Phoenix, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/02/2015 -- Gomick.com, a blog dedicated to providing information about motorcycles, was recently updated with a new article on Officine Rossopuro Moto Guzzi 1000 SP – 1980. Gomick.com was created by Mickey Suprayitno, a motorcycle enthusiast himself, to share interesting facts from the web related to motorcycles. The blog is regularly updated with restorations, modifications, tips and how to's and reviews of bike parts.
For many people, motorcycles provide a sense of adventure and freedom that very few vehicles can provide, a fact which has clearly been the inspiration for Gomick.com. The blog aims to bring together people with an interest in customizing their motorcycles to share their thoughts and ideas. Readers can find information about different make and models of motorcycles, from custom bikes to classic bikes, on this blog.
The latest motorcycle to be featured in the Custom section of the blog is Officine Rossopuro Moto Guzzi 1000 SP – 1980. According to Gomick.com, this bike was designed to give riders the most comfortable ride possible, especially on long road trips. The Officine Rossopuro Moto Guzzi 1000 SP – 1980 was, reportedly, very popular with tourists and many have compared it to the BMW R 100 RS. The bike has a twin cylinder engine, two carburettors and a split out 71 HP. With an electric start and a double cradle frame, the Officine Rossopuro Moto Guzzi 1000 SP – 1980 can go up to 125 miles per hour.
Gomick.com has a section named Unique in which the writer shares some of the things that have caught his fancy, such as the roadrunner helmet. This helmet features a snap on and off chinstrap and is especially very popular with riders who drive vintage motorcycles like choppers or bobbers. Furthermore, the blog also features a Tips section in which he shares various tips and ideas such as how a rider can make their own custom leather bike seat and how to stops carburettors from leaking.
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Gomick.com is a blog written by Mickey Suprayitno in which he discusses about motorcycles and shares tips and reviews.