Lifting your legs up and riding is a different level of fun .
Splashing water on the bikes next to you is even more fun , I remember doing that when I used to ride Honda Dio (without the front mud guard), in flooded roads of Bangalore during rainy days, one day I was chased by a few bikers whom I had splashed flood water on, luckily I fed away
Picture courtesy: @riding_yoga
"Can't take my eyes off this machine
Already Stole my Heart~
Restored to US spec:
Rebuilt once in 2005 and then with the below specs in 2017
Engine: US Spec heads, US spec 1st o/s cylinders on Woosner ceramic coated pistons (bored in the US), standard pin crank rebuilt by motocarrera, US spec clutch setup (with plates, o-rings etc.), US spec carbs, reeds, RDD digital CDI, pod filters. Oil pump functional
Others: New Pulsar 220 front disk setup, front fender off a 70s Honda, US spec switches, meters, silencers, rear mudguard, chain cover, indicators, Koito headlight, Stanley indicator lenses, US spec tail light assembly. All bolts replaced to Allen keys recently added hydraulic clutch set up": @brokenoldbiker
" The fatigue of a 4 day long ride from Delhi.
my bike’s worn out break-shoe and a malfunctioning carburetor.
All for what, Riding on the highest motorable road in the world?
I’ll do it again in a heartbeat ": @the_atanusaurus