well the summers gone, and I hope she’s feelin’ the same

Well, I’m a crazy man and I’m playin’ my crazy game. First time I rode on a street bike, 24 years ago I listened to this on a cassette tape on a knockoff walkman. I remember leaving LA, wondering if I would like this thing and by barstow I knew I was kin with this […]

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Rachel, Beatty and Rhyolite Nevada

All rides are good.   Anything over 200 miles where you sleep somewhere new is memorable.   Some are more memorable than most. Early Friday afternoon I rode north to  meet my brother Pat at Beryl Junction, about 50 miles away.  He rode down from Salt Lake and it’d been a while since we’d ridden together.   A […]

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Phoenix & Casa Grande Trip

Pat and I trailered the bikes to Phoenix. It was just too irresistible. Snow in St George, 80 Degrees in Phoenix. He got to St George Thursday night, and we got the trailer ready to pull all three bikes down to Phoenix the next morning.

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I can feel the pull of the road again…

Going to Phoenix tomorrow to do some riding for the first time in months. I’m stoked. Hopefully pat gets here tonight and we can head out at 0′ Dark Thirty and get on the road. Changed the oil in my bike last night and I’m ready to roll This is my garage tonight. Looks pretty […]

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I love route 66

I had a great ride last weekend with pat.   sometimes it takes me a while to decompress it all when I ride with other people because I had alot going through my mind as we took the trip, and it was all good. I got my act together by around noon on thursday, and by […]

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Zion Tunnel on a Harley-Davidson

I havent been riding on the weekends this month like I normally do, just because of work and other commitments, as well as its been pretty cold lately.   This weekend it was warm, and earlier in the week Pat talked about trailering his bikes down to do some riding and leaving them here to do […]

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Las Vegas Bike Fest

Well, we made it.  Pat came down thursday night, and friday morning mister sunshine finally got his legs underneath him and we hit the road and on over the utah hill.   We stopped at lees to buy some scotch, sample the same, and then on to vegas, avoiding the freeway as much as we could.   […]

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Dunn Bryce Canyon Ride

So pat showed up last night, well prepared with a bottle of Glen Livet.  I had it in my head we were going riding that night and make it to bryce, so we could head up highway 12 the next morning and be back by night.    Then it started raining, so we had dinner, polished […]

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Titan Missle and Pima Air Museum – Tucson Arizona

I went the greater part of my life without really knowing my brothers. I’d imagine that probably sounds wierd, but 10 years can be a big difference. I was 16 when I moved to St George, and our lives really never hooked up. We’ve all got our own lives, it just is what it is. […]

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Meeker Massacre, June 2007

Great ride. about 1250 miles. Funny thing, and its indicative of my family– We rode out in formation, and on the way home it was every man for himself. They say eagles don’t flock. We’re good for about a day, then we all like to steer our own ships. I’m fine with that. I actually […]

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