Monthly Archives: May 2014

Revisiting the Site of My First Motorcycle Crash – 45 years later

Revisiting the Crash Scene  –  45 years later. I found something the other day I’ve been looking for off and on – for 45 years. In 1969 I suffered my first and only big time crash on a street motorcycle, … Continue reading

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Why The Collector Car You Want Will Cost More

Why The Collector Car Market is Exploding The market for “collector” cars, which includes “exotics,” retro-mods, and pretty much any car over twenty years old, has shown intensive growth in the past few years. Examples abound, and I was commenting … Continue reading

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I Joined A Car Club – Again

How and Why I Joined A Car Club – Again I’ve had more interactions with car and motorcycle clubs than anyone I know. Most of that has been good, and all of it educational. First of all, you’re either a “club … Continue reading

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The NFL Draft and the High School Prom

The NFL Draft and the High School Prom In 1844 Karl Marx opined that religion is the opium of the masses, but  almost two centuries later religion has been surpassed by… NFL football. Both involve vast sums of money contributed … Continue reading

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Rain and the 2014 BMW F 700 GS and R 1200 RT

Rain and the 2014 BMW F 700 GS and R 1200 RT – May 4th, 2014 Yesterday I led a customer demo ride for Ride West BMW.  It rained off and on all day, at times very heavily. In a … Continue reading

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