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Previously, we made a wooden buck for building our tank, now the fun begins. Select the material you want to use for the tank. Options commonly include steel, aluminum, and copper. Selection depends partially on your skill level. If you … Continue reading
Shaping your tank, making your buck/ Part 1
Visited a new scary place. Lots to show and share. …Found this beauty of a building and a location on a two-wheeled adventure with my friend John. I promised myself to come back with gear in hand, it looked juicy. And … Continue reading
It’s Wintertime and the smell of fire is in the air. At the Berner household we enjoy having fires at home during the winter months. I don’t know that it does much for heating our house… I have a feeling … Continue reading
I met Roman, owner of FOH at the NYC IMS show – cool guy, insane machines, hi-style and hi-tech. His carbon fiber layups are beautiful, almost perfectly finished….tastefully painted and outfitted with top shelf componentry. Some of the frame work … Continue reading
Leather work can take on some pretty cool characteristics if you want….
To learn more about Pete Hilton and his instruments, you can visit his website: Hilton Guitars…
Another writing rock star: Frank Lloyd Wright To accomplish his architectural feats, Frank Lloyd Wright needed something we all need: a blueprint. Or the writing equivalent, an outline.A brilliant architect with an endless imagination, Frank Lloyd Wright designed by … Continue reading
Abandoned America Feature: Buffalo Central Terminal The New York Central Terminal in Buffalo, New York, USA, was a key railroad station from 1929 to 1979. The 17-story Art Deco style station was designed by architects Fellheimer & Wagner for the … Continue reading
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Ah yes, the Clown bike. not a bike for the weak or timid… -steveb/45dgree
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Looking around today I wonder what happened to the bikers of yesterday and really have to wonder…how the hell did we get there…. what happened to the world in a few short years? What happened to Miraculous Mutha?
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When you think of Birmingham what comes to mind? Rednecks, civil rights marches, maybe the Vulcan statue up on Red Mountain, but CHOPPERS???? Nah! Can’t be any of those around there, Alabama is ALWAYS at least 10 years behind the … Continue reading
Great acts of heroism are chronicled in the annals of history. Divine acts of charity elicit sainthood in religion. Breakthrough acts of intelligence warrant the Nobel Prize in science. Then there are the outstanding acts of stupidity. These must be … Continue reading
I was talking a while back to a friend over a bottle of Apple Pie as we sat around a fire in the back yard. We discussed some of the crazy shit that had happened in our lives, and places … Continue reading
Folks can spot somebody “cool.” Not counterfeits, like the cocky jock masking insecurity or the greasy hipster generating image. But a person who is entirely themselves; true to their nature in every manner. One who makes their own code and … Continue reading
I wrote this about a year ago for my blog at a time when some friends who I thought might be Brothers were starting to show me why you wait so long before knowing who your Brothers really are. I … Continue reading
Have you ever started out planning some big ride, with just your destination as the only sure thing about the run? Then as time goes on you start thinking about other places along the way you’d like to check out. … Continue reading
Go For It © Eddie Sorez Gotta pay your dues in this life There’s no easy way to go Have to take your share of roadrash Out there on the road The only way to get anywhere In this messed … Continue reading
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After riding for an hour and a half on mostly two lane back roads, I had to merge onto the freeway to finish the run to Ocean Shores for the Sun & Surf Rally. It is one of the many … Continue reading
Americade. A touring rally in upstate New York. The year was 1992. My close friend John had just lost his leg in a motorcycle accident. He’d had plans to sell his wares at the rally that year, but clearly that … Continue reading
“Me and my friends went.” “My friends and I,” my cousin corrected his daughter. Cecilia stared at us with the blank look of a teenager being corrected for something deemed insignificant. Behind her, the Pacific Ocean could be seen through … Continue reading
Riding a motorcycle across the country you stumble into fascinating folks. Some are simply standouts from the crowd who tickle a fancy and make us smile, then fade into the dormant vaults of memory. But others are complete outliers; true … Continue reading
Will Daily stops by the Evolvemnet Radio Studios on December 20th to perform one of his favorite tracks “300 dollar man”. WIll will be touring this summer performing live at a bunch of local and national events. Watch this video … Continue reading