Author: Robert

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We Ain’t Rushin’ Motorcycle Tour

First tour of the year with the aptly named we aint rushin’ tour on my vintage 1972 Yamaha LS2 that has appeared on this site many times. I thought this would be an ideal bike to make a short distance tour on. I’ve been pining to take this out for a long time, so when…
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New Store and Round 1 2018

Big day for Motonaughts Racing! We’ve launched a new store for our fans, friends, and damily to help support the team. Working with Printful we have launched a line of merchandise, with proceeds going to the team beer and parts fund. Cody and I designed some cool looking gear to wear to show your support…
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There’s a voice that keeps on calling me

Ulysses, Ulysses – Soaring through all the galaxies. In search of Earth, flying in to the night. Ulysses, Ulysses – Fighting evil and tyranny, with all his power, and with all of his might. Ulysses – no-one else can do the things you do. Ulysses – like a bolt of thunder from the blue. Ulysses…
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80 days around the world

80 days around the world, we’ll find a pot of gold just sitting where the rainbow’s ending. Time – we’ll fight against the time, and we’ll fly on the white wings of the wind. 80 days around the world, no we won’t say a word before the ship is really back. Round, round, all around…
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Ducati 749 rear shock work

Check out me relaxing the rear shock on my Ducati project here. It was easier than I thought it would be and I only dropped the bike one! Make sure to wear your safety crocs watching this!

Vintage cr250 brakes

Check out the work process for replacing my new to me cr250 brakes here. I also do some other work on the bike. https://youtu.be/_Ns5Xyb91Rs

Ducati 749 Wiring Harness

Yamaha Sprocket Change and Camping

Got the new sprockets in the mail! I set to work to get them on the Yamaha, I plan on using the old chain, cutting it down to size. 

Yamaha Footpegs

Riding last week the right footpeg fell off of my Yamaha. After some asking around I found a welder who would do the job for 20$. After he finished the welding job, we noticed how severely bent the footpegs were. It’s pretty clear the bike has been crashed or at least the pegs have banged…
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