It’s the end of the season and time to wrap up the Konker KSM 200 long termer. What worked, what didn’t and is it worth buying?
Zac finally gets the new smaller rear sprocket fitted and decides to take the Konker for a day trip to Deer Island.
Zac takes a face plant during his daily commute. Time to see how well the Konker crashes …
Who wants to break in a 200cc single? Zac does! The Konker moves to Saint John for some dirt trails and commuting duties.
Ever wondered what $1500 will get you in the way of a brand new motorcycle? Zac Kurylyk did and this is how it worked out.
The older you get, the faster you were: a pretty common joke among members of the racing group known as the Vintage Road Racing Association, or VRRA. Not always true, though, as anyone racing with the VRRA crowd for the first time will quickly learn. Just because you have a few years’ experience doesn’t mean you’re slowing down any.
Ian Chadwick talks about his Kawasaki vertical twin.
The Canadian Thunder Series seems to be really taking off with its best turnout to date, with a show of thirteen competitors. Although Ducati and Buell seem to be the bikes of choice, we managed to connect CMG’s Larry Tate with Pat Doyle of Bavarian Motosports and onto a prepped Moto Guzzi V11.
(Read Part 4 here) SIZING UP THE COMPETITION JP avec silly hat. At the Mosport round we thought it would be a good opportunity to have a chat with some of the other racers in our class and find out a bit about what we can expect come the big day. The series is currently … Continue reading The Race Diaries, Part 5
Triumph. To any motorcycle enthusiast that has graced this earth for at least 30 years, the name is bound to stir up memories.