Vintage Revival Motorcycle Show of Orlando 2013

Red Hat 6.3 SSH Connection Delay

Noticed that there is a delay of about 10 seconds when connecting via SSH on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3. Basically an SSH connection to a Red Hat server freezes for a long time. Here is what I did to correct the situation:

# sed -i -e 's/#GSSAPIAuthentication no/GSSAPIAuthentication no/g'
-e 's/GSSAPIAuthentication yes/#GSSAPIAuthentication yes/g' /etc/ssh/sshd_config

# service sshd reload

American International Motorcycle Exposition in Orlando, FL, October 19, 2013

The first AIMExpo took place in Orlando, October 16-20, 2013. I went on Saturday with other buddy riders of mine and we had a great time looking at all the cool new bikes, vintage bikes, parts and accessories, vendors, exhibitions, test rides. Got to speak with representatives of really cool companies that I’ve ordered parts from.

For more info open

For Sale 1994 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-9R $2800 obo (SOLD)

1994 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-9R $2800 obo (SOLD 10/21/2013)

  • Kawasaki Ninja ZX-9R Supersport
  • 1994 model ZX900B
  • In perfect riding condition
  • 29K miles, 140+ hp, 204 mph (confirmed)
  • 10 sec 1/4 mile @ 130 mph
  • 3 sec 0-60 mph, 5.5 sec 0-100 mph
  • 6 gear hydraulic clutch


  • Custom color Kawasaki lime green
  • Custom paint white and purple flames
  • Custom lime green glowing windshield


  • Akrapovick racing exhaust with high flowing baffle
  • Dynojet 190 carburetor jets
  • Dynasty Performance foot pegs (raised for race cornering)
  • Racing fiberglass cowel


  • New tires: Bridgestone Battlax S20F Ultra-High Performance
  • New battery
  • New fuel line
  • New fuel filter
  • New oil change
  • New oil filter
  • New rear signal lights
  • New front mirrors with built-in signal lights
  • New brake pads
  • New spark plugs
  • New fuel petcock rubber
  • New rear shock nitrogen replacement
  • Air filter good for next two oil changes


  • 45-50 mpg, great performance bike and commuter, 3500 rpm goes 60mph on 6th gear
  • Can easily reach 100mph on 2nd gear if not carefull
  • Previous owner was clocked at 204 mph at Daytona International Speedway
  • Previously owned by an older motorcycle racer and collector
  • Bought and maintained by a motorcycle mechanic; myself
  • Been riding it to work every week for past couple of months
  • She’s fast and sounds great!
  • Can beat any new 600cc at take-off and beyond, guaranteed
  • Has excellent design and aesthetic beauty
  • Got many compliments, she’s sexy and turns heads.
  • Lots of torque and great power band
  • Very easy smooth shifting
  • Starts easy cold and without choke
  • Idles very steady at 1000 rpm
  • It’s all ready; just turn the key and go


  • Excellent power and acceleration
  • Excellent handling at very high speeds
  • Excellent cornering capabilities at high speeds
  • Excellent engine performance
  • Excellent stopping power
  • Excellent suspension
  • Extremely durable


  • Location: Orlando 32827, Lake Alfred 33850
  • Ride it and test it with cash in hand
  • Will provide open title and open bill of sale
  • Valid Florida title and registration in my name
  • $2800 obo cash only
  • For more information pictures and videos of this and other great bikes that I’ve sold visit
  • For any questions call or text anytime 954-849-4260

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  • My First Bike

    My First Bike Candy Wine

    My First Bike Candy Wine

    I loved my first bike. My first motorcycle was a 1988 Honda Shadow VLX. Also known as a VT600. It was a great bike. I call her Candy Wine. She was candy wine red in color. I rode her 8000 miles in 6 months.

    I should have never sold her. I will never forget her. She was my first motorcycle and you never forget your first. She was the best ride I ever had. I’ve had many bikes since. But Candy Wine was the first and best motorcycle experience and I can never forget that.

    I sold her one day, a year later. It was meant to be. I broke even. Two men took her away. A middle aged man and his 72 year old father came to see her. The old man spoke to me while his son was trying out the bike for him.

    Thinking of it, that time was spiritual. Here was an old man, and his son was helping him buy a good motorcycle. But at the same time I was helping my father fix his motorcycle; the same brand; I got my father into the fad.

    The old man spoke as his son rumbled by. He said his wife died 2 weeks ago. He cried a little as he said that and he dried a couple of tears with his handkerchief. He said riding a new bike with his son will calm his sorrow. He said he still has his first bike, a 1958 Harley Davidson. I often contemplate that moment when he said those things.

    Candy Wine went to a good home, to be ridden by a motorcycle rider from the 50’s, who loved his wive, who has a good loving son. The end was fair between Candy Wine and me. I will never forget her.