MOTOGIRL 'in' THAILAND

Ducati Splatty – Slippy Slide / Loss of Pride ^^

“..quick question – would you be interested and available for a small photoshoot next week? I need to take some images of the Ducati desert sled for Kevin from Dart motors.” – Project brief: easy trails and dirt. Nothing extreme. Ooh, new bike to try! Sounded great. I explained about not being confident on dirt, but was willing to give it

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Honda Safety Riding Park – Experienced Dirt Riding Course

On Sunday 14th May 2017, I attended my third dirt-bike training session at Honda Safety Riding Park. Previously I did the BASIC course dirt twice, before going on to do the Experienced dirt course. (BASIC dirt course write-up HERE) 9am – 4pm HOT SEASON.   ………Hot! Hot! Hot! Feeling both nervous and excited I headed off to the riding park

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Giddy Up: My Bike & Gear…

I’ve been asked a few times about what bike I ride and the gear I wear, so figured would be easier if I just write up about it. I’ve been meaning to for some time now…so here goes. *Update: I now have new boots – Forma Adventure*   #1: Jacket: Komine JK-053 armoured mesh – ladies cut. 5000 baht (around 145

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Honda Safety Riding Park – Basic Dirt Riding Course x 2

HONDA OFFER BOTH ON ROAD AND OFF ROAD COURSES. PRICES and COURSE details near to the bottom of the page. *UPDATE* I took the basic dirt course a second time, details and update on round 2 after the round 1 write up. Some months back on the main 118 highway I noticed the Honda Safety Riding Park sign. Pretty hard

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Review: Yamaha MT-07 (FZ-07)

This review was initially intended as a video review, but my mic placement was off, so is in written form instead (with some video footage at the end of the article). *WARNING!* I’m not so “savvy” with the tech-speak, so keep that in mind.. The Yamaha MT-07 / FZ-07 has garnered a lot of attention. It is a torque-y 689cc

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Buying a Motorcycle Helmet. Finding the Right Fit

I strongly advocate quality approved full-faced helmets that fit correctly. You will find out why further down.. Quality of helmets in Thailand vary, and many will wear helmets that are the safety equivalent of a plastic bucket on your head. Its a personal choice and years ago my personal choice was not to worry about helmets much. I came to

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