Crystal Springs Reservoir

Woo, I finally got a little Ninjette ride in today!  I didn’t have much time because I had to get back home to work (that’s clearly what I’m doing now, right?) but it was too nice a day not to ride a little bit.  Autumn is my favorite motorcycling time of the year — not too cold yet, the air is crisp, the sky is blue, and colors just seem more vivid.  *happysigh*

Anyway, not much exposition here; I just rode to Crystal Springs Reservoir and took a bunch of photos.   So, without further ado…the good stuff.  Pictures!

I like fooling around with the camera’s built in filters/settings.  Of course they wind up looking fake and over-processed, but hey, it’s fun.

Here’s what my bike would have looked like in an 1880 newspaper.

A day without MidgetStig is a day without sunshine.

Nice lens flare and star, huh?  I wish I could say that I positioned the camera and set the self timer that way intentionally.  Shh, I won’t tell if you don’t.

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5 Responses to Crystal Springs Reservoir

  1. Red says:

    Loving The Stig look! Can’t wait to hear all about the new suit. You’ve got my attention.

  2. Red says:

    Since I can’t wait, does the suit have a back protector? Hip armor?

  3. Red says:

    Still waiting. Yes, I’m being annoying. 😉 In the market for a new jacket, and I’m totally intrigued by how nice your suit looks.

  4. carolyn says:

    You’ll have to wait for the main review since I guarantee I won’t get to it this week (something about some big Apple launch coming up tomorrow).

    To answer the individual questions, though, it does have an excellent back protector. My particular suit doesn’t have hip armor, but Teiz started adding it to Revolution suits after mine was made. Ghazi mailed some hip protectors to add into mine, so I’m looking forward to that. That was one of my biggest pieces of feedback for the suit originally.

  5. Amazing shots! Nice exhaust pipe on your Ninja too! We just did a Stage 2 DynoJet kit, K&N Air Filter and Yoshimura slip on. Makes all the difference!

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