Creating a better customer experience was one of my first priorities after arriving at Gateway Harley-Davidson. Coming from the Metric World, it didn’t take long for me to notice that every H-D dealer has a bell. Go to any dealer’s social media (Facebook page) and you will no doubt find a video of a customerContinue reading “Let Freedom Ring”
A few months ago I went to Texas and rode the all new Royal Enfield Himalayan at an off-road park. Flying Tiger sent me down to the launch party at the TexPlex an offroad motorcycle facility about 45 minutes south of Dallas. Here are my thoughts: “I’m a pretty novice offroad rider. That fact became very clearContinue reading “Himalayan Press Launch”
Meet Milo, a “Brat Fighter” who has a mix of traditional brat, cafe, classic values and style but was started with a more modern platform. In it’s basic form this particular bike would be a classic European Street Fighter candidate. To effectively brat a modern Kawasaki in theory shouldn’t work and being a sportier bikeContinue reading “Brat Fighter: A Definition”
Do you remember the exact moment when motorcycling first inspired you? It only takes a split second to ignite a passion that will endure a lifetime. I have always had toy motorcycles, especially growing up, whether they were for my G.I. Joes or Ninjas turtles to ride or just 1:10 scale models. I didn’t grow up likeContinue reading “The Moment”
I took on a project full time this past December and have been deep in the trenches building the Flying tiger brand. Eric does a great job building some of the cleanest and most well thought out bikes you’ll ever see. However, for as great of a builder he is, a hype man he isContinue reading “Flying Tiger Motorcycles”
Quick edit of some drone work I have done.
In the St. Louis area, there has been one constant with my Rival House Meats – weird cars and good food. We recently had the opportunity to hold another get-together at one of our favorite pieces of Saint Louis Automobilia. Not only that, they put us on the menu for the night. Rival Style burgersContinue reading “Rival House Meats”
As I’m sure most are aware, Midwest Drift Union and I parted ways late last year. They decided to go in a different direction while I left quietly. I was later picked up by a new outfit with a newer spin on drifting. With my focus no longer stretched thin on things like sponsor relations, podium prizesContinue reading “Change in the air”
This year, I’ve decided to get back into the driver’s seat and reignite the passion that got me into cars as a profession. I’ll be taking my 1987 RX7 Turbo II to various events and test the durability of my built rotary engine wizardry. Feel free to follow the progress of my endeavors on instagram.Continue reading “Refueling the passion”
After a long hiatus of Enthusiast Apparel’s blog “Heel Toe Hero.”, it’s back and better than ever! You’ll find myself and OMGdrift.com’s Nick Quigley back where we both got our start in talking about cars on the internet.
Here’s a video from Subject Media Group at the 2015 St. Louis Auto Show. I was given the opportunity by a dear friend to pump up my home crowd for the drift demos. I’m sure you’ve heard of this guy – most of you know him as the voice of drifting, Jarod DeAnda. He had aContinue reading “STL Auto Show 2015”
Darren @ Subject Media Group knocks it out of the park again. Being a part of MDU the past few years has been a blast.
It all starts with Tonka trucks & Hot Wheels. It then evolves into a passion for almost anything with wheels. If you told me when I was five that I’d have driven as many different types of cars as I have by the time I was 30, I would have thought you were crazy. MoreContinue reading “Rust is Not a Crime”
We did it again, official MDU streets of Detroit video is up.
A little over a year and a half ago, I was talking to a friend of mine who makes this neat comic book jewelry and other things. I randomly told her I wanted to do that with Initial D and she should put Bunta on a lighter. Well she did it, and I couldn’t keepContinue reading “Bunta Lighters: A Look Back”
I recently brought together two friends in a professional environment, and it was awesome. Matt has been a close friend of mine for a very long time, I actually got my start in automotive events thanks to him some 10 years ago. He has been doing these great videos giving musical artists a chance toContinue reading “Studio Time”
With Midwest Drift Union moving forward for our fifth year, we decided a re-branding was in order. Jon nailed the logo down and then I focused on stepping up our trophy game. I had remembered Scott at Izzy’s Custom Cages recently bought a plasma cutter and has been cutting out track maps with it. WeContinue reading “New Season, New Look!”
Worked with Enthusiast Apparel on this voice over for their commercial that aired on BBC’s Top Gear in the US Market. Yes, that’s the “good one”.
Here it is, I make appearances at 0:40, 1:10, and 8:40. There are also our drivers doing rad stuff too, but I’m allowed to be conceited here.
Looks like the footage from our event in Detroit keeps rolling in. This comes to us from Mike Gualdoni . While it’s not necessarily timely by any means, it’s a mixture of both the event and some of his and OMGdrift.com photographer Nick Quigley’s adventure in the Packard Plant. He’s moving to Wyoming soon to pursue a jobContinue reading “More Detroit Radness”