Well, here are some screen shots from that footage. The third one is when I snapped the picture, i do believe. Notice my expression in the last one, ha!
Still a little ways away from even beginning to edit the footage down for the Smoke-Out DVD, mainly because i've been so swamped with just getting laying out bike features, and editing and compiling Backtalk, and keeping up with maintaining the Horse Website (since I became "webmaster" a little while ago) and uploading the issues to the server for print, and dealing with changing advertisements from different advertisers, and just generally trying to not go insane while wearing a hundred different hats.
p.s. thank you to all the bands who submitted music. Sadly, i've been so swamped that I haven't even had a chance to listen to hardly any of it, but rest assured I still have all your e-mails and music links, and if you haven't heard from me yet, you will soon. And if you've got a band and want to be on the soundtrack, its not too late!
"Good day, I'm Tyler Deith from Canada, and here is my freshly built wheelchair accessible Harley reverse trike. After spending 10 years or more on my ass due to a mishap on a motorcycle, I've poured a decades worth of dreams and ideas into this one awesome trike. There is very little available commercially that fit my needs. First thing being that I need a fully accessible ride, which means no transferring in and out of my chair. It makes sense that when I get there, wherever "there" is, i'll need my chair there too. My research showed that two wheels up front is far more stable than two in the rear. The over all layout was done using masking tape on the floor. This lead to the making of a large I-beam jig that held the pieces in place and allowed me to rotate the assembly as it went together. The purchase of a tube bender, lathe, milling machine, mig welder and the help of a few excellent friends made the build possible. It is equipped with a 1990 80 C.I. Evolution, push button electric Pingel shifter and a Baker 5 speed with reverse. I can drive it right from my chair and it takes only seconds to wheel in and out. This is the only bike of its kind on the planet. Hope you dig it, -Tyler Deith."