Archive for the 'Reviews' Category

Worlds Fastest Indian, DVD Review

November 16th, 2006 Jesper Bram 2 Comments »

If you are a motorcycle enthusiast and have not yet seen this movie, you must. The Worlds Fastest Indian is about the life story of New Zealander Burt Munro, who spent years building a 1920 Indian motorcycle; a bike which helped him set the land-speed world record at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967. I […] Continue reading

I bought the Honda from new back in August 2003 and so far I’ve done more than 28.000 km (17.500 miles) on the motorcycle. It’s a very versatile machine good for both touring two-up full packed, fun with the lads on the back roads, and the occasional track-day. Not to mention reliable; never had any […] Continue reading

Kawasaki ER6n review

June 13th, 2006 Jesper Bram 47 Comments »

Kawasaki has taken quite a while replacing their old trusty workhorse and beginners bike the ER5. So I expected them to come up with something that could maybe knock Yamaha’s FZ6 off its pedestal. In terms of modern design and technique it’s a big leap ahead from the ER5, but is it a good bike? […] Continue reading

Ducati Multistrada 1000DS try out

June 5th, 2006 Jesper Bram 9 Comments »

I’ve had my eyes on the Multistrada for a while. I’m looking for the right replacement to my Honda 919, and it will probably be something in the sport touring category. My girlfriend and I are crazy about the camping-touring vacation form. So I’m going for a bit more wind protection and touring capabilities. But […] Continue reading

Trying out the Yamaha MT-03

May 5th, 2006 Jesper Bram 85 Comments »

I had the chance, a few weeks ago, to take a Yamaha MT-03 for a quick spin. As far as I know Yamaha has used the engine from the XT 660 and put it in a more modern sci-fi-like chassis. If you’ve read my opinion on the XT 660, you will now that I was […] Continue reading

DVD Review, Choppertown – The Sinners.

November 20th, 2005 Jesper Bram 10 Comments »

When I was a kid we would always hang out at a mate’s garage, messing with mopeds and strapping lawnmower engines to anything from roller-skates to soapbox-cars. If you, like me, can recall that time with a happy smirk, this DVD is for you. Choppertown – The Sinners, is a documentary on a bunch of […] Continue reading

Rubber that makes you fly

July 7th, 2005 Jesper Bram 1 Comment »

A Michelin Pilot Power review (2/2) So are these tyres as great as everyone say they are? Well, it’s only my third set on the Honda 919, so I’m not saying that there isn’t any other as good as the Pilot Powers or better out there. But I know I just had an awesome time […] Continue reading

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