The Art of Bryan Fuller

The Art of Bryan Fuller

When Bryan Fuller’s dad pulled up to the family driveway with a 1965 Mustang and announced that he had just bought it and was going to restore it, soup up the engine and burn the rubber off, the younger Fuller didn’t believe it. Bryan admits, “I was a shit head 8th...
Youth Will Be Served

Youth Will Be Served

by James C. Moore The last time I saw the Pawnee National Grasslands I was driving a beat up old Ford from Burlington to Greeley, Colorado. I was a radio announcer on my way to do the play-by-play of a high school football game on the Western Plains. The native blue...
The Obsession of Jessica Haggett

The Obsession of Jessica Haggett

Somewhere in a canyon on the 150 south and east of Salt Lake City, Utah, Jessica Hagget is riding her Harley Dyna Low Rider. She continues up into Evanston, Wyoming, then eventually ends up on I-84 heading west. One hundred and fifty miles later, she’s back home. Does...
What Racing MotoGP Taught Can Akkaya

What Racing MotoGP Taught Can Akkaya

Can Akkaya stands in front of a group of rapt listeners at a local dealership that has the marketing savvy to invite people like him to talk about what they know about motorcycles. In Can’s case, that would be racing. He’s a former MotoGP guy who was riding as fast as...
Vintage motorcycles, second chances and Shasta Smith

Vintage motorcycles, second chances and Shasta Smith

I get off the freeway and head down a surface street on my way to The Vintage Monkey. I soon find myself riding through the old warehouse district of Sacramento. An area of half-used buildings and old brick structures filled with non-profits intent on helping the...
When Fashion Meets Motorcycles

When Fashion Meets Motorcycles

It was only a matter of time before fashionable gear for women started gaining some traction. Well over a year ago, we interviewed Ginger Damon of Gigi Montrose and Arlene Battishill of GoGoGear. Both of whom decided enough was enough when it came to trying to fit a...
Joe Popp’s Over America

Joe Popp’s Over America

It’s funny how a single event or thing can affect a person. Take Joe Popp, for instance. A ride on his brother’s mini-bike and witnessing a righteous guitar performance at church at the age of 7 set in motion a series of events that would lead to where Joe’s at today...