Marc Marquez won the GP race in Austin last weekend for the "umpteenth" time. Valentino Rossi complained about the track surface being rough and dusty. Marquez (above) won by a convincing margin. Maybe some of the boys ought to strap on a steel shoe, and get some practice? Everyone races the same track . . . sucks for some, while others shine. The way it's always been.
That's how I refer to it. That round, beer keg lookin' . . solid construction Nelson-Rigg black zippered bag. It's flown off a couple times, but it never really hurt it. It's got a rain jacket you can pull over it. During storms, it gets power washed from the rear wheel, but my shorts stay dry. It has zippers on the ends to expand 3-4" more if needed. It works.
Our lucky buddy Dean recently scored this amazing 1965 Norton Atlas 750 chopper, built back in the day by Tracy Nelson. We all know him for his famous aftermarket fiberglass bodies, tanks, and fenders. Dean is currently working on getting her back in top notch mechanical order, so hopefully we can drool over this trippy work of art in person at Strange Days 8!
Huber had a rather unorthodox racing style....but it worked for him. He was voted "Most Popular Rider" by the racing community in 1946, and raced Harley-Davidsons most of his career. Huber won multiple 100 Mile national events, and could be a real-pain-in-the-ass to the Indian Factory Team. He lost his life racing a dusty track (low visibility) aged early 30s - sealing his legend in the sport of motorcycle dirt track racing.