Duane and Alex began their journey to the Kernville Kampout from our house. I had the pleasure of driving the truck and carried everyone's gear. We headed down the 10 to pick up Rico and a little future down the road we met up Alex's dad, Arturo. We then hooked up with long time friends Eric, Whitney and Joel off of the 395. There were a few issues along the way but nothing major. Rico and Arturo took turns holding down the end as each bike didn't seem to enjoy the steep hills to Kernville.
A random couple that joined us along the way.
Rico always seems to enjoy himself.
Gas stop where there was no gas. Lucky for us we had few cans of the liquid gold and Rico "borrowed" some from Arturo's Harley.
20 miles from our destination and Alex's bike decided it wanted to ride in the truck.
But not before trying numerous times to fix it.
Big thanks to Biltwell for throwing one hell of a party.
I'm VERY fortunate to know many talented folks. My good friend Holly Anderson joined forces with Josh Sheehan and Ian Clark to create Basket Case Magazine. The magazine was started to focus on their scene of bikes, photographers, runs, clubs, and artists.Take a moment to check out my one on one with Holly, www.chopcult.com.
Dice Magazine Issue 69 Release / Brooklyn Invitational pre-party at The Gutter in Brooklyn the night before the Brooklyn Invitational, Friday September 23rd. Daniel Irons will be DJing and it's going to be a fantastic weekend!