From the November 28 Globe and Mail article titled The Inequality We Don’t Talk About, by Margaret Wente: Two things happened in the 1970s. Family income began to stagnate and family structures began to change radically. Divorce rates soared and marriage ...Read More »
This story started over twenty years ago. Life was simpler then. A 24″ television was a big deal. 40 channels of cable was a big deal. Monday night wrestling was a big deal. If you were a really good kid, you got ...Read More »
Last week I shared Bikini Bike Washes: Attraction or Deterrent? I shared my reasons for not partaking in bikini bike washes as well as Liz’s concerns about the negative impact bikini bike washes could have on a business or event… ...Read More »
We’ve been following Liz Keener on Twitter for some time now – not that she’s ever followed us back, but hey, you can – and came upon this article that she wrote two days ago about bikini bike washes. In ...Read More »
A little 10-year-old girl was walking home, alone, from school one day, when a big man on a black motorcycle pulls up beside her. After following along for a while, he turns to her and asks, “Hey there little girl, ...Read More »
All riders are drawn to the wind in their faces, and the wide open feeling that comes from motorcycle riding… but life is a matter of degrees, and we all have our own preferences. A cruiser guy will never understand ...Read More »
Night times are always the worst. It’s just you and your battle scars, the ones inside and out, on a motorcycle riding aimlessly in desperate search of dawn. On your right arm are the burns from fiddling with things and ...Read More »
Motorcyclists young and old, of both genders and all of faiths and colors let me be your eyes for I have seen the future and know our path is bright! I have seen the sun. Where once there was darkness there is now light. I have been visited by the ghost of motorcycling future and she was beautiful!Read More »
I'm 25 years old. I've owned over a dozen motorcycles. I've been riding since I was a teenager. I hold a full M Class motorcycle license in Ontario. I don't own a car or even a car license. I own a house, and a garage full of motorcycles.
I haven't been in a motorcycle accident. I haven't received a ticket in about three years. I started my professional career by working in the motorcycle industry. If Saskatchewan's proposed rules applied to me, nearly everything I just told you would cease to be true.
Some nights there are far too many hours between when the bar lets out and when the cemetery opens up. Those are the nights bad things can happen. Those are the nights when your best bet is calling up a ...Read More »