Saturday, February 26, 2011


Going to to Barley and Hops on Temecula Parkway at 5:00pm to properly send Todd off to his home state of Indiana. Come on down and have a pint!

Friday, February 25, 2011

Derringer Cycles

Brand Spankin' new Board Track Racers for the around town racer... If these didnt have the price tag that they do I would have just found my 50cc Beer Booter Racer for the new Booter 50cc club.


Monday, February 21, 2011



A Belgian Style IPA

The Brewery:
The Roman name for the Low Counties - is a marriage of the best in American and Belgian brewing traditions. Belgian pilsner malt, a generous amount of American and European hops and a unique Belgian yeast strain combine to give Belgica big notes of citrus and spice, creating a lively concoction perfect for spring in the Rockies - or the Ardennes. 7.2% ABV

Professional Opinion:
The Great Divide Belgica poured a light honey color with a very small quickly dissipating foamy white head followed by light lacing.
The nose isn't over the top but does touch on a proper Belgian beer with a hint of tangy, spicy dirty yeasty is the best way to put it.
The flavor has a proper Belgian yeasty note of spice , fruity pear and dirty yeast that all Belgian lovers crave. Followed with a white peppery, floral clove, lemony citrus backed by a decent malty backbone from the hops that finishes with a fruity sweetness.

Personal Opinion:
I have had there Hades when Creepy Dylan rolled over for the Xmas Sixer with this beauty of a beer. Not being disappointed its almost the same beer with a bit of Hops added. I prefer this one out of the bottle, I think it ours rather poorly and the nose can be a bit much at times. I would say if comparing this beer to a Duvel or something of that nature - well, you cant! But if you were then for what it is, slightly lighter than most Belgian beers its a drinker not a sipper. The lack of yeast is what throws me off. Most Belgian beers are bottle conditioned which helps create that funky yeast flavor that we all like so much. The yeasty dirt wasn't apparent in the bottle and the body of the beer wasn't there backing my speculation.
Great Beer for what it is, very good representation of a beer that tried soooo hard to be Belgian and it shows, maybe over compensating in flavor instead of body. This Beer gets a solid B *** three stars

Presidents Day - FAIL!

Happy BDay Son

I ment to post this yesterday but I hit "save now" instead - anyhow, yesterday was my sons bday, After Whompy left and my son woke up from his nap the Grandparents came over with a cake and we celebrated. Had to keep it low key since my wife and my son are sick, but next week - SEA WORLD !

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Doin our Thang

Whompy and I dug deep today into my daily by literally ripping out the entire wiring harness and figuring out what does what.
In the mean time we took some time to fit the new tank and mock the fairing. This isnt the mounting position but non the less gives me an idea how I want it.

Beer Booter Jeans

Saturday, February 19, 2011


I called up my buddy Dutch over at Airtech a month or so ago and asked him about different fairings. After we threw around some ideas at each other we both came to the conclusion, this one is rad and belongs on me bike....I picked it up Friday and Im going to fit it manana while Whompy gets busy on the Triumph wiring.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Vintage Style Leather Pants

These have done me good, and now they can do the same for you...Go For it>>>>>>>>

Size 36, fir like 33/34 and can be taken in or out for you half sizers. Super good quality, thick leather and made in America. $110 shipped

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

At least I tried!

Uncles 47 F Model

My good Buddy "Cop Todd" sent this picture of his uncle rollin on his 47 F. Super cool dude, mostly for not knowing that these are absolutely my favorite bike's in the world...
See Bill, I like HD's!

Monday, February 14, 2011


06' Triumph Thruxton Fork Tubes, Included are the tubes, internals and Progressive Fork Springs.