I know I haven't post any updates lately, but I was busy with other things. Like making a knife... more about it here And now for something completely different, a bike. I did a round trip of 1500km from Poznań to Munich, via Prague. I went there to see a bicycle show, which was so-so, but the road was great. Specially with a good soundtrack, like this one: <object width="619" height="464"><param name="movie" value="//www.youtube.com/v/qRKNw477onU?version=3&hl=en_GB"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="//www.youtube.com/v/qRKNw477onU?version=3&hl=en_GB" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="619" height="464" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true"></embed></object> And here are the pics: That sums up Prague In a true Hardcore Clean And Sober Bikers For Jesus fashion I installed sockets to charge my ancient GPS and iPhone on the road. Took me like 2 hours to install everything and upon finish it turned out, that the GPS was broke anyway and didn't come to life at all. But at least I had a chance to use my new leather army surplus map holder. You might notice the the stock square light is back on. Apparently it's not legal to ride with a broken lamp held by a piece of electrical tape. The Man from MOT didn't quite convince me, but I needed the stamp. I went to my friend to borrow his glass, as he had the same small round lamp as I. The key word in this sentence is "had", as I dropped it trying to install it. You don't have to imagine how shameful and hopeless I felt. That was the moment I reminded myself that I had thrown away my stock square lamp a week earlier, as my father insisted on cleaning up our garage, which was designed for one car, and now it holds that car, plus more than 10 bicycles, winter sports gear, all the tools and some spares for my motorbike and my brother's VW Beatle. That reminder only added the to overall despair, but my friend came thru with a rescue, as he still had his stock FT lamp. The windshield I aslo got from him. It was lying around in his garage, unwanted and broken in few places, missing a bit. I gave it all the love and care and epoxy glue I could find and it rewarded me gratefully during the trip. Of course it won't be the standard part of the scrambler setup and it will be off while I'm not trippin'. The lamp will have to go as well. I'm not sure I'll buy the same small one again, I didn't quite like the proportions it had with the bike. Maybe I'll adapt a lamp from a MZ 2-smoke, which are midsize, cheap and plentiful here in the Eastern Europe.