Introduction: What This Blog Is All About

3 girls on a Dnipro motorcycle

Hi everyone! Let me introduce myself (the first phrase we are taught on English lessons here in Ukraine 🙂 ). My name is Alex and I’m a proud owner of Dnipro MT10-36 motorcycle. Well, actually, there is little left from a standard Dnipro MT in my bike, but still it’s the same motorcycle. Riding my motorcycle is a real passion of mine, and now, when it’s almost winter here in my country and I have to wait several months for a new biking season to start, I decided to create this blog and expand my passion to a completely new level (the worldwide one).

Important: I’m not a native speaker. English is not even the second language of mine, so, obviously, I may and I will make mistakes, use wrong words, etc. Anyway, if you find some mistakes or if some terms in my posts will sound strange or senseless to you, please do contact me and let me know about this. Help me make this website useful for other bikers.

As you can see, lots have been changed and upgraded in my MT motorcycle to make it ride better, and I want to describe all those improvements in my posts for others to learn from my experience. I’m sure those of you who own cossack motorcycles know perfectly how huge pain in the ass those bikes can be. This fact makes most people think “those motorcycles are nothing but old broken pieces of crap”. Indeed, the design of those bikes hasn’t been updated for a long time and even has a number of engineering issues and it’s next to impossible to find high quality spare parts, not to mention the fact, that lots of Dnepr and Ural bikes that are sold in the US, Canada and other Western countries are used ones. Yet, if taken care properly, these bikes will be as reliable as a well-known AK-47 (it might not be as accurate as M4, but it works no matter what). I really hope my knowledge of flat engine motorcycles (Dnepr, Ural, K-750) will save at least some of you guys from possible problems when dealing with those bikes.

One more thing I want to dedicate my website to is a common superstition that Dnepr and Ural bikes are “standard old-fashioned motorcycles with sidecars”. In fact, it’s far from being so. Yes, all those bikes have the same “60-year-old” design when they leave the factory line, but the situation changes drastically when they get to customizers. These bikes are truly universal and there are lots of wonderful examples of them being rebuilt into choppers, bobbers, endure and even sport bikes! To prove my words and to arouse your interest in cossack bikes I dedicated a separate category here on the website to such custom bikes.

These are the goals I’ve set to this website and myself, but I’m sure more of them will appear with time. As for possible problems, so far, the biggest issue I can think of when running the website is that it will be rather problematic to find high quality images for all the posts I will make. The good news for you guys is that rather than using low quality images I plan to use high quality images of hot chicks. Yeap, those photos gonna be irrelevant to the posts, but who cares as long as the girls are HOT!

Alex White
Alex White
I'm just a guy who values 3 things in life: girls, bikes and freedom. I get them all with my custom-built Dnipro MT. Cossack motorcycles are truly unique and reliable bikes if being treated right, and I decided to create this blog and share my vast experience and love for cossack bikes with other bikers all over the world. Need my help or advice? Contact me via skype or email.

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