The world we live in is certainly different then 200 years ago. Modern roads, modern vehicles, modern medicine all make our lives far easier than our ancestors. There are people around the world who do not have these advantages.
French fries taste good anywhere, seriously I can’t think of anywhere that eating french fries wouldn’t be some level of awesome. Add cheese, and bacon…. and I turn into Homer Simpson looking at a donut.
This recipe is pretty high brow for the foods I normally would make. I stumbled on the recipe and gave it a try. All I can say is WoW! Just give this Pan Bagnat with Fennel a try before you say no way.
Biltwell Inc builds new products with old school cool designed right in to every bolt, screw, nut, and fabric they use to make their extensive product line.
Most people think of riding position and conjure up images of an elbow out and knee down. I am talking about your relationship to the handle bar and pegs. I recently let go of one of the motorcycles in my garage because of this relationship. I couldn’t ride it without … Continue reading
Riding boots by their nature or either stylish or protective. Stylmartin crafts boots that are both. Check out their full line up here.
The new inRoute 5.1 update adds seven custom route types based on the weather, elevation, or curviness of routes. For example, a family planning their summer road trip can create routes with the lowest temperatures or least precipitation; travelers towing a trailer may favor routes with the least elevation gain for … Continue reading
I really don’t know why this is a called Hillbilly Fish but I don’t always name the recipes we share. What I will say is the addition of dressing to the cooking of fish is a tasty topping and really adds some flavor to your meal.
No Ordinary Passenger is a short film about the life and racing career of sidecar racer Stan Dibben. The documentary, directed by Cabel Hopkins, looks at Dibben’s 1953 two man team that won the World Sidecar Championship and other racing feats from his long career.
The next time you think about your motorcycle walk over to it and do this five-minute drill. Doing this drill will reduce your chances of crashing, improve your bike’s handling, and help your have better control with the most powerful component on your motorcycle.