Oh, Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town

Business owners have to make tough decisions every day.

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Arrest That Dumb Pig

We recently celebrated our 25th anniversary and my 65th birthday with a big blowout here at Strokers Dallas and Strokers Ice House!

Rick Fairless
Deadbeats, Shovelheads & The Judge

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!

Rick Fairless
God, Tom Landry, John Lennon & Riding Choppers

The motorcycle industry is in a stable place right now, considering all the crazy things that have happened in the last year.

Peace, Love & Hardtail Choppers

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!

One Man’s Empire is Another Man’s Clip Joint

I try so hard to get along with everybody, but I made an idiot mad at me last week.

Can Ya Dig It? The Bigun Rick Show & The Sea Hag

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!

Pajama Shoppers: Put Your Clothes On and Get Out of the House!

Dear Ma: I hope you’re doing well up there in Heaven, we are working hard and doing good down here in Dallas. I have been thinking a lot about how business has changed over my 22 years in the Motorcycle Industry. The BEST thing that has happened to our industry in the last 20 years,

More Imagination, Less Drugs

Dear Ma, I hope you’re well up in Heaven, we are good here in Dallas! Things are busy and we are building several really cool bikes. Recently I was giving a tour to some people, and at the end of the tour, a lady asked me where I get my ideas from. She laughingly insinuated

‘What If’ Scenarios Playing Out In My Head

Dear Ma, I hope you’re well up there in Heaven. We are doing fine in Big D. Ya know, life is a struggle, it really is. I absolutely LOVE the motorcycle industry and I guess that makes the struggle bearable for me. Sometimes I think about some of the decisions I’ve made over the years

Looking Back, Looking Forward & Trying Not to Cry!

Dear Ma, I hope you’re doing good up there in Heaven. We are extremely busy down here in Big D. Things are really hectic around here this time of year and I am very grateful for that!

American Motorcycle Industry Suffers Black Eye

We have been a Victory dealer for more than 15 years and I am still in disbelief. I told somebody this felt like my wife dumped me for a richer man (Indian Motorcycles) and punched me in the gut on her way out the door.