I recently purchased two pieces of outdated, forgotten technology. The first thing was an old Remington portable typewriter. The second… Read more Chronicles of the Forgotten
Well it’s official: I am done with road-racing sidecars. I first started out as a passenger on “The Woody,” a… Read more End of an Era: Closing the Sidecar Door Opens a Window to Adventure
I know I haven’t posted here on my own news page in awhile, and it’s due to a combination of… Read more Recent Writings
I’m really excited to share this piece I recently got published on the Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys blog. Rob Gibson… Read more The Worlds Fastest Darkroom
I recently did an interview with MotoAmerica Junior Cup rider Nic Swensgard. The 17 year-old Arizona native is a privateer… Read more Industry Spotlight: Nic Swensgard
I haven’t been able to post in quite awhile, and now isn’t a good time either. Still, it’s best to… Read more What I’ve Been Up To
Greetings Earthlings, I had a piece go live a few days ago that I wanted to let you know about.… Read more Route Report: San Francisco’s East Bay
During the Veterans Charity Ride this August I was given a NUVIZ heads up unit to try out. This was… Read more First Impression: NUVIZ Heads Up Display
I put together some slideshows of my work at the WSBK event at the oh-so-legendary Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway from a few weeks back.
It’s live on My Life At Speed. Check out some shots of the infield, Cannery Row, and of course the famous Corkscrew.
As you may know, I’ve been given the opportunity to drive a motorcycle sidecar camera bike on the Veteran’s Charity Ride to Sturgis. The ride kicks off July 28th at the Sun Valley fire station on