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As I’ve traveled I started paying attention to various art that I would pass, such as – roadside art, murals, statues, plaques, old buildings with their original corporate signs, and more. I found much of the art to be interesting, … Continue reading
Dream Ride 2016 My name is Brian and I am reaching out to all to support the Special Olympic athletes through a fundraiser – Dream Ride 2016 (DreamRide.org). This event is a seven day motorcycle ride from Palm Beach, Florida … Continue reading
Wheels Across the Pond British Car Show 2016 This past weekend I attended the Wheels Across the Pond British Car and Bike Show at Carlin Park in Jupiter, Florida. This was the first time I attended this event. I was … Continue reading
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 2015 Not much to say other than a short video of some of the sites from the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 2015.
Removing Rust From Chrome Using Tinfoil I am not sure if you’ve ever had a need to remove rust from chrome, whether it is a chrome bumper on a car or chrome on your motorcycle, but here is a tip. … Continue reading
The Progressive International Motorcycle Show Miami took place this past weekend. I attended the show to see what was new in the motorcycle industry as well as the custom bike show. Below are a couple pictures from the show and … Continue reading
Great Motorcycle Ride Stops In Central Florida If you are ever in the Central Florida area and you are looking for some great and interesting places to ride to or stop while you are out riding. There are numerous locations … Continue reading
Ft. Lauderdale Antique Car Museum 1527 SW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315 (954) 779-7300 Yesterday I was invited to tour the Ft. Lauderdale Antique Car Museum. This is a hidden little gem in Ft. Lauderdale for the antique car … Continue reading
I purchased a house in June 2015 that I knew needed remodeling completed. The house was originally built in the 1970s with minimal changes made to it since then. Some of the items I saw that needed to be completed … Continue reading