Following on from the last MX400 post, which was about the great YouTube feature on the 999Lazer channel, there’s been a bit more recognition for the bike and brand, and namely in two very high profile UK magazines. The first one being the TMX (Trials and Motocross News) publication. This
I’ve written this post in a Q&A stylee as that’s exactly what I’ve had from people when they’ve heard that I got this bike, so here goes…… Q: Why has it taken so long to buy a Brit’ bike? A: Hmmmm, at school, kids were either ‘Jap-crap lovers’ or ‘Brit’-oil-leaker
Firstly, and as in the usual format, you get the story first with all of the links at the end of this post, so read on…… I consider myself a bit of an ambassador for my MX400 as well as Cannondale the company and brand. My passion for the MX400
I’m going to cover a number of things in this post regarding my ongoing life with an MX400, so here goes with the list: THE ON/OFF SWITCH – Having to remove and replace the main fuse that keeps the bike ‘electrically live’ scored really highly on the ‘hassle-ometer’, so I’ve
I did the 2022 edition of the Race the Waves beach race for the first time on my ’78 Bultaco Sherpa, and you can read about that event in the link at the bottom of this post. Such was the fun, I also signed up for the 2023 event as
If you’re wondering what happened to Part 1 of this Tri-Duro mini series, the link is at the bottom of this post. Now, here’s a definition (mine to be specific) of my new term, Tri-Duro; A motorcycle that is a hybrid of both a trials bike and an enduro bike.
If you’re not familiar with the title of this post, then let me explain. It’s the title of a great song that was released in July 1979 by Ian Drury and The Blockheads, who were an eclectic band to say the least. The song is basically a ‘shopping-list song’. It