Season 2009 was truly an amazing motorcycling experience. Yerevan started really getting on two wheels. A lot of riding events took place. New dealerships, motorcycling clubs and pubs opened!
As 2009 goes into history, it leaves only wonderful positive motorcycling memories. This was my most intense riding season, I put about 9000 kilometers on my odometer and I’m planning to do nothing less in 2010! During the rides there were of course wonderful friends and ridemates to share the joy and the most wonderful places and roads to discover and explore! And of course I blogged a lot!
On this I want to wish us all a very happy, a very exciting and a very passionate 2010. Let’s ride through it on two wheels and be safe, healthy and excited in doing so! Vroom!
Some of my memories from 2009 are in these pictures, and they are clickable too! Muah!
I am stuffed with a lot of exciting professional work (and personal life) lately + the season is gone, so One Hell of a Ride has gotten somewhat passive, but I have a lot of exciting posts coming!
Next in the queue is a Developing Country Resident’s Guide to Storing a CBF500 for the Winter, and while we are all holding our breaths for Season’10, we will get a little less tripey and a little more thinkey with writing!