The heat in Texas is a uniquely brutal thing only matched by living on the surface of the sun itself. Handling it on a motorcycle is far from easy. You will get hot, you will sweat, and you will be miserable. No biggie, just ditch the ol’ leather jacket and throw on a t-shirt, right?Continue reading Roland Sands Design Truman Perf Waxed Canvas Jacket: Road tested review
Clutch replacement is a pretty straightforward job, requiring only a few basic hand tools, the new clutch parts, and a couple hours. You even get an oil change out of it. It’s an easy DIY job, and there’s no need to take your bike to a shop or dealership if you feel that clutch a-slippin’.Continue reading How to Replace a Motorcycle Clutch
Southern Throwdown 7, on September 15th 2019, at the Bomb Factory in the Deep Ellum district of Dallas offered up a day full of killer vintage motorcycles and vans, the best BBQ in DFW from The Bucking Pig, live music, and awesome people.
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 aContinue reading Bikes & Coffee July 2019
Rode out to Merkel, Texas to visit family. I rode, and the wife drove with the boys.
The heat of the Texas summer was in full force through June. Though the sun was sweltering, it wasn’t keeping anyone away from riding or gathering on the Square to hang out.