I hadn't seen it. Pretty cool stuff. This is the second time I've bumped into Rikki Rocket through one of my interests. The first time was when he built a sport rocket that was featured in High Powered Rocketry magazine a few years back. I don't even know what band he plays/played in, but I guess he's OK by me...
guy is kinda an idiot. if you listened to his band you pretty much suck ass, we saw him snowboarding back in the late 80's durring the height of his shitty bands success... anyway...we pummeled him and his crew with snowballs. losers
tex btw... bad 80's glam rock is way worse that hippie crap. so you are kinda cool
frank, since jbs gone, i think were the oldest nes here, we gotta set these kids straight!! are you going to the banquet?? i need to talk to you about some gear if youre going to be there and want to extend your past invitations.
There is some old documentary I saw years ago about the mods v. rockers fights. Lots of cool old cafe racers and vespas. Quadraphoena (sp) is also a good look at the culture of the time.
Thise movie although it looks like it has some good scenes, seems like the same eletiest bullshit the harley guys pull with their motorcycle shows (you know...it's a harley and we make fun of anybody riding something different). Still it makes the So-Cal scene look way better than the NYC scene which is practically nonexistant.
socal is pretty cool but by far the coolest scene is the bay area. sf kicks ass. bad assed cars, and bad assed bikes without the shitty attitude. just my opinion. the big $$$ roll in socal. which is cool, but i like the dirtier norcal scene myself.
I forget who it was, but last year there was a magazine that published the friendliest and least friendly motorcycle cities. San Fran was rated the most friendly motorcycle city and not surprisingly NYC was near the bottom. San Fran has public motorcycle parking which blows my mind because NYC won't even consider anything like that. In fact the traffic and parking laws in NYC are the most unfriendly thing about the place. IF the city promoted motorcycling riding instead of punishing riders it would solve a lot of traffic problems.
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