racking.

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snow & ice.

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kronreif & trunkenpolz mattighofen.

mattighofen is a small rural community in upper austria, not too far away from where i was born & grew up. it seems surprisingly remote, given how densely populated austria is on the whole, and it isn’t really connected to any of the main arteries that cross the country. arriving there, it appears no more…

ballroom blitz.

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rust.

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bridge over not much water 2.

a bridge really needs strong foundations (check: granite) and a tough structure (got that, pretty strong timber), but it also requires a surface – otherwise crossing it because a little tedious. i admit the structure is probably not really bal 29 fire rated, but with a fire rated surface it should still be fairly safe.…

consequences.

john wick said it best: consequences. you may remember we recently did a little work (we cannot speak about precisely what incredibly complicated engineering and expensive tooling this involved for fear of enticing otherwise innocent but absolutely not internet-savvy teenage boys of trying something similar) to unleash the beast that is the tt-r 250. we…

freedom!

freedom is such a loaded word. the ‘home of the free’ comes to mind, the place many thought of as the shining city on the hill until, on closer inspection, it became clear that it’s really a dumpster fire. they are big on freedom over there: the freedom to tell those who are not quite…

250 reasons.

it’s been a while since i sold my last dirt bike. i was planning to remain dirt-bike-free while i was going to be busy growing old, but, as we have seen before, plans change. to be fair, i wasn’t looking to buy a dirt bike for myself (although i admit, as soon as i swung…