We are working hard to finish up a Shovelhead that we have to deliver in Sturgis. It’ll be done and it’ll be pretty dang cool in my book!
The motorcycle industry is in a stable place right now, considering all the crazy things that have happened in the last year.
I don’t want to talk much about the politics that are happening in our country right now, other than to say that we need less hate and violence and more peace and love!
I try so hard to get along with everybody, but I made an idiot mad at me last week.
I don’t know too many bikers that like being told where and when they can or can’t go, or even that they must stay at home. So, having said all that, I’m proud to say that our business is pretty dang good!
Bigun and I just returned from Sturgis and we had a swell time! This was the 80th Annual Black Hills Rally and normally, it would have been packed, but in the “New World,” it was only about 50% of the normal expectation.
As I write this letter, I am getting ready for Sturgis 2020. Bigun (Lena) and I leave on Friday, Aug. 7. This will be my 34th Sturgis Rally in a row.
The COVID-19 virus continues to paralyze our world. The numbers are reaching record highs and hospitals are busting at the seams. The state of Texas has closed all bars in the state, mine included.
My beer joint has been in business for 25 years and it is the hangout and meeting place for anybody and everybody on two wheels, mainly Harley-Davidson enthusiasts!
Ran comes back home to Dallas to visit me usually every three or four weeks. He came in last week to hang out and it was one of the best days I’ve had in several years.
Dear Ma, you wouldn’t believe what is happening right now in this crazy world. It’s like nothing I’ve ever seen in my lifetime. There’s this virus called COVID-19 that is sweeping the planet.
In a letter to his mother, Rick Fairless, owner of Strokers Dallas, Strokers Ice House & Punch Wally Garage, as well as a few other businesses, discusses topics that are on his mind in this month’s “Can Ya Dig It” column?