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Wobblycat is an avid motorcyclist and freelance photographer specializing in motorsports photography. In the summer you’ll find him riding his 2007 Honda CBR1000RR or turning heads on his 2005 49cc Honda Jazz Scooter. His awesome wife Wigglycat also rides her 1993 Honda CBR 600 F2. Find @wobblycat on Twitter and Instagram.

Toyota i-Road: Why I Hate and Love it at the Same Time

Toyota i-Road

With 3 wheels, the Toyota i-Road is a zero-emission, electric combination motorcycle and car. Toyota is trying to create a new niche they call "urban mobility", combining "the convenience of a motorbike and comfort and stability of a car." If you can imagine a motorcycle with doors, a roof and a steering wheel, you pretty much have the Toyota i-Road. It has a top speed of 60 kph and can hold 2 people. Fully charged in 30 mins, the i-Road can travel 50 kms, but only at 30 kph. Each front wheel has its own electric motor (forward and reverse), while steering is accomplished by the back wheel. The driving experience is like a motorcycle as it leans into the corners.

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Why You Should Do Your Own Oil Changes

Honda CB 450 T

It was the beginning of my 2nd year owning and operating a motorcycle, a 1982 CB450T Hawk. Still in the honeymoon phase, I loved everything about it. I loved riding it, I loved the way it looked, and I loved working on it. It was the spring/early summer and according to the odometer, time to change the oil. I had done it twice before successfully so the third time would be a lot smoother. (as if!)

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