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I was recently stuck on a curb in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (everyone there still calls it Saigon). My objective, a restaurant where my husband and my lunch awaited me, stood on the opposite side of the street. I could see the food, smell it and, if you know me, you’ll realize I had built up quite an appetite.

With the passage of time, Japan has come to the forefront in a big way as the country that comes up with the best bikes in the world. Right now, Kawasaki, Honda or Yamaha are the rage. Despite the immense popularity of these bikes, the good old Harley Davidson still remains the king of motorcycles and the undying symbol of machismo.

You would like to have a good helmet, jacket and riding shoes/boots at a minimum. Customising these is up to you, if you’ve got the cash and wish to go all out. Some of the great custom parts and accessories you will want to check out for your bike are fenders, edges and seats. Each of these is really conspicuous and will have heads turning as you cruise by on your cycle. The seat is one of the most helpful customizations you can make. Many bike seats that come stock on bikes are not very comfortable comfortable to sit in for over some miles, so comfort is an absolute must. You will also desire to find a seat that fits not only your personal style but the style of your bike. It is highly recommended that you see a seat mounted on a bike to see how it is before deciding.

Under the hood you will find a 2.5L, 4-cylinder DOHC gas engine that uses the Atkinson cycle, an improvement from the outgoing 2.4L engine. The improvements can also be found in the 156 horsepower and 156 lb.-ft. of torque it produces. It won’t be turning heads as you drive by, but in normal mode it can surprisingly takeoff quickly. Most impressive was the seamless transition between the electric and gas rally.

So the blast is one thing. For me, it is just not comfortable to be riding with that wind buffeting me. Plus, at times when we have traded bikes for a while, I’ve ended up with my eyes running so badly from the wind in my face that I’ve been almost blinded. Maybe wrap-around sunglasses would help that, I don’t know.

One thing I really liked was a simple thing. When John Connor is almost finished fighting the Terminator T800, it scrapes his leftside face, scarring him. This is along the lines of the original film’s future flashes. All actors playing older John Connor have the scars.

Handling doesn’t seem to be the Camry’s strongest feature, as I felt most of the bumps on patchy road conditions. Additionally, the nose doesn’t straighten itself out that smoothly on sharp corners, but at the same time that’s not why you buy a Camry.