Live To Ride
THE LAST BIKER!
The Last Biker...The old ones stand out now, their numbers dwindling down. They're sad loss to the American scene, these individualists with the worn down clothes, saddles and faces. You can still see them sometimes, the real ones, some in packs, not as large as a while ago, sometimes alone.
The alone one is the best. One who's been there a long time, staying in the life he loves, never giving into a system that sucks you up like a vortex if you slip just one foot into it. He's got his connections - a few like him that care for and protect each other. Hanging onto the only unique lifestyle left, like old dinosaurs, their faces are leathered and rough by forty, but their eyes still sharp and knowing.
Some are gray in the beards and braids, some are limp in their step and some pain in the kidneys. Still they know that no other life is life, but merely a dreary journey into everyone else's monotony. He looks at the new ones, and then turns away, knowing they will never know of life on the road and of the women who can take it. Wild, loving women who'll hang in with them, because they love it too. Women with wild hearts and loyal souls, that's what's needed here.
The new ones are shiny and young and a bit too clean. They're born into a system that has an iron grip now. The new one's don't seem to know and couldn't take "the life".
I think it's a mystery, even to the old ones, why this life is theirs, but it is, and it's the only one.
When the last biker falls, like the dinosaurs, the sun will go down on a breed of heart-of-gold, tough as nails, free of spirited men, who even at their worst, love what's theirs and protect it. In a worldwide system that is making all people as alike as manufactured dolls, the earth will be a duller place...when the last biker falls.
A WITNESS FOR GOD EVERY BIKER SHOULD HERE
EVEL'S LONGEST JUMP EVER
Ballard Pennington (Flying Jenny) <T.R.G.>
Songs from the dashboard of the (Orange Blossom Special) one more time for the man that Inspired Me,
Ride On (flying Jenny) Love you Dad.
Gone to be with the Lord but not forgotten
Larry Barry (Bigin) <B.C.B.>
Gary V. Dillaha
Gary V. Dillaha
Dewey William McDowell - 1956-2011
Bike Week 2013
Bike Week 2014
A blast from the past
Goose Creek Symphony
Let's get back to the shack
Interview with Charlie
Goose On the Lake 2009
COME SEE US June 3 & 4 2011
Goose on You Tube