Easy Rider Flagstaff Arizona

My buddy Jim is a fellow Easy Rider freak, and sent me this picture today.    Cool pictures of before and after… A screenshot from Easy Rider.   On old Route 66, from 1969.    A shot in the arm, thanks brother!  

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Easy Rider Actress Karen Black Dies at 74

Read this on the news today. I’ll be honest, I haven’t seen many films other than Easy Rider and Five Easy Pieces.     She was embarrassed about her Easy Rider role for a lot of  years, but she played a helluva part in the movie.    She was diagnosed with Cancer in 2010.   […]

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Day 13 – Easy Rider Movie Location Tour – New Orleans Louisiana.

I woke up and felt like George  Hanson in a jail cell.     When I looked in the mirror, I saw Keith Richards was staring at me.     It’d been a  long trip.      Burbon Street is an interesting place. I was to meet Graham in the lobby,  but I was 10 […]

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Day 12: Easy Rider Movie Location Tour – Lake Charles LA to New Orleans LA

We woke up, had a little of that continental breakfast and  got ready to head out.   Today was different, and I’ll be honest it had a bit of weight to it for me.    It’d be our last day riding. Tonight, we’d be in New Orleans.    The 2 places on the Easy Rider […]

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Day 11: Easy Rider Movie Location Tour – Austin Texas to Lake Charles Louisiana

I was up by 6 AM, and pretty much ready to go.   It had been donning on me all day yesterday that we only had 3 days more of riding to go.     That was pretty real to me.      I packed up my suitcase, and headed down to the parking garage. […]

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Day 10: Easy Rider Movie Location Tour – Abilene Texas to Austin Texas.

Met at the bikes, sunscreened up, swapped stories and headed out of Abilene. I’d slept good the night before, and was ready to head out.     On to Austin.    We were out of the Pan Handle, and Texas got even more interesting.     We hit Comanche Texas, about 80 miles away.   […]

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Day 9: Easy Rider Movie Location Tour – Amarillo to Abilene

We woke up and had breakfast.   Eaglerider says that the Ambassador Hotel is one of their favorite hotels, and I can see why.    Very nice place.     I’ll admit it, I was a tad hung over from the night before.   A little wind therapy would fix that. Peter fonda had said […]

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Day 8 part 2: Amarillo gets it’s own post.

We rolled down from Las Vegas, and hit interstate 40.    This is route 66 generally, and if you glance side to side now and again you’ll see old alignments of the mother road.    Route 66, from days gone by.    We hit up a truck stop to hydrate, and they had a bitchen […]

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