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Marko Lazarevic and his pals had to come up with a zany way to outdo themselves for the Mama Tried / Flat Out Friday goofball class for the 2021 event. The result: a Honda Pacific Coast 800 slammed inside an old discarded Jet-ski.
Just about anyone living in the Midwest will get excited when you tell them it is near 60 degrees on a Saturday in March. It’s as if taking off a layer of clothes also removes the heaviness of winter weighing down on the soul.
We thought it would be fun to ask Jeffery Carver some questions so we can get to know him a bit better. Below you will find his un-edited responses & some photos that represent him and his work/life. Show him and his fellow builders some love!! Say hello when you see them in the crowd at the Show!
I completed my first Saddle Sore 1000 ride through the Iron Butt Association last June on my 2003 H-D Sportster 883, and since that ride, I have checked out the other ride opportunities/challenges that they have.
Lots of folks in the vintage motorcycle scene are familiar with the classic Merle Haggard song about a boy who went astray despite his motherʼs pleading. Or maybe you favor Bob Weirʼs version (I do). In many ways, the song was autobiographical to Haggard. For me, it was a song that a poor kid from the outskirts of San Angelo, Texas could find in his grandfather's record collection, back in the days when grandpas had records like mine did. But let's come back to the song, Mama Tried, in a moment.