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I am a super passionate guy who loves to tell stories about motorcycles and photography. I am blessed to make a living doing what I love. Here you will find my articles, opinion pieces, and ramblings regarding these topics. All opinions and statements are my own, they are genuine, and remain uninfluenced by outside parties.

Some articles featured here are syndicated from publications where I am a regular contributor. 

All photos are typically my own but occasionally I have some really talented friends and photographers shooting my ugly mug. In those instances, proper photo credit is given. 

The Woodsman Makes Me Want to Get Lost In The Woods

August 04, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Based out in San Jose, California, Blood Brothers Inc. is a small motorcycle company known for their military ammo box mounts for Triumph modern classics just released their first motorcycle build. A swank looking forest hopping machine called “The Woodsman. “ The motorcycle’s new owner (Marcus) made the bold choice to cash-out from the tech world...
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Out Shooting The 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang for Automobile Magazine

July 26, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
"Hey, what are you doing on Saturday?" Asked my friend, Jonathon Klein. "Nothing of note," was my response. "Probably going for a ride or doing a little writing." We're doing a video with a track designed American muscle car and I am going to see if I can make my dad puke for his 6oth birthday. Do you want to come shoot this craziness? "Yeah, I'...
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Ducati Globetrotter 90 Project: The Final Seven Riders

June 27, 2016  •  1 Comment
It’s official! I have been chosen by Ducati as one of their adventure riders in the Globetrotter 90 Project. Myself and six other riders (all of us are below) will rally around the world utilizing one Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro in celebration of Ducati’s 90th anniversary. Not only am I truly honored to have been chosen after proving my abili...
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The Ducati Globetrotter 90 Boot Camp

June 17, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
We all have bucket lists. Places we wish to travel or things we want to do in life before we pass on. High on my own list was a trip to italy. I envisioned myself simply enjoying delicious food, drinking wine, and taking in the countryside via motorcycle or scooter. Nothing major. Last week I got that chance---if only for a day---and it nothing sho...
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2016 MV Agusta Brutale 800 Review

February 02, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I'm currently writing this article from seat 14c in economy class somewhere over the Atlantic. I lucked out and my tall ass got a full row to myself for the longest portion of the trip. Destination: the lovely Spanish city of Marbella, right along the Mediterranean Sea, for the MV Agusta Brutale 800 World Press Launch. I'm killing the 15 hour fligh...
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A Month with the 2016 Kawasaki Z800 - Full Bike Review

January 19, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Naked bikes/streetfighters are svelte, sexy, aggressive, fast, and oh so much fun in the city and back roads. Primed for wheelies when hopping on any freeway or jumping off the line at a stop light (not recommended, but easy to engage), nimble and perfect for splitting lanes during times of congestion, and delightful in the canyons or on the track...
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Big Man, Small Bike - LiveMotoFoto Does UMRA Mini-Moto

December 09, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I am insistent on telling the world about the marvels that can be had with small displacement motorcycles. Today I went one step further. You may have caught a recent article detailing my i nstant addiction to Mini-Moto racing after witnessing a UMRA 24 endurance race. I got it in my head a couple weeks later to head out to Adams Motorsports Park...
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Living (and Dying) with the Royal Enfield Continental GT - Full Bike Review

December 03, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
There is no denying that cafe racers continue to trend in the United States' major urban areas. Cruisers still dominate overall sales, but you can't throw a rock in Los Angeles, New York or San Fransisco without hitting a Bonneville, vintage CB, or BMW. Since this is the current trend, a little company (well, not little) out of India named Royal E...
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Mini-Moto LeMans - The UMRA 24 Hour Endurance Race

November 24, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
It’s 4pm, 92 degrees, and I'm in 3rd gear barreling down a dirt road at 70 mph somewhere in California's Apple Valley. The All Wheel Symmetrical drive on my Impreza is fully engaged as I loosely skate along the arid surface. Minimal inputs keep me in control. More aggressive inputs force controlled drifts through a couple of corners. I figure befor...
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First Ride - Royal Enfield Classic 500

June 29, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Today I feel like i’ve traveled back in time and it was a pure delight to have a little feeling of analogue in this modern digital world. The Royal Enfield Classic 500 is just that, a bare bones modern classic that undeniably captures the era of yesteryear while incorporating some creature comforts of the modern age. When I would tool around tow...
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A Motorcyclist's Addition to: Motorcyclists: Please Stop Being Sanctimonious Assholes

June 11, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
There’s an article going around authored by Damon Lavernic in Lanesplitter asking Motorcyclists to stop being sanctimonious assholes. I happen to agree with almost every word of his article, but there are some points that need to be added. Here are my two cents... I ride, commute and split lanes every day in perhaps the most offensive “use your ph...
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2015 Star Bolt C-Spec Review

June 09, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Where café racer meets cruiser, the Star Bolt C-Spec is a fun new take on the wildly successful Bolt and Bolt R-Spec. I had the opportunity to get some saddle time with the C-Spec over the course of a couple weeks. This won’t be a huge tech review of the bike, there are plenty of articles on specs out there for the gear heads to nerd out over…this...
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Los Angeles to Portland On A Honda - Part One

May 25, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
February brought about cold temperatures across the United States, but not so much on the west coast. In southern California, we are plagued with nearly perfect weather 95 percent of the year, and much of that good fortune extends up toward central and northern California. Along the coast, our statesman to the north experience moderate amounts of c...
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The 2015 Honda CB1100 Deluxe Bike Review

March 23, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Modern. Refined. Retro. Timeless. The 2015 CB1100 DLX harks back to the days of the old. Emulating the spirit and design of the Honda CB750, it does a fantastic job of melding classic aesthetics with modern design. Honda really went all out in designing this bike and it shows. At first glance, the Honda CB1100 DLX looks a bit boxy (mainly becaus...
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The Best of The One Motorcycle Show

February 20, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Whether it's a bike built in a shed, a garage, a living room or done by a master builder that makes more profit on his t-shirts than bikes, you'll find them all under one roof at the One Motorcycle Show in Portland. Only in it's 6th year, the show has grown exponentially, pulling in builders and fans from all over the US. We decided to take the lo...
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