Changing Oil In A 2015 F6B Goldwing This video explains the process I use to change oil in my 2015 F6B Honda Goldwing. Currently, this includes us 4 quarts of Honda brand 10W-40 oil. This is not a requirement as any quality motorcycle 10W-40 oil is sufficient. This will change at the next 12,000 mile change. … Continue reading How To Change Oil In A 2015 F6B Goldwing
In a previous post, I did a short rant about the Honda F6B Goldwing. If only that post is read, you might think I don’t care for the motorcycle. The truth is, it’s the greatest bike I’ve ever ridden in my 48 years on this earth. I only wish I would have bought any Goldwing … Continue reading F6B Goldwing First 4,000 Miles. Things I Love About This Bike.
In a short time, I’ve put 4,000 miles on my 2015 Honda Goldwing. The time and the motorcycle went fast. Some of the shine did wear off though. Problems have been found. Am I upset that such an expensive motorcycle is flawed? You bet! I’m not as saddened as I should be though. The bike … Continue reading The F6B Goldwing’s First 4,000 Miles. A Rant.
Choosing my big cruiser was an agonizing decision. Harley-Davidson for resale value? Indian for the looks? Victory for the speed and power? Then, I found this Honda FB6. Resale value? I don’t think I’ll want to sell it. Looks? I don’t shine bikes anyhow, so the matte paint will work fine. Speed and power? The … Continue reading My New Honda Goldwing F6B
Tea At Foundation Park I guess it won’t always be coffee at these stops I write about, but tea will work. It was a great Spring day to relax for a minute on the water, then hop back on the Goldwing.
One Room Schoolhouse On Frampton Road I found this while riding motorcycles on the backroads of Licking County, Ohio. It’s one of the better preserved one-room schoolhouses that still stand. I sat there on a very modern motorcycle wondering what it must have been like when this was built. The comparison of provisions given to … Continue reading Frampton Road One Room Schoolhouse
I took a break from the computer for a few days. We had around 60 degree days in January in Central Ohio. Needless to say, I rode. Indian Scouts On The Showroom Floor Here’s what I ran into at a stop on a ride to Columbus, Ohio. Beautiful Indians. I’m really pulling for this company. … Continue reading Indian Scouts Are Looking Great
When I leave work on a motorbike, pull on my helmet and move off, it doesn’t matter if I’ve had a good day or not. – Ewan McGregor
As I ride away to the west, the noise in the engine seems to settle in a rhythmic thrum, and the wind ripples the grass in the fields alongside the road. The tops of the blades are waving to and fro, and it’s easy to imagine the valves in the engine rising and falling with … Continue reading In sync with nature
I love the summer because it’s the time of year that means I always have something to do and no place in particular to go. That’s how I like it. Here are some photos of some bikes that have caught my eye out on adventures this year.