After the humidity of yesterday, today's ride home was a far more pleasant affair. It was still hot, but it was far less sticky. The bike is performing well and I find myself quickly getting used to riding it again both in and out of town On Monday afternoon I put about eight litres of fuel in the bike, which although wasn't brimming the tank, I felt it would be enough to get me through until Thursday afternoon. So you can imagine my surprise/shock/disbelief when the fuel light came on today. Thankfully, there is about four litres of fuel between the fuel light and vapours, so I knew I was okay. I'll fill up on the way into work tomorrow and I'll make a note of the amount of fuel the tank takes, mainly just to be sure that there's nothing wrong with the tank and fuel sensor following the rebuild
My name is Matt Brown and I'm a UK journalist formerly based in London, but now calling the South of England home. I've been riding bikes since 2007, but got hooked straight away. Nothing gives me the feeling of freedom, even when stuck in a city. In 2010 I became a RoSPA gold rider, but when it comes down to it, I'm Just a normal man, riding his bikes as often as he can.