I had to get an interview with Paul after I saw him rocking a sweet Corbin seat on his 2012 Royal Enfield Desert Storm. I had no idea Corbin made a RE seat, very cool! If the stock seat is hurting the ol’ biscuit, then check out Corbin’s.
Once we sat down for an interview I got to find out a little bit about Paul’s riding style and how he likes the bike so far. “No dislikes! It reminds me of a bike I had in the 60’s, except this one runs all the time”. I love getting to hear stories from riders in 60’s and 70’s. “When I was a kid, my friends and I would go where the road ends. A lightweight bike with a lot of low end torque was ideal for the gravel, mud, and creek beds. When we were young, we were pretty stupid, Steve McQueen kind of shit!”. I wish I could have been there for some of that riding!
The beauty of owning a Royal is that it reminds you of your first motorcycle while having the reliability of a brand new fuel-injected bike. When I asked Paul to describe the Royal Enfield in one word, he said “outrageous”! “The best part of owning my Royal is that it makes me feel like a kid again”- couldn’t have said it better myself.
Keep on riding that time machine buddy!