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Brett Stenson

 The rural landscape in which Milwaukee-based artist Brett Stenson was raised had a major influence on his work. The people he grew up with, and the relics of their past, have all made the journey from the recesses of his mind to the front of his page. Stenson illustrates what he knows. What he's lived.

 If you've ever had the pleasure of exploring an old farm, you might find the experience of looking through Stenson's work to be quite similar: from unearthing a few hand-painted signs tucked away behind an old cultivator, to uncovering a dusty box of magazines stashed inside the leaning pump house. His work captures that same sense of adventure and discovery, and embodies an era when advertising relied upon the talent of under appreciated artists to grab the public's imagination. But that's not all: Stenson even manages to capture the weathered planks of the farm structures themselves!

This month, the epic Show Class Magazine has debuted it's new larger format with a wrap-around cover by Stenson. Stop by and grab a copy, and add some of their new leather patches, buttons, stickers, and t-shirts to your cart as well. They also have, at the time of this writing, a limited run of 69 signed and numbered screen prints of Stenson's killer cover. Better grab one now before they're all gone!

Showclass wrap-around cover

Hood Bush event poster

Think Big poster

The Friendship Show 2 poster

"Protect Your Dome" - Megabolt poster


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Words and photos by Panhead Jim

Back again this year is the best one-day chopper event on the East Coast, the War Run. The day will start with a chopper run that leaves from Carolina Coast Harley-Davidson of Wilmington, NC, at 10:30 AM. From there, we'll ride out to Jacksonville, NC, to visit the Beirut Memorial, which was built to honor the 241 American peacekeepers killed in the Beirut barracks bombing in 1983. After leaving the memorial, we'll cruise down to Surf City, NC, to hit the beach before rolling down the coast to the Skate Barn in Hampstead, NC, for the main event.

We'll reach the Skate Barn around 1:00, and there will be Carolina BBQ waiting for us on the grill when we pull in. Don't worry, if you don't like slow-cooked pork BBQ, there is a McDonalds and a pizza joint just around the corner so no one should go hungry. The Skate Barn has some killer ramps too, so don't forget to bring your board. At 2:00 PM, the mini-bike track will open for a one-hour practice session to give everyone a chance to do some laps on the new track. This year's track is dirt, but some sandpits might trip you up if you don't have the right tires....

The races will start promptly at 3:00 and will continue all afternoon. The event will begin with five bike heats, each of which will be five laps long. The top two bikes in each heat will move forward. The main event will be a ten lap race with cash prizes awarded to the top three finishers. Participants must be riding a mini-bike powered by a 4-stroke motor with a pull start. The entry fee is $10 per bike, and all the entry fees will go towards the cash prizes for the winners.

Free tent camping is available on the grounds of the Skate Barn on Saturday night, which means you can spend the night reliving all your victories on the track with your fellow racers.


You don't have long to get your mini-bike prepped, so run down to Harbor Freight and grab a new Predator motor so you'll be race-ready by the 18th! Follow @war_run4 on Instagram to keep up with all the latest news on the event.

See you there,
Panhead Jim

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