I'm missing one spacer . . . Maybe you have one ?
For 2015 . . . I will try to take my motorcycling hobby a step further. Proper dress and motorcycling etiquette are being overlooked in our sport. Whether it be an AMA Club or Outlaw Club . . . a proper dress code uniform is a key aspect of respect - for you as an individual enthusiast, and/or a member of a club - and the sport of motorcycling.
Christmas Day - when Bud is sittin' next to the open fire . . . listenin' to the smooth-n-easy sounds of
Fu Manchu . . . he can "load up" on a few pics of his Noot's Built 1000cc custom built ironhead - almost ready for his resurrected, born again Sporty digger . . . Glory Hallelujah.
just like me & Bob.
Whenever I saw her, I'd say "Hey Margaret !" and she'd tell me some stories, and it was a real treat to talk with her. Margaret (and her husband Mike) are one of Iowa's greatest motorcycling hall-of-famers - and real nice people too . . . (see previous post June 2012 on the Wilsons)
#70 Mark Williams
All three of these racers (Morrison, Hateley and Williams)
had success in their racing careers.
But, I'd like to note that Williams led the AMA GNC Points
for the first few months of the 1976 season -
against the likes of Springsteen, Scott and Aldana.
Williams crashed soon after in his career and was unfortunately paralyzed from the waist down for the remainder of his life. However, it didn't really slow him down much, since he drove boats, snowmobiles and was an excellent remote control airplane operator. He passed away in 2012, but Mark remains a legend in motorcycle flat track racing history.
Pat welded up my gear cover (the front was completely broke off) and I got hours in this thing, and it still ain't done - but, it fits now. Perfecto ! But, still jammin' . . .
Bates - "the little shit one . . . "