foods you’d never tried before and made you read lots of children’s books. hehe

 Permalink 08/19/06 @ 17:49
squegie

In response to: I'm going to get some gas....

I have always loved that book. However, I’ve found that too many people have not read it. Sometimes people will go into a story as to how they went out of their way to give someone a break or help them out, and the recipient of their kindness keep expecting even more. I almost invariable will respond.. “Well, if you give a mouse a cookie…” and leave it at that. I usually get very confused looks from that.

 Permalink 08/18/06 @ 19:05
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