Monthly Archives: June 2013

For A Brief Moment, the AMA Is Conscious

The AMA managed to puke out the following press release today, barely in time for Ride to Work Day on the 17th. Instead of their gangbanger “causes,” it would be nice to she the so-called “motorcyclists’ organization” get involved this … Continue reading

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Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Meets the Triumph Rocket III

And there is a Harley ad that is unintentionally funnier, unconsciously dumber, and depressingly repetitive and mindless: Nothing like 100 dressed-alike posers pretending to be independent thinkers to remind us that we’re always #1 in being dumbasses.

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Backing Myself Up

For the last decade, everything I’ve written for Minnesota Motorcycle Monthly magazine was archived on the magazine’s website and on my own site. There is a chance that Comcast is going to eliminate the users’ webpage feature (hardly any customers … Continue reading

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Motorcycle Review: Riding High 2002 KLR 650

[This is pretty cool. Way back in 2002, I was still wearing my 1984 Aerostich Roadcrafter. I’d almost forgotten about that old reliable suit with the cotton stuffed into the shoulders, elbows, and knees as “armor.” It was so worn … Continue reading

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