Ladies and Gentlemen – Meet My Ride

I don’t know what it was that got me falling madly and passionately in love with the idea. There I was, a little shy girl – with no desire to be seen and known but inside my mind were wild dreams, wild ideas and wild imaginations. Never would anyone imagine the things that came out of a 10 year old’s mind. Nothing to be afraid of!!!

It was at that tender age of 10, that I knew when I grew up I would own one. What was not to love above the way the Motocross riders spun their wheels, performed death-wish stunts, rode and curved around those bends with their knees touching the ground and what was not to love about those big mighty machines with their engines roaring like ferocious ghastly beasts.

A Rider’s Heartbeat

What am I going on about? Well, MOTORCYCLES!!! It’s no secret that I am crazy about machines. There is a special place in my heart for Motorcycles or Motorbikes (if you may wish to call them). Infact it is so special that I took this love and swung into action and got one for my 35th birthday. Ladies and Gentlemen, meet my ride – “The Fortunate Stallion”.

The Fortunate Stallion”

The Fortunate Stallion” is a BMW 650 CC engine motorbike that was manufactured in 2001. He is a blue and silver grey stud that stands at a cool 820mm and weighs 200kg (with liquids included). He is a 5-speed gear transmission typer bike; with a horse power of 50 at 6500 raves per minute. He runs pretty fast that sometimes I have to remind myself to slow down and not get carried away.

I plan to travel a great deal of East Africa on this bike. My first trip might be a round trip around Lake Victoria with stops at the major towns around Lake Victoria.

I’d love to ride with female riding groups both here and in other countries. I dream of riding for good causes and creating awareness. I hope to become a full member of the Uganda Bikers Association. I am looking forward to it all.

Lady Angie – My riding Muse. A great soul!
Part of the Uganda Bikers Association; that I hope to become a member
Out with my Tutors and riding Mentors; Picho (L) and Johnny (R)

Why do I ride? I ride because it makes me happy!

20
Leave a Reply

avatar
12 Comment threads
8 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
13 Comment authors
Anita KomukamaQataharwalterFalasicoJude Recent comment authors
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Rhose Bikundi
Guest
Rhose Bikundi

I love ur ride. It’s very cool. Why do u call it “He” 😃😃

Joanne Katushabe
Guest
Joanne Katushabe

Wow. A dreamer that does something about their dream. YESU ASIIMWE

Marion
Guest
Marion

Wow, beautiful.

Emmanuel
Guest
Emmanuel

Interesting read and that you got to get your childhood dream

Biggie
Guest

Eh….. You should get a role in Fast & Furious

Picho
Guest
Picho

Wow, that is a great bike. You need to lean one day .

Ivan Kanyike
Guest
Ivan Kanyike

I love you Komukama, but I have seen things. I have seen knees shuttered. If you are interested I can share pictures. Be very careful with the Bike. Ugandan drivers intentionally get in your way.

Peace Tusasirwe
Guest
Peace Tusasirwe

Go Anita Go Anita. Soar and shine like you were created to be. So happy for u.

Jude
Guest
Jude

Great inspiration this one. I too will get there

Falasico
Guest

Your adrenalin dreams are valid. Let’s do a crossfit Bike/Landy thingy for this Lake Victoria thingy.

Shalom ☺

walter
Guest

I really want one of these but the person in my life has refused me to prosper

Qatahar
Guest

When I see bikes, I see fear – my fear mostly. I see thrill and impending danger. I don’t see bikes as adventure and caress. Fortunate Stallion might be the channel in which I channel my fears away.

Glad to meet him. I hope he keeps you intact at all times with him and I hope he shows you the wonders and marvels of this world.