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2012 Mazda5: It puts the “mini” back in “van”

If you think about it, most current "minivans" aren't. They're pretty huge, actually. The 2011 Toyota Sienna, for example, is 200.2 inches long, has a 119.3 inch wheelbase and weighs 4,275 lbs. It's a...

The Teardown Begins!

I've begun the process of disassembling my recently acquired 1974 Kawasaki S1 Triple and this is the first of what will hopefully be a running photographic and commentary account of the...

Debt by a Thousand Little Cuts….

In Medieval times, supposedly, there was a punishment called "death by a thousand cuts," designed to make the process as long and as painful as possible. In modern times, the state...

Freedom on the Roads

Noob who feels like going on a rant. I'm a bit of an old timer who remembers the days of relative freedom on the roads. Yep we had a quarter mile strip...

Restoring a Bike from Old America

The state of the country is depressing, so I decided to buy another motorcycle. The price was right - $50. And it's a "classic" - as every man tells his wife when...

2011: A DMV Odyssey

Big Brother's doing a bit more than just watching you these days. Remember the last time you got your driver's license renewed? You may recall the procedure for taking your picture was...

Making a New (or Just New to You) Bike Your Own

What are some common weak points of the "as it sits" new bike? And how do you go about making a bike right - for you? * Factory seats - The stock saddle...

2012 Acura TL: Cyrano de Bergerac Does The Fade-Away

The Acura TL is one of the more unusual cars in the mid-sized luxury-sport sedan segment. Not just its unusual looks, either. Take a peek underneath: On the one hand, it's a FWD-based...

Retro-review: 1967-’69 Chevy Camaro

Though nearly three years late to the field and playing catch-up from the start, the first Camaro more than made up for lost time with its good looks and power-happy triumvirate...

Over-insured America

I wish more people would stop to think about what making any product mandatory will necessarily do its cost - as well as to the “service” provided. If you can’t say...
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