Since I was a kid I was fascinated by motorcycles. I rode on the back of a few when I was a kid and knew that one day I would own one. When I 20 years old I learned how to ride. A friend who had a Honda F4i (600 cc) taught me how to ride on his bike. He was kind enough to let me ride it when I wanted to and another friend let me ride his Yamaha R1 (1000 cc). After ridding the 600 cc and the 1000cc I knew I needed a 1000cc bike in my life. A few month after learning how to ride I bought my first bike which was a 1000cc.
For many years now I rode bikes. During those years, I have had several bikes, all of which I loved. Each bike was an experience and so much fun to ride. Some bikes treated me better than others, some bikes were faster than others and some bikes felt better than others, but they were all amazing machines. I have wrecked a few bikes, stunted on a few bikes and rode fast on all of them. All of my bikes that I owned, I modded on my own.
I have had the pleasure to ride with so many people in so many places. I had the pleasure of helping to teach my wife how to ride bikes and even buying her, her first motorcycle (250cc). We both shared good times and great rides on our bikes. My wife rode her bike (250cc), a 600cc bike and even a 1000cc bike. It was a proud day for me when she rode the 1000cc bike, it almost brought a tear to my eye.
I sold my last bike (2005 Yamaha R1) to help buy my FJ. I miss all my bikes, but I do not regret selling the R1 to help buy the FJ. Now the FJ is my hobby and I love it. I have already had so many good trips with it, so many good times modding it and meet some awesome people.
2002 Honda RC51 (1000 cc)
The RC51 was the first bike I owned. It was also the first bike I wrecked...several times. It was a great bike and you didn't see to many of them on the road. I don't have any pictures of her before the wrecks.
- Pilot 2CT tires - After market turn signals - Leo Vince exhaust - Power Commander - Double bubble visor - Paint
2005 Yamaha R1 (1000 cc)
The R1 was my second bike. I have always loved Yamaha and was so happy when I bought my R1. It was fast, it was loud and it was gorgeous.
- Vance and Hines race baffles - HID head lights - LED turn signals - LED integrated rear tail light - Tinted head lights - Red halos - Pilot 2CT tires - Race visor - Speed Metal lever - Fram sliders - Swing arm sliders - Front fork sliders - Crank case armor
2007 Yamaha R6 (600 cc)
The R6 was my third bike. Again, Yamaha makes a great bike. The R6 was so much fun to ride and handled like a dream.
- After market exhaust - HID head lights - LED flush mount front turn signals - LED integrated rear tail light - Pilot 2CT tires - Race visor - Speed Metal lever - Fram sliders - Swing arm sliders - Front fork sliders - Crank case armor
2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250 (250 cc)
This was my fourth bike and my wife's first bike. It was a great beginner bike. Even though it wasn't as fast as the others, it was still a fun bike to ride. It handled really well and stood out.
- Two Brothers exhaust - HID head lights - LED turn signals - LED integrated rear tail light - Pilot 2CT tires - Race visor - Speed Metal lever - Fram sliders - Swing arm sliders - Under the tail delete kit