to replace the 176 I (shouldn't have) let go of. Out of their 44mm offerings its one that screams Panerai to me. And Jocke, thank you for those amazing images! A Bad Santa you may be but a bad photographer you absolutely are not!
but its now been on a number fast and sporty back road rides so I think its safe. Sidewall would be a no brainer. Where this thing went in the rubber is the thickest and the tire had barely worn through its oily stage.... so, very new and quite thick... right there (especially in the center). Good l
Every time I photograph a black dialed watch reducing reflections seems to be the big challenge. Your fantastic image of that Lumior Marina is a wonderful example of using the watches reflective properties to best advantage! Wonderful shot of a sweet watch!
My motorcycle's tires (usually the rear) have been magnets for puncture producing debris. Once I rode from Big Sur to Pasadena (at least 300 miles) wondering why my new Yamie 900 Secca needed constant corrections to go in a straight line. Low rear tire pressure from a small nail was the reason. Here