How the Lawnmower became Version 2.1? Things in the bike department were also adding to my woes while this was all going on in the background.
I was not in a good place in life throughout most of 2015, and into early 2016. My world was falling apart, and mostly all out of my control. Home life, family life, work life, friendship break downs, relationship woes – the works. All going down the gurgler in front of my eyes. Panic andContinue reading “Where the adventure REALLY started”
One too heavy, one too slow, but one juuuuuuust right. Once upon a time there was a little girl named Valvoline. This little girl was far from blonde, and definitely not called Goldilocks. This little girl swapped from walking in the forest, to riding on two wheels. But pretty soon, she realized she needed somethingContinue reading “Goldilocks and the three bikes”
The time came that I was able to go from my P’s to my Open unrestricted license and eventually the lack of power of the CB250 just got too much to be able to bear. It was time. The search was on, not just on my behalf, but it was occupying the minds of quiteContinue reading “Big Girl’s Bike”
They say your first bike is your first love. ❤️ Something v special, which will be the formative years you the rest of your riding journey. When I was looking to buy a bike after getting my license, a lot of people were telling me to get the fastest bike I was legally able onContinue reading “My first metal love”
My memory is pretty shoddy at the best of times. However one of the earliest memories that I have was me grabbing on the side of a wire metal shopping basket, zooming around the block, wide-eyed and wind in my hair, of a neighbour’s Vespa. I must have been no older than 2 years old,Continue reading “Where it all started”
Hola!! I’m a Spanish vertically challenged (1.48cm / 4 foot 11) rider, with: The energy of a lizard’s cut tail, The passion of a Spaniard at MotoGP, As annoying as a flea in the ear, With the love for biking as Kayne West loves himself. Looking at the motolife through a cheap camera and vertically-challengedContinue reading “About”