Thumping around Long Beach -We had the pleasure working with Shoei North America in helping launch their new JO helmet. It’s a classic throw back 3/4 helmet but with the quality only Shoei can produce. Thank you as always with the support in our racing!
2007 Triumph Scrambler 104,586 miles - We traveled up to Santa Cruz to see the launch of the new Royal Enfield 650 twins. We came. We partied. Now to ride home. Thank you to Royal Enfield for the invite and amazing release event.
Still can’t believe I’m still in Nevada City! @sierrastakeout doesn’t end till I’m leave I guess. 🤷🏼♂️ It’s bitter sweet because of the friendships I have here but I’m ready to get on the road! The last parts I need will be here tomorrow and then I’m #Milwaukee bound! #workitout#ihatefun#ispeakgood#drinkupandbesomebody#805#tresnoir#thewisehatter#ramblingman#Repost @liverbashers
Just about 2 weeks ago we took a road trip on our bikes down to Cisco Grove, CA for @sierrastakeout from Portland, OR to hang with friends old and new. The beer was flowing, we partied into the weee hours of the night and woke up without fail with a hangover. To doing this sh*t every year. Forever! 🍻Pictured here, @dumptruck_ the host of the event and damn funny guy. More pics to come.
Today has felt like a complete waste of my time. Unemployment made me show up to a mandatory class to provide information on job searching. It was not helpful and instead of letting me do my usual job searching it went over about googling jobs and utilizing their website. This class took over two hours, so glad I’m going to a concert tonight. I decided to wear my Kirby as Link shirt from @boxlunchgifts. I also wore my necklace from @thewreckerdmill and high top @converse (I’m thinking of getting them in white)
Today is National Root Beer Float Day. I don’t like floats, I’m more of a shake person. .
Today in history in 1945 at 8:16 am the American bomber Enola Gay dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. 80,000 people were killed in the blast and another 35,000 were injured as a result of the blast. Another 60,000 would be dead by the end of the year from the effects of the fallout from the bomb. There were 90,000 building in Hiroshima before the bomb dropping and only 28,000 remained after. The second atomic bomb would be dropped the next day. Dropping these bombs was a decision by President Truman. He believed dropping the bomb would prevent a greater loss of American life when US was to invade Japan.