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Friday, October 17, 2014

Demon's Death Ride - October 31st

Ton-Up Minneapolis announced the 2014 Demon's Death Ride and it will happen Halloween night, 10/31.  It starts at Town Hall Lanes and ends at Club Jager.  I went last year and it was fun (but very cold).  You can see my blog posts from the 2013 ride by clicking HERE.

Friday, October 3, 2014

Stay Current

I have a large backlog of photos from 2014 events to edit and post that will probably take me months to work through.  However, I almost always post a handful of photos during (or shortly after) the events I attend on Instagram / Facebook / Twitter.

Monday, September 29, 2014

First Thursday Night

After I left bike night earlier this month, I rode around the city for a little while.  It was a beautiful night so I got some photos in Boom Island Park with the moon and Minneapolis skyline behind the bike and then rode over to get a few photos near the Lowry Ave Bridge.

The photos look pretty good in black-and-white too.  Do you remember when I would only post black-and-white photos to the blog?

Don't forget... this Thursday is First Thursday!

Sunday, September 28, 2014

First Thursday - September 2014 - Part 3

Here's a handful of Harleys from First Thursday bike night at Dulono's Pizza.

First up is this cafe racer-style Sportster.  The custom shift linkage is really cool.

Performance-oriented Sporty:

This Sportster appears to be designed to carry a wheelchair.  That's pretty awesome if that's the case.  I wish I had taken a closer look at the hand and foot controls to see if/how they were modified.

Yellow Sporty with a springer.

I wrap up this month's coverage with a blacked out big twin in the grass.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

First Thursday - September 2014 - Part 2

There was a great turnout for First Thursday at Dulono's Pizza earlier this month.

As usual, there was a wide variety of bikes - something for everyone...

Japanese chops:

A stripped down Beemer:

A motorcycle-vacuum-cleaner combo:

Honda with plumbing parts:

Classic Triumph:

Creative combinations:

Cartoon characters & Muppets:

...and this Venom SS.

Harleys (mostly Sportsters) are up next.
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