Articles Posted in the " Lieback Corner " Category

  • Post-Surgery Motorcycle-Less Syndrome

    Post-Surgery Motorcycle-Less Syndrome

    Lieback’s Corner (#11) / 8.1.2011

    Throughout my 31 years, only two incidents prevented me from piloting a motorcycle for extended periods of time – a rod in the femur (car accident, ‘94) and some ripped and torn ligaments in my throttle thumb (street motorcycle accident, ‘09).

  • Renewed Romance: Honda CBR929

    Renewed Romance: Honda CBR929

    Lieback’s Corner (#7) / 6.17.2011

    With June halfway over, my plans for purchasing a 2011 Ducati 848EVO by summer have suddenly vanished. Well, unless I hit the lottery by the Summer Solstice this Tuesday. But since I no longer play the lottery, this is 100-percent doubtful thinking.

  • Motorcycles, Rain & Prisoners

    Motorcycles, Rain & Prisoners

    Lieback’s Corner (4) / 5.20.2011

    For the past seven days it did nothing but rain here in Northeastern Pennsylvania. There were peaks of sun on certain days, but dark clouds quickly swallowed this brightness, spitting endless streams to the ground.

  • Lieback’s Corner: A Welcome Note

    Lieback’s Corner: A Welcome Note

    Lieback’s Corner (#1) / 4.29.11

    I’ll be honest. I’m sick of some blogs in the motorcycle industry, and hearing a bunch of garbage from people who have no passion for two wheels. Actually, I’m sick of blogs in general; most of them give weak minds a venue to vent.

    One word throttles into mind: boring.