Two Old Bikers Hit the Road Again
When fall rolls around, and the edge softens from Austin's tortuous summer heat, I naturally start thinking about getting the Indian back on the road again. That usually means contacting my biker buddy Nathan Gibson for some companionship on the trip. Although Nathan continues to insist on riding that P.O.S. Harley of his, both me and the Indian chose to overlook that little detail since he is such good company on the road. Due to tight schedules for both of us throughout October 2016, we had to compress what would normally have been a longer trip (time wise) into a ...
JAZZ In The Canyon 2016
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Of English Canals
In 2008, Dorothee and I spent several weeks in the U.K., primarily to attend the Goodwood Festival of Speed While driving through Great Britain and Scotland, we spied an unusual little car on several occasions, one that I couldn't identify. After some further research, we learned this car was a Nissan Figaro.. built only in 1991, and never imported to the US. In fact, the Figaro was built in very limited numbers (20,000 total) and intended primarily for the Japanese market. But over the years, well over 4,000 of these right hand cars found their way to England, thanks to ...
On the Road Again
Not to rest on our laurels after our 3,000 mile bike trip to Sturgis, SD, my buddy Nathan and I decided to take a shorter trip in September (2015) over the Texas border to Louisiana. Again, a full narrative of our trip can be found at: www.austinmotorscene.com/on-the-road-again/ ...
As I've rekindled my interest in motorcycling over the past 4 years or so, it has seemed that I should make the trip to the Sturgis annual bike meet at least once. I checked that off the bucket list this past August, accompanied by my biker buddy Nathan Gibson: Full details of our trip can by found on my OTHER blog: www.austinmotorscene.com/sturgis-2015/ ...