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Motorgrapher last won the day on December 31 2020

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About Motorgrapher

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  • Birthday 12/25/1980

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    Suzuki Hayabusa Gen 1, Ducati Supersport S 2019

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  1. Finally got hold of the Lego Technic Ducati V4R set as a christmas / birthday gift for myself last year! After purchasing, I just left it aside as I was too caught up some projects. Then one day, not sure if it is a Sunday, my wife suggested to fit it up together, it was 10 pm at that time and we both thought it will be just a quick fix and it ends up being quite a mess and a long time of figuring this out. In this video, I will share 3 tips to make your assembly experience more pleasant and of course with fun! Here's the link if you are interested in getting one! https://www.lego.co
  2. Yes I've tried. The wheel roller dont work for my bike because its heavy. I tried it on my hayabusa. The bike has to be a little more upright to use it. As for jack stand, do you mean paddock? Currently the method I show in the video so far is the only one I deemed the safest as when your bike is jacked up, its just learning slightly towards your side stand so your bike won't fall over but that is if your bike side stand is in good condition and not those type without a base. Those types are risky even for normal parking use, I feel.
  3. Recently it has been raining heavily and the worse part is that it has been so unpredictable. You can check your weather app, then you thought it is NOT going to rain, and bam! A surprise rain pour falls on you.. it's worse when you do not have any spare clothes and you have an important meeting to attend to. So in this video, I share an alternative cheaper and more portable raincoat solution that was shared by a good friend of mine, so you can be well prepared in all weathers of Singapore. This is not a sponsored video by Decathlon but good stuff had to be shared! Here are the l
  4. Lubricating your chain can be such a hassle in Singapore. Especially when your HDB (Housing Development Board) home and your multi story carpark is far away but without a proper chain maintenance, you will end up paying for more chain replacement, have unnecessary broken chain on the road which can compromise your safety, or just wasting more petrol as your engine has to push as your chain are smooth in cycle. In this video, I share how I lubricate my chains both on my sports bike (Ducati Supersport S) and street bike (Honda Super 4 C400 Spec 1). Here are the links of stuff
  5. Thank you and will do my best ! Thanks and Happy New Year!
  6. This will be the last video for 2020 and thank you guys for all your support, both offline (On the Roads) and online! So sorry for such a long delay to my next video as I was so held up with stuff after I get hitched, I will do my best to give you the best content that can help in your riding experience. Everyone starts as a new rider, and when I was new, I have not much people to turn to, so this is why I started this channel to help and share my experience and tips too! BIKE REVIEWS, GEAR REVIEWS, TIP & HACKS I Use to have a great riding experience all in here!
  7. For our instalment of Built Not Bought Series, we meet Bart, your friendly neighbourhood airbrusher, who is taking this art form to the next level. Sharing about his early days, to his love and passion for airbrushing. We find out what makes TBRN Designs the go-to place for your custom paint job on your next motorcycle project. Like what we are doing and want more content? Tell us what you think and recommend in the comments below! For more information on Bart, check out: TBRN Designs Instagram: http://bit.ly/TBRNIG TBRN Designs Youtube Channel: http://bit.ly/TBRNYT TBRN Designs
  8. Just to share a little more of my ride and why I choose it? Who knows? You might also be the next Hayabusa owner too! So what is it that I like about the haya? Well, Comfort, power when I need it and easy to maintain I would also want to extend my appreciation to my good friend and Airbrusher (TBRN Designs : https://www.instagram.com/tbrndesigns/) for retouching up my ride and custom designed my helmet for me. Will be sharing more about him in my next entry!
  9. Thank you and glad that you like my videos!
  10. haha... it is during the calendar shoot in 2015, 5 years back ! but she don't look old now either !
  11. Do you know there are actually quite a fair number of female riders around! Just to share one of my Behind The Scenes shoot out in my studio, and I am sure you will notice a very familiar face, Candy (Founder of Candy Motor) when she was still riding her Yamaha R15!
  12. Just to take you behind the scenes of what I shoot for a living, here's one of them ! Thanks to my crew for helping me out on the behind the scenes video! Enjoy!
  13. Motorgrapher Proudly Presents: Live To Ride - another addition to our series of motorcycle related content. This time we take you up to speed with riders and their rides! Featuring Hafiz & Amirah and their nostalgic 1979 Vespa P150 Like what we are doing and want more content? Tell us what you think and recommend in the comments below! Special thanks to Hafiz & Amirah for spending their day with us! CREDITS: CAMERA OPERATOR » Zach Tessensohn VIDEO EDITOR » Zach Tessensohn COLOR & MASTER » Zach Tessensohn PRODUCER » Barry Seah All necessary permissions were acquired for the sh
  14. Due to Singapore humid and unpredictable weather, when there is rain and sun, our motorcycles tend to rust especially when not everyone has a sheltered carpark to park in. In this video, I share what I do every week for all my bikes to keep it in good shape for the roads and for this video, I am using my Honda CB400 Spec 1 to explain!
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