Thursday, September 29, 2011

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Monday, September 26, 2011

Ray Days

This weeknd was Ray Days. A local HD dealership that has a festival downtown. I didn't get to really spend too much time at the event this year because I was babysitting for a friend. The OG crew had their bikes in the bikeshow. They all won trophies. Glad that someone sees their hardwork. Kevin wasn't able to put his bike in the bike show because he was helping out at the Marine Corps League booth selling raffle tickets for the 6.5 Grendal. These are just a few pictures of the weekend.
Gator's custom

Ken's Pan/Shovel 

Brett's custom

Dewayne's Panhead

Me and Jimmy
J & D Cycles
The go to guy for motorcycles

Too much time and too much money will make your bike look like this.....WOW Tacky
He just finished doing some stunts in the parking lot

Thursday, September 22, 2011

"I am not a hero"

At just 21 years old Dakota Meyer thought he was going to die. He rescued/provided cover for 36 Marines and Navy Corpsmen. Last week he was awarded the highest honor by the president. He was awarded the Medal of Honor. Most men that recieve this medal die in the process. I wish I could personally thank him for his service and dedication to his fellow Marines and Navy Corpsmen.

You are a hero Dakota along with 1st Lt. Michael Johnson, a 25-year-old from Virginia Beach; Staff Sgt. Aaron Kenefick, 30, of Roswell, Ga.; Corpsman James Layton, 22, of Riverbank, Calif.; and Edwin Wayne Johnson Jr., a 31-year-old Gunnery Sergeant from Columbus, Ga. A fifth man, Army Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth W. Westbrook, 41, of Shiprock, N.M., they gave the ultimate sacrafice for us.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

New DeathScience homie

I want to Congratulate Tim and Brandy on the lastest edition to the DeathScience crew. I hope she wrenches and rides. Can't wait to see little Claire all greased up working on motorcycles.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Wheels through Time

This is such an amazing collection of motorcycles. I could have walked around for a week and found new and interesting motorcycles. Dale and his son Matt are there and will start up any bike on display and offer you a cup of coffee. Dale also let me back in the shop and showed me the bike they were working on for the cannonball. It's a coast to coast race on a hundred plus year old motorcycles. Knuckle head motors everywhere. You have to see this museum before it closes in November. They are looking for a new location but no news on when or where so see it while you still can.

You can tell from the pictures there is tons to see.