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…
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.
Summer got off to a great start, with temps and the turnout on The Square both on the rise through May. Of course, to enjoy the perfect weather, I also squeezed in a few rides with some friends.
The crews from the Denton Independent Motorcycle Show and Denton Moto Collective threw down with a Cinco de Moto fiesta on May 5th 2019. It was a veritable sea of cool bikes, great people, and good times.
With temperatures on the rise, and the sun making its presence known with greater frequency, the turnout at bikes & coffee at West Oak steadily increased through April. The way the riders in Denton fill the Square here can be a sight to behold.
The return to Talimena in early October of 2016 was much less fraught with peril and discomfort than the 2014 trip. It started out gray and rainy when James, Eben and I hit the road, and we were met with dense fog once we reached the campground, cutting short any notion of any quick rides…
Rockers vs. Mods Dallas 2014 was the first motorcycle event I attended after moving to Texas. With the 2019 rally soon approaching, thought it might be worth a look back to the 2014 event. Gotta say, my photography skills (and equipment) have significantly improved over the last five years, but it’s still great to take…
Chilly December temps and the impending holidays did not deter many of the regulars, as well as some new faces, from showing up for a hot cup of joe.
Increasingly cooler temps may have found their way to Texas in November, but regulars and new faces alike continued to make their way to the Denton Square to warm up with a nice coffee (and despite the cooler weather, sometimes an ice coffee) from West Oak.