Latest blog from Todd Marella. It’s Friday after work and a few of us are gathering at the Heap (@cycleheap) to ready bikes, drink beer, and swap a week’s worth of absurdities learned about our current state of affairs. Two of us are planning on racing the next day, 5 ½ hours away in Spokane, Washington…which is almost Idaho…and nearly Canada. Four days earlier, I had it in my mind that I’d be returning to the track, that I’d fallen in love with two weekends prior, by myself.
Thanks to the wonders of, well, I'm not entirely sure what, Vancouver, Canada's favouerite sons, The Vicious Cycles have made a new song about lockdown, in lockdown! A bunch of Vancouver locals feature in the video, riding around looking interesting, making me wish I lived in British Columbia, not my Podunk, no punk town. C'est la vie. Grass is always greener, right? #music #punk #viciouscycles #Canada
Blog post from Norm Motorcycho! Here are seven of my 'favourite' moto-themed 7-inchers Eddie Kidd - Heavy Metal Eddie Kidd was the English Evel Knievel. He holds many records for distance jumping over trucks and cars in the day, and even beat Robbie Knievel in a Jump-Off in a 1993 contest. Eddie appeared in a number of movies as a stunt double, perhaps his most notable was doubling for Harrison Ford in the the 1979 movie Hanover Street. He also appeared in a few films as an a
An update from Pacific Northwest correspondent, Todd Marella Sunday the 22nd of March wasn’t regular… or common… or without tension. It was the end of the first week of the US largely admitting to itself that the smart money says avoiding contact with other humans unless it is absolutely critical, is the only known way to slow the spread of the Corona virus, known as COVID-19. By the end of the week, the world’s number of confirmed infected cases doubled. I needed something t