Videos I made on my adventures

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Off the beaten path

No one was available to join me on today’s ride, which provides a few benefits. Primarily, I have no time schedule and no one complains about the u-turns. Today I took the Night Train out and rode up I-5 to the 126 west which took me through places like Piru, Santa Paula and Saticoy.

This video is the ride back from Like Piru to the Piru Motocross Park. It was totally unexpected to stumble upon the motocross park, but was entertaining to watch. Some of these guys got some big air. I posted some pictures if you want to check them out.

Was good to get on the road again. Seems like it has been a month since I put any real miles on one of the bikes.

How to make a snow angel, So Cal style

So, a few weeks ago I was talking online to Tanya about her video blog, and we were discussing different things she might be able to do to mix things up. Since one thing they have plenty of out in her neck of the woods is snow, I suggested she make a snow angel. She ended up making a great video that was even picked up by the CBS network in Chicago.

Anyway, I decided to do a how to video on how to make a snow angel when plagued with 70 degree weather all winter. I hope you enjoy.

My 2006 Night Train with Heartland mods

I have noticed several customized Night Train’s on YouTube, so here is my video response to them. This 2006 Night Train was rolled from the local Harley-Davidson dealer to the Heartland facility where they proceeded to add a lowering kit, new fenders, wheels, exhaust, mirrors, lamps, lower legs and much more. Essentially,they used this bike to take to different dealerships to show them how easy it is to add their parts.

I scored it when they had to upgrade for the newer models. I have to admit, this is now my favorite bike to ride for anything under 300 miles.

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