Bearhawks…RIDE!!

I know this has nothing to do with sport but, after a good six weeks or so of searching and stressing out, I have finally found AND PURCHASED my first motorcycle! No longer am I a founding member of Bearhawks Motorcycle Club…without a bike…

The elongated wait and huge amount of inconvenience has all been worth it, however. I have found what it just about the perfect bike for me.

A 2005 Suzuki VL125 INTRUDER , it ticks every box I had in mind. It’s black (very important), it’s a cruiser, it’s a 125cc engine (the only thing I can legally drive), it’s in mint condition, it has only done 1066 miles and it was reduced in price to just about meet my budget!

I found it online this morning (when I woke up in Hammersmith), so I drove to Chesham to see it and bought it there and then, along with some leathers and general protective gear so I don’t…y’know…die.

All that’s left to do is take to the open roads and be AWESOME!

About the Author
Ed Gamester is a silly man who lives in the United Kingdom. He is the harbinger of Ghost Squad, singer of Gay Bum and author of A Rum Run Awry. He fights, kills and dies for TV and films, and gallivants around the place wrestling, drinking and lifting things for glory and profit. Where Ed treads, there stamp the boots of the Guild. Ed does not wear glasses, but feels this photograph makes him look more intelligent and artistically talented than he is. Feel free to contact him: he is disappointingly affable.

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  1. John Reply

    Nice site 🙂

    • murorga Reply

      Thanks John! Pity this particular Bearhawk is no longer 🙁 Still, will be back on the road in no time! Thanks for checking the site!

  2. David Reply

    Good choice – the VL125 Truder is the last of the “man-size” learner legal V twin cruisers. Narrowly tips the Yamaha 125 XVS in the looks stakes.

    • murorga Reply

      Thanks David! I actually had my heart set on a Honda VT125 – the Shadow. Sadly, a couple of bike dealers really let me down. When I found this one in perfect condition with 1200 miles on the clock, I couldn’t turn it down 🙂 Alas, somebody smashed into the side of it 11 days later and wrote it off! I’ve had it repaired now and, to be honest, it’s nice to not be so precious about it these days.

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