Ruroc has recently whipped themselves into a frenzy doing damage control trying to prove that their helmets…well…don’t suck. Look, I don’t own a Ruroc helmet, so I can’t comment first hand on their helmets. Nor do I plan on ever owning one, because I think they suck. I mean, if all it takes is a…
A look back to the Dallas Progressive International Motorcycles Show (IMS) from 2018.
A look back to the Progressive International Motorcycles Show (IMS) from 2016.
Some older photos going back to the early days of Denton Bikes & Coffee in 2016 and 2017.
November presented us with clear skies, sunny days, and warm weather, even by Texas standards. It’s hard to beat a crisp fall morning ride followed by a hot cup of coffee.
Winter is barely really a thing here in Texas, so (mostly) pleasant temperatures and clear skies are typical in December. We get a nice long riding season that never really ends.
Falling temps through October make a hot cup of coffee on a Sunday morning all the more appealing. The Denton crowd never fails to turn out with great people, outstanding motorcycles, and good times.
Summer in Texas is in full force well into September, and while riders in Texas don’t shy away from the heat, the cooler mornings are certainly preferable, and make for a great showing at West Oak for Sunday morning coffee.
Took a bit of a break from photography to focus on capturing video content in the month of August, so the photo offerings are a bit light. Still managed to get a handful great shots, particularly of Other Life Cycles’ Bavarian Creampuff BMW restoration.
It actually kind of sucks being a motorcyclist in Texas in July. Triple-digit temps are the norm, and staying cool and hydrated is basically impossible. Despite all that, more and more time is spent by an ever-increasing number of riders sharing in their two-wheeled camaraderie. Also got in more rides with the moto-fam, including a…