Saturday, October 19, 2013

Time Flies

The old version of the chop, three years ago on my way to the first Lonestar River Run with Mike D and the boys from Dallas. 

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Friday, September 13, 2013

Monday, August 19, 2013

Street Drags - Sturgis

Sturgis. Hamster Drags. This event is one of the best kept secrets during the rally, 15 years and running.  I was blown away, fucking awesome time.

Saturday, August 17, 2013


Always something, every trip. 

Hit the Hamster street drags this year for the first time, what a fucking cool experience, except for the flat I got after pulling into the event.... Coulda been at 90 down the highway though.

Friday, July 26, 2013

Hey Noot!

Thinking about taking a nice, easy, 400 mile afternoon ride up to South Dakota. Maybe we'll see you up there...

This guy'll be cruisin' the strip I'm sure.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Rocky Mountain Region's Best Chopper Event

Love Thy Chopper 7, this past weekend. What a turnout for such a short notice. Over a hundred bikes and all of the proceeds went to supporting the Wilderness on Wheels Campground(which helps with the development of access for disabled people to outdoor environments).

This "event" was about riding - if you didn't want to ride, you weren't gonna come. Great grass, beer, scenery, back-country saloons, and Rocky Mountain camping - that's Colorado's Chopper scene people.

*Stole these photos from the Landmark Tattoo facebook page*

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Ride Thy Chopper

Here we go people. Come get some.

*Questions, call Landmark Tattoo at 303-955-4531*

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

SouthWestern Colorado

Took off last week for Ouray, Colorado to meet friends from all over coming for an AMCA event. Spent the week riding some of the best roads Colorado has to offer, including the Million Dollar Highway, pictured in most of these photos. 

1,300+ miles in five days... The Rocky Mountains are the shit, plain and simple people.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

If You're Riding to Born Free

From anywhere east of Colorado, here's something you might want to experience.

Highway 141 from Gateway, CO to Naturita, CO is one bad-ass road for motorcycling. It's a 52 mile stretch of twists, curves, canyons, rivers, and mesa's. 141 turns into 145, then into 62 on its way into Ouray, CO - where you can jump onto the Million Dollar Highway south towards Durango, CO - which also kicks ass. From Durango, you can hit Monument Valley and The Grand Canyon if your'e up to it. That entire part of the country is endless with jaw-dropping scenery.

Another great road is highway 133 from Carbondale, CO(just south of Glenwood Springs) to Delta, CO. And finally, highway 92 through the Black Canyon of Gunnison National Park is also an amazing road for rolling on two wheels. If you can make time, it's worth it, SouthWestern Colorado will blow you away - and if you choose to hit any of these roads or even all of them in one long zig-zagging day - it won't take you much time or be out of your way traveling to SoCal. Traffic isn't an issue, neither are cops, so speed has no limits.

Gateway, CO is nothing in the middle of nowhere, if you blink you'll miss it. There is one small, recently built community that you can't miss right off of 141 before leaving town heading south. It's completely out of place because it looks like an upscale retirement community in a shit-box of a town. The founder of The Discovery Channel built this community, where he put condos, a restaurant, and most importantly, an Auto Museum. This Museum is amazing, having some of the rarest and coolest cars I've ever seen. It's $8 to get in and see this guy's personal collection, well worth it.

Here's a few pics from 141 -

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Honky Tonk Hero

Happy birthday to one of my favorite musicians of all time...

"Them neon lightin' nights, couldn't stay out of fights
Keep a-hauntin' me in memories
Well, there's one in every crowd, for cryin' out loud
Why was it always turnin' out to be me"
 - For some reason, Waylon kept these lyrics out of this version.

Friday, June 14, 2013

Ride Thy Chopper - Colorado - July 20th

The Rocky Mountain Region's best chopper event, getting better. All about riding, partying, and camping in the mountains this year. Starts in Denver, ends in the Rocky Mountains. More info to come...

If you actually enjoy using your motorcycle for what it was intended, to be ridden, come. If not, make up an excuse and stay home.

Pass this shit along....