... to shake that ass. Seriously.
I'm exploring Twitter a lot and trying to see who's interesting out there. I find a lot of motorcyclists out there with some really bike-tastic names and pictures. Much to my chagrin, many of them end up tweeting about their dinner, their dog, their children, and Sons of Anarchy. Now, I like the TV show as much anyone, although not as much as many of you, but come on!
Anyway, one Twitter account I am kind of digging is that of @BootsBoatsBikes / Boots, Boats, and Bikes / http://www.bootsboatsandbikes.co.uk They don't post too often on their website, but the Twitter account is updated pretty regularly, and what they do post is usually interesting stuff, so they get a YouMotorcycle biker-wave of approval.
Here's the video of 9 motorcyclists travelling the Peru's Sacred Valley in the Andes, from the Inca capital of Cusco, to the ancient city of Machu Picchu... shakin' that ass.
Just because a blog isn't participating in #29in29, doesn't make it uncool. For motorcycle blogs which retell the planning and riding of some seriously long motorcycle road trips, a daily blog post just doesn't make sense. MISSRIDER is one example (see: Woman Rides Her Motorcycle Alone Across The United States, and Female Motorcyclist Retells Travelling Across the USA).
Another site that doesn't need to update to stay awesome? The Call of the Road. One of those ride of a lifetime stories, The Call of the Road tells the story of an 8 week, 9,000+ mile ride from Florida to Alaska. This week Circus Boy Nathan proudly showed his new adventure trailer video. Catch it here.
Outside of the motorcycle scene the city itself is a hoot. While
The spontaneous and unplanned rides are sometimes the most fun. It started with a text message from my girlfriend: “What are we going to do today?” Before long we found ourselves near the historic
The town is picturesque and its early 1800s origins have been left unspoiled.
With a combined 375cc split between two motorcycles, Adrian and Ashley ride their little bikes to Niagara Falls for all kinds of silliness in the city of big water.
Little known fact but the town west of Toronto is beautiful and a short ride away! Ride over to Webster Falls.
She was like a magnet. Wherever she went the animals drew near. Closer and closer she summoned them. For a moment it seemed as though the animals had come to admire her... and then, abruptly, a child would run up to the zoo animals screaming, and the moment would be ruined. Damn kids!