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My dad was in the Coast Guard, so I was raised up and down the East Coast but spent most of my life in the Philly suburbs. I rode quads and dirtbikes when I was younger then took the MSF when I was 17 and bought myself the quintessential starter bike: a Ninja 250. My mom was disappointed with the choice because she worked for the Harley plant in York, PA at the time. It was a great bike, and I beat the hell out of it, later graduating to a Ninja 500.
I got very into tinkering and fixing my bikes and always loved the style of vintage bikes and 2 stroke machines. I like to restore and customize late 60's-80's Japanese and small displacement Euro bikes, currently working on my 1968 Suzuki S32 and my race-built JC Penney Swinger 2 moped with a 70cc 45mm over-bored cylinder.
Now my daily rider is a Triumph Scrambler 900 with quite a bit of work on it, which I use to commute year-round. I love anything on two wheels and will have fun riding and racing until I'm not able to anymore.
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- Nickname: Eric
- Riding Style: Vintage, Standard
- Riding Since: 2003
- Main Ride: 2013 Triumph Scrambler
- Ride History: 00 Ninja 250, '01 Ninja 500, '13 Triumph Scrambler 900, '68 Suzuki S32, '63 Yamaha YL1, '82 Hona Mb5, '78 JcPenny Swinger II, '87 Kawasaki 550 ltd, '97 Tomos Targa, '78 Motomorina Seabring, '78 Puch Magnum MK II, '75 Yamaha DT100, '77 Kawasaki KE250B, '78 Suzuki TS125, Honda Trail CT70
- Top Brands: Merlin, REV'IT!, Knox