Now that I’m back in town, it’s time to let the bike sit on the battery tender so it’ll start up later.

Before it had just given me the trying to start clicks after sitting for a bit.

I turned the key today and there was nothing. I’m pretty sure the issue is just a drained battery.

This means I have more incentive to upgrade the Nighthawk’s battery now!

I went to the garage to start it up for the first time in 2 weeks.

I turned the key, it lit up, then hit start and I’m guessing a fuse popped.

I’ll need to put it on a tender and check the fuses. Not right now, though, it would make me late for work. #bikerproblems ? Lol

BikeBanditCom Is Not Mobile FriendlyIf you’re using an iPhone, Android, or other smartphone and don’t often use a computer, you’re not alone. Most people are going to browse for things on their phone; I know I’ve got Amazon’s app open more often than I should.

Having a mobile-ready site is important, especially today with so many mobile users. Google has a pretty cool resource to see how mobile-friendly a website is. I have some work to do myself.

I’ve tried to order parts on BikeBandit.com using my phone and I’ve only ever been frustrated to the point of quitting.

When will BikeBandit get their act together and get a mobile friendly site? It’s the way people need sites now. How much business do they lose because of this?