A tale of a Boozefighter's former adventures in jackassery in The Land of the Moaning Clam and new adventures back in the Lone Star State and Beyond to the Desert wastes of the Stan's of the world back to the Land of the Moaning Clam and who knows where else to inculde By God Texas and the whatnot! And Shit!

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Riding with the Origional Wild Ones.

Since we didn't head to Daecheon beach because of the rain on Saturday (I hate leaving in the rain) I sat around in the house in my underwear scratching my you know what. Well,today Randy gives me a call that they're just going on a short putt around the lake for a couple of hours so yeah, I'm there.
On Yong-in mountain
Prospect Randy with his daughter who rode on my bike.
Big Daddy
made a coffee stop at the Chinook Cafe.

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Bison Choppers extended version

The Kill Machine. Chopped Softail.

Song-bong, Mr Ahn putting a wheel togeather while a customer hangs around.
Another custom Softail.

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Bison Choppers

Doug and Mi-Young's nose picker Tia.
Mi-Young, the english face of Bison Choppers.
Get on it and ride.
Im, the man behind the maintenance.

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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Feet hurt

The day started off good in the morning at Yokohama convention center
12 hours later....the dogs is barkin' woof woof.

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Monday, March 24, 2008

Anmyeong-Do part 3

Gross, old people kissing.
Helpa me!
Dat mo'fugga was good and shit! Word!

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Anmyeong-Do part 2

Sea Penis... I think Koreans are the only people in the world who eats this because I have no idea WTF it is.
Octopii. Yum Yum!
Baeksajang Harbor
Low tide.

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Da Soju
andu Jim Beamu make for a good night indeed.

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Doug patches out with Rough Riders MC

Rockin' the colors.
No longer a prospect with his brothers.
The bikes lined up outside of Kelly's Bar in Songtan.

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Monday, March 17, 2008

Tales of puttering around...

Well, today I took off for a putt with my bros from a different mother from the Rough Riders MC. When I showed at breakfast at Mickey D's I was informed that I was the impromptu Road Captain for the ride. Thanks a lot for picking me when y'all are the ones asking me if I wanted to ride with you.

So with the power vested in me by mob rule I decreed we ride to Woraksan National Park. What a beautiful day out too. The axiom "I'd rather be out riding my bike on a Sunday thinking about God's creation than sitting in a church thinking about my bike" never held more truth.

Being the speed demon I am I blindly blasted away like we as a club (the Freedom Riders MC) ride I kept leaving everyone behind. They normally keep a pace around 60 mph which is way too slow for me. I treat the Doughnut Roller (my Electraglide) like a piston engine aircraft, set cruise power at anywhere from 3,250 to 4,000 rpm (70 to 90mph) on the open roads. I use the tachometer since my bikes speedo sheath eats up cables as fast as I put them in and it's hard to find another one so I just give up and use engine speed to gauge my terminal velocity since I've already checked it out on GPS.

Doug was riding #2 slot as the safety man and because he rides a Heritage softail that scrapes in the cruves. I spent most of the day tooting along like an old granny looking thru the steering wheel of her caddy land yacht letting them keep their pace. It wasn't until Cloyd got bored riding tail gunner position on his Ultra Classic Electraglide on the way home that we opened it up racing on what little twisties there were left before he hit the super slab of hwy 38 to go home. Then miraculously we all opened it up and I can ride like I really like to.

Eventhough I dressed warm I still had a slight bit of hypothermia when I got home. I think it was the seat being wet from the rain 2 nights before. Assless chaps don't help in the wet or frozen seat department since it went immediately into my jeans.

All in all it was a good day and a slight bit better with the little warmth we had than the usuall freakin' cold winter riding that I'm too stupid to stay away from.

Friday, March 14, 2008

More from Yokohama

OK, I know cool breakers was last October but I have nearly 1,000 pics and I'm sure I'll take another 1,000 pics next year. I'm actually gonna miss it so I can go to Mooneyes next December and take 1,455 pics as per request of my man Marshall.




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For the kiddies

What I love about Japan, smokes and beer (not in this pic) are still sold out of vending machines.

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Friday, March 7, 2008

Guzzi Doug Litteraly in the middle of nowhere

Smack dab in the middle of nowhere in Siberia.

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More of Bubba J at work


More hgih flying High-jinks

Working as the duty officer at Panmunjeom accumpanied by two of the all around lovable congiac guzzleing fuzzball Kim Jeong Il's finest defenders of the Socialist paradise that is North Korea.

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Proof that you can stuff 10 lbs of shit in a 5 lb bag.

Normally working on a Kingair is a piece of cake but this aircraft is rediculous. A real wiring spagetti nightmare.

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