The winning shot is Bones!
So RevZilla got a hold of me a few days ago and said they would love to do a gift card giveaway with a little photo contest right here. Click the RevZilla link and check them out. Personally I ordered a Bluetooth headset from them recently and guess what it showed up!! I never had to ask if it was shipped and I can't say that about the other on-line supply shops. The coolest part of the site is the ADV section. Here's a little link to there new Bell helmets. Anyone want to by me a retro Bell lid???
I will post the photos up on the blog in the order they come in and only use you first name and a location of the photo. Please send to Fattkaw@hotmail.com and include ALL your info if you want the gift card. If you sent me a picture and I have yet to post it please let me know. One guy I know is having issues. I also use thie E-mail --- email@example.com
Mountain north of Highlands, NC.
Dennis at Theodore Roosevelt National Park N. Dakota
Sunday, August 14, 2011
The terrain and layout of US Highway 129 is mountainous with multiple sharp curves, many outside the limits of tractor trailer vehicles' maneuverability. Because of this, the driver of the tractor trailer must compensate for the curves by utilizing the lane of oncoming traffic. This action often times results in vehicles being ran off the road, wrecks, and fatalities. Such a fatality occurred on Wednesday, August 3, 2011. Dwight "Ike" Woodard, a seasoned, experienced, and habitually safe rider, was enjoying a ride with friends on his Triumph Speed Triple. According to law enforcement reports, a tractor trailer rig attempting to utilize US Highway 129 failed to maintain it's lane in a series of curves. The tractor trailer rig crossed into Ike's lane of travel, almost taking up his whole lane. Ike's motorcycle was ran over, but he survived. However, Ike lost his life en route to the hospital due to complications from the wreck.