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About Tim Kingfisher Imaging

Complete Connie

Thanks to the kindness of CoG, some much needed bits and pieces from Murphs Kits, parts from my local Kawi dealer Two Wheel Motorsport and an awesome Givi box and windshield from A Vicious Cycle, the Connie is finally back on her feet!The parts I needed consisted of your basic filters…

Bleeding Edges

Originally  posted on Dusty World in 2014... One of the reasons I've always enjoyed computers is because I tackle them like an engineering problem to be solved.  I'm less interested in using them as an appliance than I am as an experimental tool.  My interest in machines generally leans this way:…

Refresh 2

@banana29 got me thinking about the computer refresh going on at her school last week.  We're in the same  process at my school.In my case I'm the head of computers and trying to focus on keeping as many computers as possible in student hands. We waste a lot of machines…

BYOD: Build Your Own Device

Proof of mastery: you build your own tools.Perhaps we can work this Jedi logic into education?  Want to make use of educational technology?  Unless you've built it yourself you don't get free access, you haven't demonstrated competence!  Access to technology based on demonstrated understanding rather than the net income of…

Triumph ATLAK Meet Up

The day after my Kawartha Highlands Loop I made my way north into the fancy cottage country of the Muskokas looking for Triumph's ATLAK tour Southern Ontario stop.  It says Toronto on the poster, but Torrance is over two hours and two hundred kilometres north of that.   A chance to ride…

Dream Project Motorbikes

Some dream project bike builds...Stock (before)1970s Honda CB750 Cafe Racer ModI'd take the standard CB750, strip it down, refinish it and modify it into a cafe racer along the lines of this Dime City Cycle build.I'd modernize the pieces that need modernizing.  This isn't a period remake, it's about creating…

Changing Motorcycle Fork Oil

A three legged Tiger. Changing fork oil turned out to be pretty straightforward.  The most time consuming part is removing any niggly body panels so you can get at the forks themselves.   Make sure you loosen the top fork plug before you remove the forks as you need the…

West Coast Siren Call

I came up with the idea of setting up motorcycles down south in rental storage units to access over the winter a while back.  This is just the sort of thing I'd do if I had that kind of disposable money laying around. To set up San Francisco bike storage I'd…
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