Zach Iddings came out to the Strangers Paradise house a couple weeks ago in Joshua Tree to put together this video of what exact we do out there - get weird.
A couple weeks ago I rode my chopper down to Seattle and back in a day to shoot Thom Jones (@semigoods) '45 Magnum he built for Born Free 9. This Winter issue was just released and I'm pretty stoked on how it turned out. Thom really doesn't hold back in his interview and I love that shit. Take a look and pick up a copy at any Chapters/Indigo/Wal-Mart/London Drugs etc etc.... You can also buy an online version through their site: HERE.
~~In this issue there is also a 10 page article on The Dream Roll written by an attendee from Montreal. It looks awesome and there's a couple shots of my dumb face so don't miss it!! ~~
On October 29th, the TENTH High Noon Scramble went down at the end of # 6 road: The Richmond Dunes. The race is a multiple-lap loop around some sketchy obstacles, jumps, hill climbs, and burms. The categories include mono shock and vintage. Us spectators don't really care too much about all that though, we just love watching these dudes dress up and eat shit in the sand. Overall, some highlights included:
- Mike Babs Goul head costume
- Nicks Maico 250
- The EZ TV Broadcast crew
- The trike dude that smashed into Elliots new truck
- Keddie lighting off a firework when he won runner-up
- The snowmobile over-heating and then proceeding to hit the jump over and over again
- The beer pong crew
- Myk Roc
- The dude who didn't bring a costume and was forced into riding in his underwear
- Bri's Filth Mode cookies
- Some random girl who gave me a cheddar smokey
- The winners belt
- Curtis wresting the winner (WWE style)
All in all, the event was awesome as it is every year. The new belt that has been made for future years will be up for grabs next Halloween season... Who will take it next time!!?? For now, here's some 35mm film photos I shot on my Olympus Stylus:
I am home!! After a crazy busy 12 days in the California and Nevada desert, I am home. We looped Death Valley, hit Vegas last minute, attended Babes Ride Out and rode across California. I am currently working on a story for HOG Magazine about the whole trip, but for now here is a recap from the ladies at Babes Ride Out: http://babesrideout.com/blog/2017/10/26/babes-ride-out-5-event-recap?mc_cid=ac0a07d420&mc_eid=235d49f152
The September 2017 issue of HOG Magazine has recently launched. There is a 8 page spread I wrote and provided some photos for on the hometown trip I did with my Dad back in July. HOG Magazine is Harley Davidson owned mag and you can pick it up for free at any Harley Davidson dealership. As of September, our article is only in Canada but they could possibly run it in the next issue of HOG in the states, I'll be sure to let you know if it does!
Some of my buds from Australia came over to California last June when I was there for Born Free. I didn't really realize how much cool shit they got up to until they released this video this morning. Thanks for sharing guys, and killed job on the video Tim Oo.
Red Bull TV came out to the Dream Roll last weekend and made this little video for Facebook. Check it out!
Lanakila MacNaughton from the Women's Moto Exhibit is on her way to pick me up at my house in Vancouver and take me to Anchorage Alaska in her Sprinter van. For the next 2 weeks, we will be travelling around Northern Canada and Alaska on our own motorcycles for our second Wild Ones tour. Adri Law will be my flying up and joining us as well! Here is the schedule for our trip:
July 18-19: Hatcher Pass
July 20-24: Seward and Kenai Fjords
July 25-29 Homer, AK
For a more detailed schedule and information on the trip visit: http://www.womensmotoexhibit.com/new-page-1/
I always have a ton of people asking about the kevlar jeans I wear. They are Tobacco Motor Wear for ladies!! They look like regular skinny jeans, are super comfortable and even stretch. They are hot as hell int he summer but I pretty much wear them year round. Here's a link:
Today my Dad and I depart on a 3,000 km trip from Castlegar, BC to our hometown of Prince Albert Saskatchewan and back. I've already rode over 620 kms to get from Vancouver to Castlegar and spent a day at my parents house on the river.
Here's our schedule:
July 1st (Today - CANADA DAY!): Riding just over 300 kms to Radium Hot Springs
July 2nd: Radium Hot Springs - Banff to shoot - Calgary to pick up motorcycle for Dad from Calgary Harley-Davidson
July 3rd: 610 kms Calgary - Saskatoon
July 4th: Saskatoon to Prince Albert - Stay at Grandparents house
July 5th: Prince Albert to Saskatoon – Aunts house
July 6th: Saskatoon to Calgary
July 7th: Calgary to Fernie, BC
July 8th: Fernie to Castlegar, BC – Parents house
July 10th: Castlegar to Vancouver - HOME