The Brain Bucket

Rider Diaries, Harley Davidson, Kawasaki, Yamaha

Cait Maher's Moto Guzzi and Yamaha // Touring and Off-Roading

by Kelly Kozakowski

Why did you choose your Moto Guzzi V7 Rough and Yamaha TW200?
Well I actually have 4 bikes right now. I still have my first bike, a vintage
Kawasaki, as well as a '71 Harley Davidson Aermacchi as a project. The Moto Guzzi V7 Rough I've had about 2 years or so, and I chose that because I live for long distance touring but have a hard time managing 'traditional' touring bikes because of their size. I picked up the Rough when it was new and turned it into the touring bike I'd always wanted! 

Rider Diaries, Kawasaki, Yamaha

Don't Be a Squid // Phoenix Rider's Kawasaki Ninja 400 and Yamaha Bolt

by Kelly Kozakowski

How did you get into riding motorcycles?
I grew up in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A very overcrowded city with millions of motorcycle roaming around the city. I was initiated with motorcycle riding at an early age by my cousin who had
Honda CB125. Back in the early 90s, a 125cc seemed like a big bike, and I was 12 years old. Before that, I rode bicycles since I was 5, owned motorized trikes, and had a mini-moto. My dad owned a Suzuki supermoto. I always had a fascination with motorcycles and MotoGP. At 15 I moved to Sydney, Australia. A city with a big motorcycle culture due to hot weather, and very mild

Rider Diaries, Kawasaki

Go For It // Kawasaki Kitti's Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Kawasaki ZX-10R

by Kelly Kozakowski

Why did you choose your Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Kawasaki ZX-10R?
I have always wanted to ride but I have super-protective parents. Once I was old enough and saved enough money, and heard my sister had bought her first bike, I bought Yuki, my
Ninja 300 in 2017. I had done some research and read that she was a good beginner bike and she was a pretty white color that I loved. I didn’t actually know anyone close that was currently riding, it was just something I’ve always wanted to do. When I got Hikari, my Kawasaki ZX-10R more recently, it was because all my riding friends I have today encouraged me to go bigger, said I was ready for it, and I wanted to match Unknown Rider’s ZX-10R.