GEWICHT: 64 kg
Intime Dienste: Kuscheln, Videodreh, Klassischer Sex, Griechische Erotik (situationsbedingt), Sperma in den Mund
How big and heavy should a motorcycle be, that you want to travel the world with? Is it better to choose an older, used model that can be repaired in any workshop, or a newer one, that might let you down because of nearly unfixable issues with its electronic? Although my motorcycle career still seems to be in its infancy, I was able to gather some experience within the Not only from voluntary interest though:.
Shortly after I did my licenses and bought my first motorcycle I was already longing for something different. What exactly I required and hoped to find in my future motorcycle I did not know at that time. But countless test drives turned gradually out what I wanted — or rather: So here are my very subjective experiences and suggestions, that are of course based and influenced on my personal preferences.
And if you ask yourself: I believe that an unused look that is not disturbed by a year-long motorcycle history or love for some specific brands, certainly could recognize one or the other truth. Basically there is in fact only one premise that counts: So does it really make sense to spend money on a more recent motorcycle?
All the points of better reparability in damage cases cannot compete with the possibility of having simply less trouble with a newer motorcycle. I love motorcycling, not fine-tuning. As important it is to know your bike and to be able to handle the most common issues like flat tires or exchanging filters and break blocks a big thanks to Pit of Triumph Germany, who taught me everything I really needed to know patiently in one day , as less I have a real passion for them.
I rarely had any issues with the motorcycles I have been driving, so it was just not necessary to deal with most mechanical issues so far. Within the few months between my decision to do this trip and my departure, I just felt that even if I tried my hardest, I could not learn enough about an old motorcycles mechanic to start with it confident, knowing, that it sooner or later might have some issues.