A video about the somber feeling one gets when riding season comes to a close- when we often hold on to each last moment the sun is still kissing the asphalt and the roads are still dry. Hopping on a motorcycle after work for even the shortest jaunt can be a meditative experience. Filmed over the course of two days, I did my best to explain to Taylor what I was conveying with the footage of him riding Skyline at Sunset. Most of my explanations came out in somewhat fragmented sentences… but… Continue Reading »
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Stills from the video I shot today and earlier this week. Should be cool when it’s done, I’m happy with my footage. Big thanks to Taylor Ramsauer (pictured) for cooperating (mostly) with my requests.
Lots of bikes out and about today and a lovely 90 mile jaunt on the Maxim. Ended up stopping at Skyline Tavern because there were so many people there (about 4 more than pictured). Best thing about riding today (besides riding in general) was getting to wear my short leather gloves. So much more comfy than the winter gloves I have.
Today while out on a ride, Justin and I spotted a few bikes pulling up to this cute Tavern up on Skyline (one of the more popular riding roads in Portland). We went back to grab some coffee and see what it was about. Turns out, it’s freaking awesome! From the outside, it looks unassuming and quaint… and it is, but it’s also so much more. An old school “Saloon” sign dons the front of the old west styled building. Two big Harleys, a single cylinder BSA, and a vintage Yamaha were… Continue Reading »