Friday, August 20, 2010


What happens when your next door neighbor is a douche with a lame bike? Pull your pants down, sit on the bike and take a picture. Thanks for the laughs brother!

Davenport Swap '09

So here's some pictures from last year. I had a ton fun shootin' the breeze with friends and sifting through parts. This year I will get my last signature for apprentice judging. I'm excited to take the next step! Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Burnout safety 101

While Candyman, Justin and Eugene were eggin' on the bro-dudes with fat tires to do burnouts, we were all chokin' on their rubber dust. Warren and Teach had the cure all!
1. Get liquored up enough not to care too much.
2. If booze starts to wear off...
3. Stop, drop and roll.
4. Make the guy doing the burnout take off his shirt and whip it around his head like a helicopter.
I witnessed all the meyham from the snowmobile couch Dave Cook made. Thanks for the front row seat to the madness!!

Zeke - Flat Track

Oh fuck yeah! Zeke rules, but I bet you already knew that.

Orange Goblin - Time Travelling Blues

Good shit.

Scoot and Ped party

I got a late night phone call that some scoot and ped kids were havin' a get together and I'm not one to say no to fun. My good friend Johno.


Sometimes Joe comes down from the mountains for a visit, but it's always a good time.

Sturgis 2010

Sturgis. Everytime I say the word I get a vision of the letters with tiny sparkles and moon beams all around it. For me, Sturgis is a magical place with an idea of freedom with my family and friends. Over the years it has gotten better and better, getting further away from the main stream of downtown. Two years ago I got a taste of absolute freedom at The Broken Spoke Campground and I haven't looked back. We have all come together and carved out a niche at a place called the Limpnickie Lot, away from the doo rags, fingerless gloves, fat tires and pre-ripped Sturgis t-shirts. We are pretty much allowed to do whatever we want, whenever we want, with the exception of human sacrifices. I look forward all year to seeing old friends and anticipate the new antics of what we come up with. Potato guns, moonshine, fireworks, burnouts, swimming pools, riding with friends and razzing the outsiders, this is what I live for.

Monday, August 16, 2010