Winter is just around the corner and it’s time to take your darling to pieces for polishing and lubing. That’s your motorcycle I’m talking about. Don’t get any funny ideas.

There’s nothing like taking your bike apart when winter starts to really take good care of it this year. But three months later, riding season practically started, and you have a pile of dusty parts you haven’t touched since you pulled them off the bike. That’s when you need some good rock’n roll music for those long nights working to get you machine back in shape.

A good choice would be the new AC/DC album. But there’s another alternative you should by no means underestimate.

I’ve been listening to the soundtrack from the independent motorcycle movie Brittown, the last couple of weeks. I’m looking forward to put the CD on in my garage, crank it up, open a cold one, and carefully watch my battery charge while enjoying the sweet old school rock’n roll. Might even get caught in the moment and start drumming a fender with a spoke, or tooting a pair of old handlebars.

In short, I think it’s bloody good music. Didn’t really notice it when I first watched Brittown. This is a soundtrack that can easily stand alone.

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4 Responses to “Something to keep you company in the garage during winter”

  1. 125cc Bikes  October 22nd

    Not heard of Brittown before – will be checking it out :)

  2. MotoViews.com » Something to keep you company in the garage during winter » Your guide to motorcycling - biking news, database, latest models and related information  October 22nd

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  3. Mac @ Motorcycle Fairing  October 30th

    Of course we all knew you meant your beloved motorcycle. lol.

  4. Motorbike Forums  December 3rd

    The “taking to pieces” part sounds quite painful!!

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