My History of Bikes in a nutshell

My first Bike oh yeah!!! Was a 1974 Honda MR-50. Sitting under the Christmas tree just like this one. I was 8 years old. This is a picture from the internet. but mine was the exact color as this one.lv0116-227958_2@2x

After crashing and destroying a few of mom’s flower beds and plants. I was no longer allowed to do circles around the house. Then I began pissing off everyone’s parents within a few mile radius of my house. About 1/2 mile from my house I found some trails, and a home made track were the older kids rode. They welcomed me, and from then on every day after school. I was at the track tearing it up.

Soon I had graduated to a 125. And was getting pretty good so I thought. My Dad let me enter a few races. And I really sucked  at racing motocross. But never gave up riding for recreation. To this day at 52 yo. I have a 1998 KTM 620-SX left hand kick start.

My first Street bike was a hard tail chopper frame with a Triumph 650 engine on it. I was 17 then. Second Street bike was a Honda CB 750. 3rd Street bike was a Kawasaki KZ 1000. Then a Yamaha virago 750. Then a Suzuki GSXR 1100. Which later was transformed into a pro street drag bike. 6th Street bike was a 1981 Harley Davidson Wide Glide. 7th. Was a 1950 Harley Davidson pan/shovel chopper. And today I own a 2005 HD wide Glide, a 2006 HD super glide, and a 2017 Electra Glide. And a little pull start mini bike with app hanger bars just for fun. I get the multi vehicle discount. Planning on getting a BMW 1100GS soon and selling 2 Harley’s. That’s it in a nutshell. Now I will start blogging the rides I go on and take pictures to go along with them.  Wish I had pictures of the rides I have done in the past. Well actually I do have some. Like December 2017 I went on a 2000 + mile ride from my home in South Texas. To west Arizona and back. Maybe I can blog about a few of my past rides with pictures. But will mostly just be writing about rides I do in the future as I am doing them.

I am new to word press. and new to blogging. I believe I can get the hang of it though.

3 thoughts on “My History of Bikes in a nutshell

  1. I grew up in South Texas, near Refugio. Good luck with your blog. I’ve been using WordPress for 6 years and I’m still learning about it. Safe travels.

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