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Farewell, Kermit

The inventor of the world renowned Kermit chair has passed. This is the chair that is the standard for ADV, sport touring and other motorcyclist around the globe. Godspeed Kermit E. Easterling.

Random Motorcycle Picture of the Day

Random Motorcycle Picture of the Day

John Surtees, motorcycle bad ass. Draggin' some knees on a Vincent. Don't know who he is? Look him up, Bubba.

Random Motorcycle Picture of the Day

Sent in by some girl that I know in Manhattan, KS. In front of Tall Grass Brewery, no less.

A few things to note

1) There will be an official Red Wing Ironworks Motorbike Club jaunt this Sat nite to spectate the Minnesota Roller Girls at the Roy in St. Paul. All the cool kids are going, Cletus.

2) There is talk of Walt Ride 2018: bourbon country. There is some halfway decent riding down in Corntucky. And bourbon. Did I mention bourbon?

3) Triumph e-mag here: For The Ride

4)Two Dudes on a motorcycle; I rode bitch with Little Timmy once. Of course we were on our way to pick up a Kawasaki ZRX1200 in the Cities.

From Belize, with love.

Da-Boy recently returned from a foray to Belize to look at sharks and stuff. But along the way to Jimmy's World of Snorkling down along the docks of Punta Gorda, he spied a few rides that captured the very essence of riding in Central America. But then again, probably not.

Now, that's racing, Tex

Colombia style.

Image vs. Reality

New concept I am trying, so work with me.

The image in the eye of the beholder......

...And the reality to the rest of us.

Random Motorcycle Picture of the day

Random Motorcycle Picture of the day

What may be the final Motorcycle Movie Night of the season

is this Saturday at Paul Sr.'s house over der in 'Sconsin. False stories, bad jokes and cuss words start promptly at 7 p.m., movie soon after. Bring what you will, Willis. It'll be a swell time.

And a good time was had by all in Dennison

We weren't sure what the 2017 Pop-Cycle Derby (GLMC Pop-Cycle derby) was going to bring on Saturday morning; about two inches of snow fell in Red Wing the night before and roads around here were either ice glazed or snow covered. The ride over to Dennison didn't look too promising either as road conditions were horrible. Certainly not conducive for motorcycle riding, let alone a timed derby event. We loaded the bikes anyway and headed out at 9 a.m. At minimum we'd have a beer at the Fireside Lounge in Dennison if things didn't work out. But about five miles out the roads got better and were mostly clear of ice and snow. We arrived at 9:40 to a hand full of bikes. Within minutes, more bikes came in; dual sports, UJMs, sidehacks and a scooter. This was our first time riding this event as it has had an off-and-on history in this part of the state. We encouraged rally master Don Quistorff to host it again next year. All in all, we had a great day in spite of my low speed s…

live action from Dennison Popcycle derby

Random motorcycle picture of the day