As the rainy season approaches, one of the biggest issues with the OGIO supermini tank bag is that it’s not waterproof. That’s a big problem when riding in the rain and the bag contains valuable items such as iPhone and wallet and the diet coke.
Similar to my article posted previously regarding the omission of SVN tools in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, it seems Apple have dropped the feature again on OS X 10.9 Mavericks. I’m beginning to think that the non-inclusion of the SVN tools is now the de facto standard, and will be missing on all future OS X versions.
There is always items you need to have in a vehicle for those just-in-case moments, not for everyday use, but something tucked away. For example, in our family car, we have an umbrella, a torch, and a basic first aid kit, similarly you’d carry some items which are essential when motorcycling.
My current pair of Corazzo Carbone gloves, which I bought back when I had my Vespa scooter, is beginning to fray on the index finger of the left hand glove near the seam. Started off with just a few strands, but gradually worsened, and now there’s a gaping hole and can see my finger when they’re on.
My new (second hand) motorcycle, the Honda CB400 Super Four.
Have seen a few riders in Perth sporting one of those action cameras affixed to their helmets, and I’m also subscribed to a few motor vloggers on youtube, such as LeadPin, Baron Von Grumble and Royal Jordanian, who all have some sort of action video cameras to record their footage, and so I thought to myself, why don’t I do that aswell.