Sunday, October 12, 2008

Time.....

I just don't have any... Here's the one real nice on track pic of the Moto GP winner from the race in Indy. Our seats were great, as you can tell by my pic there. I simply don't have time to post all of them. I also went to to the Hunnert Car Pileup yesterday. Lots of cool stuff but I did not take too many pictures this year. My wonderful Russian made plastic camera seized up on me and I wasted a roll of film. I think I got a few before the ol Smena gunked up. I'm heading out of town again for work and the wife is sick. I'll try again in a few days. Not complaining here, life is good. Just busy. Gotta rock....

2 comments:

agirlwithacomputer said...

It is starting to get cold outside in the Northern states, riding your motorcycle is a little more of a task then it was in the past summer months, now you have to bundle up and ensure you have the proper gear for the weather. Helmets, while should be worn all year round, become more popular in the colder months as they protect our faces from the bitterly cold winds that used to be warm rays of sunshine. This fall and in to early winter for the die hards who can not garage that beautiful bike may want to dress up their motorcycle helmets with some bling and maybe even a Mohawk. Helmet hair has become pretty popular, there are some bikers who wear it faithfully and sport it as if it were their own doo. The affordable and fun helmet hair and helmet patches can make your helmet more colorful, get you more attention, and even match your personality. So don’t put away the bike yet, grab that helmet to protect your face and slap on a bright blue Mohawk to that old helmet and make it look like new. You can get helmet hair to match your bike, your gear, or just find one that matches your style.

Surly said...

Interesting comment. I always wear my helmet, regardless of the weather. I prefer my head in one piece. As long as the temp outside is above freezing, no lightning, or below freezing and I'm sure it's dry the weather won't really stop me. Thanks for checking in...