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9/11 memorial at Pepperdine University

These photos are of the 9/11 Memorial at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. It is really hot here today. Not muggy, but hot nonetheless. Tanya has been feeling better and asked if I wanted to go for a bike ride where it might be a little cooler. I really did not need much convincing, so we hopped on the Limited and I headed towards to Hwy 1, northbound.

When we got to Pepperdine University in Malibu I could not help but notice all the flags so I pulled over to get a few shots. Apparently this is an annual event to memorialize the attacks of 9/11. There are close to 3,000 flags, each one memorializing one victim. You may notice that they are not all US flags, and those would be to memorialize the non-American citizens that were also killed in the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on 9/11/2001. Continue reading

Bobber Bike Night at Bartels’ Harley-Davidson

These photos were taken at Bartels’ Harley-Davidson last night at their Bike Night. Since many riders are off at Sturgis, Bartels’ had their own mini-Sturgis in their parking lot; which if you closed your eyes and imagined, it was pretty close. There was live music, pretty girls, food, too many cars and it was hot (well, in the beginning; it was a nice ride home. The theme of the evening was to show off your bobber. While my 2006 Night Train is not exactly a bobber in the truest sense of the word, I entered into the contest anyway. I did not place.

I have been doing business with Bartels’ H-D since 1986 when they were tucked in a corner under the Santa Monica Freeway. Today they have a huge facility in Marina del Rey and still provide the kind of service that they have long been known for. If you are looking for a good deal on a nice bike, I have to suggest the dealer of the stars, Bartels’ H-D. Tell them I sent you. Continue reading

A Saturday ride around the South Bay

I picked up a new Canon 5D Mark II the other day and since I need to get some practice in before I feel comfortable photographing events, like the PV Street Fair coming up in a few weeks, I decided to take a ride around the South Bay with a couple friends and put the camera through some real world experience; the way I plan on using it.

We started off by riding around the Palos Verdes Peninsula and ended up at Trump National Golf Club for a beer and a little snack. After spending a little time these we headed over to the Strand Brewing Company in Torrance. There we happened to run into Bonnie, our server from our visit to Rock & Brews a couple weeks ago. As coincidence would have it, she just happened to be there helping out. Strand Brewing has been around a couple years, but I guess they just opened their tasting room a couple weeks or months ago. As one member of our group had to leave, I called Tanya to see if she wanted to join us at Matsuyama Sushi. Naturally, she did so we headed over to the house to pick her up. It was the perfect end to a pretty perfect day. It turns out, I really like the camera too. Continue reading

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