It is almost the middle of the month and I have not posted anything. Work has been good. I guess with our gasoline prices near $3 a gallon, we are getting more people wanting to ride again, plus you cannot beat the San Diego weather.
I have over 3200 miles on the DR650 (in less than a 2 1/2 months) and have had no problems whatsoever with it. I changed the sprockets on the Qlink from 14/48 to 15/44 so now it runs a slower and more normal RPM at road speeds. It was geared very low for stock. I keep it down at the range mostly, so I can run errands during the week when I have my truck there. I have taken the other 3 bikes out this month, the Superhawk, the XS650E, and the XS750F and they are all fine. The Superhawk is still the torque monster and prone to wheelies even without trying, so I have to be very careful on it. Both of the old Yamahas have nothing but character and they are a pleasure to ride.
I installed some larger florescent lighting fixtures in the garage as when the heat of the summer comes, I will probably work more in the evening than during the day.
I am still looking for some pictures of a KZ750 (twin), a Cimatti 100 short tracker, and a stock KZ400.
Have a great month of June and remember, if you do not ride your motorcycle to work daily, then at least ride in on June 15th!