This bike has amazing unique 3 cylinder motor — its kind of like the best of v-twin torque and inline-4 smooth power delivery. The sound is intoxicating when you open it up on a freeway — sounds like Formula 1 with a turbo. You hear a whistle and intake noise, and 2 tones from exhaust. Each 1000 rpm increment is the next key (like on a piano). So, if you’re a musician you can know exactly what rpm you’re in without looking at the tach. Super stable at higher speeds with telepathic steering. I am pretty psyched!
Ran into my parents as I was leaving the climbing gym.
Taking my bro’s Harley Nightster for a spin in Spokane. Its freezing outside!
I like the feel of this bike — its heavy, but very manageable due to low center of gravity. Sounds great too.
Small, light, 1200 cc v-twin engine, all black! Its a mix of European cafe racer styling and retro American look.
Super light, tons of torque, handles like a mountain bike!
Mt. Rainier, camp Muir — Jonna, Jamie, and Dmitry:
Beautiful girl on a beautiful bike
Check out this vid of my friends and me dancing in lo fi:
Check out my friend Fredo’s video:
Today was so much fun! My friend Kevin and I drove to Bremerton Motorsports Park for a full track day with Porsche Club to practice slalom, skidpad, accident avoidance, figure 8, autocross and open events.
Getting ready for autocross event.
Kevin’s white Carrera 4, and my Evolution MR.
It started to rain! AWD is so much fun on a slippery road.
Dancing with Free and Orbitron (Circle of Fire crew), and other local bboys at club “LO_FI” (Seattle):
Orbitron is freestyling on the second half of the video.
Listen to 4:23
“… great to see release – my man goes
Dmitry is in the circle — he spins and let goes
with the palm on a hand over jacket
grant stand I can grand slam when I got here
Tip the beat, rock and nod, spot the block, till I get off to my forehead
Ya’ll know where its at, ya’ll spin on a hat …”
My ankle is feeling much better! I can finally start dancing again!!!
I was uploading our climbing movie project and found this video of me on youtube. I think it was shot by UW students for studying dynos?
What do you guys think? Should I keep the stock wing, take it off, or get a little “trunk lip” for my car?
So, here is a picture of my car (first pic). I think the stock wing is kinda big and silly, but it is functional … if I am taking 90-degree corners at 160 mph.
This car isn’t meant to be “pretty” — its all purely functional. But I think taking a wing off might make it look more subtle.
Jackie Chan loves EVOs (Mitsubishi Evolution) and owns all generations of them (which is 1 through 10). Most of his movies have an Evo chase seen – watch “Who am I”, “Thunderbolt”). As you know, he does his own stunts and most of he is also a great driver.
Today was one of those memorable days I’ll always remember! My bboy crew, “Flovolution” performed at Big Easy for the RedBull “Flight Club” theme party. We shared the stage with breakers from Tri-Cities, and the “Circle Of Fire” (Seattle). Crazy Legs was there too, but he didn’t perform. Everyone was pretty sore from his workshop a day before. The Red Bull and Big Easy kindly provided us with Davenport hotel rooms, hats …
I got to teach a hip hop / footwork class tonight because my buddy Shanner was gone. Heard some great news … “Crazy Legs” of the Rock Steady Crew is going to be teaching a workshop at our dance studio (Simply Dance). I am pretty psyched about it. This guy pretty much invented breaking, windmills … etc.