Category Archives: motorcycles

A Study by US Department of Commerce finds that Motorized Recreation is a Major Economic Engine

The latest issue of the American Motorcyclist had this article inside: “A landmark study by the U.S. Department of Commerce states that outdoor recreation contributed $373.7 billion to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product in 2016, accounting for 2 percent of … Continue reading

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THE 2018 NAHA NITRO HILL CLIMB NATIONALS COMES TO CARNEGIE ON APRIL 13th to the 15th; AND DON’T MISS THE LAST HILL CLIMB PUT ON BY THE HORNE FAMILY AT CARNEGIE ON MARCH 17, 2018

The North American Hill Climbers Association (NAHA) is the most prestigious organization in the sport of hill climbing in America. The NAHA is an organization of professional hill climb competitors and events held primarily in the western United States. The … Continue reading

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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Organizing my garage

My painter/handyman, Jaime Ibarra, said that he could fix my garage if I took everything out of it. One of the main supports was rotten and he had to replace it. When I got my stuff out of the garage … Continue reading

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Cooking Shows or Motocross Racing (your choice)

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Another Important Message from the American Motorcycle Association – We Have No Time to Lose

Support the California OHV Program Vote Yes on AB 1077! The California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation program is slated for renewal due to a sunset provision that was included in the previous program authorization. Unlike Senate Bill 249, which the … Continue reading

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Yamaha YZR3 a Modest little Road Bike That Looks Like a Million Bucks

The other day I saw the Yamaha R-3 Super Sport sitting on the showroom floor at Berkeley Honda, Yamaha. While I admired the bike because of its affordability (about $4,990.00), it was still a little too expensive for my limited … Continue reading

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