Murphy’s laws of motorcycling:
1. If you put a new part on your bike you will immediately dump your bike, scratching up the new part. Always toss new parts in the dirt first before mounting on bike to prevent this from occurring.
2. If there is one hill that is so sketchy you absolutely never want to ride down, that is the hill where you will loop it climbing up.
3. Rear flats tend to happen in the following ambient conditions:
a. Over 95 F and no shade for miles.
b. Below 40 F and raining or snowing.
4. Corollary to rule 3: you can pop the bead on a rear tire with your bare hands at home in your garage, and nowhere else.
Rides: KLR650, KX250