"Biker" for me usually means motorbiking, though I also have a Marin mountain-bike...
My current motorbikes are a CBR600RR and a CBR600RW, both from Honda.
Previously I have owned: Honda VF750F, Yamaha FJ600, Suzuki GSX750EX, Yamaha FJ750, Yamaha XJ900, Kawasaki Z750 and I passed my riding test on my Kawasaki KH250.
See also my Motorbiking web links
At La tête du chien, Calanche de Piana
Capu Ghineparu (515 m.), Corsica
Calanche de Porto
Riding through the beautiful red rock and pine forest of the Calanches on the west coast of Corsica
Golfe de Porto, Corsica
Scandola peninsular, Golfe de Girolata, Corsica
Italian riders on a Ducati, Golfe de Girolata, Corsica
Beautiful scenery of Corsica’s Costa Rosso. An early (and misty) start to enjoy the last of the morning cool. our Italian friends ride it in such style, those are open-toe sandals! Then inland to glimpse the Cirque de Bonifatu.
Genoese bridge at Ota
Gorges de Spelunca (morning)
Yesterday was 100km on the Kawa Versys 650 on sealed roads you could take a car along. Now time to get deeper in to the beautiful Corsica scenery.
Casting off from Marseiile, black diesel from the ship’s funnels
Passing the entrance to Marseille Vieux Port at sunset
Dawn over Ajaccio, Corsica
Check-out ride from Ajaccio to see the Iles Sanguinaires
Chance meet with three Italians on KTM bikes, this was during my gear check ride on my “Home track”, the Col de l’Espigoulier (723 m.). We had a good chat at the side of the road: these three are from north-west Italy and are touring Provence with a van for their holiday.
I'm riding light for a week on the mountain roads of the Alps. No laptop, although I do have my SLR camera but photos will have to wait till I'm back in Marseille..
I left Marseille for a long ride north via the Col de la Croix Haute (1179 m.) to Saint-Gervais under Mont Blanc. A bit of rain towards the end of the day which cleaned the Provence dust off my white leathers and boots but didn't soak me through.