while everybody gets rest, ive been working on my paint skills. no matter how easy the pro's make it look, this shit is hard, takes alot of time and cost some green backs.. so next time you see your local paint star, tell them its ok to look gay, just keep up the good work.. and for yall punks that think you got it going on......never drop a fucking tank that has been done up like a pair of sexy draws..what kind of shit is that...
It's the annual lighting of Candy Cane Lane Ceremony, except we preempt it with a lawn party and surf music (provided by the awesomeness of The Royal Rats), pot luck (bring anything, booze is never frowned upon, but your strawberry vodka laced ambrosia salad is fine too), and all around Christmas festivities!
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We had no idea that Snoopy/Joe Motocross would strike such a chord with people, but we've had loads of great feedback. One of my favourite responses is from Bob Metz, in Minnesota.
It's been a while. After seeing Snoopy I just had to send a pic. Shortly after stuffing my 750 Triumph Trackmaster through the fence my daughter colored this picture! It was 1978. It has hung on the wall of my shop since. Until later, John Metz Sideburn 27 includes a feature written by Russ Gater of clothing brand TSPTR. Russ discusses the impact of the Peanuts on the morale of US troops in Vietnam, on equal rights for women and on the popularisation of motocross and minibike racing across the US. It's fascinating.
Read Harley R in the Isle of Man, loved the feature and wrote this...
Thanks Guys, that really was a great read! I found the Charlie Brown/ Joe Motocross piece particularly interesting as Peanuts was an integral part of my formative years and its increasing political awareness mirrored my own first steps into the big, bad world. I was too young to appreciate all the Vietnam/ WW1 parallels (living in the wrong country probably didnâ€™t help) but those increasingly cynical/ surreal cartoons, and my parentsâ€™ increasing dislike for what had once been a â€œfunâ€ daily strip, made a huge impact on me. Nearly fifty years later I can still remember every word from those comics â€“ I just have to see the first frame and my memory fills in the rest. Thanks again. Harley See for yourself what all the fuss is about BUY SIDEBURN 27. G
Not exactly a single event by any means, Taco Moto Tuesday is a weekly gathering of like minded riders who head out in search of tacos, beers, and oral stimulation (yeah, we talk to each other. Novel idea aye?). Nothing says you have to attend every week, come out when you can and join the group. One things for sure, Don will order a hamburger and everyone else will usually opt for the tacos... There's more Taco Moto Tuesday pictures coming from specific events within TMT, but this small collection of photos is picked at random.
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If you're going to ride 330 miles through the Taklaman Desert, known by the locals as the Desert of Death, without stopping for more than a pee and the odd snack, on a single speed, you might as well do it in a Dirt Quake T-shirt, right? Cheers Guy.
Free post on Dirt Quake shirts. Limited sizes. While stocks last
April 1st and 2nd, 2016 The Crick Out hosted by the Crick Boys out in the wasteland of Johnson Valley. Another serious DIY fun fest without charging for attendance, wristbands, or any corporate bullshit profiteering marketing agendas.
Sideburnâ€™s editor, Gary Inman, interviewed Michael Lock, the CEO of American Flat Track, about his plans for fixing pro flat track. The interview lasted nearly 90 minutes, and was way too long to fit in Sideburn 27, but what was left over was too good to leave on the shelf, so we decided to publish the full thing on our new website - www.sideburnmagazine.com. It will be of interest to anyone with a love of, or investment in, flat track.
There is the opportunity to leave a comment below. We're looking forward to hearing what you think.