Archive for 'Gypsy Bikers'
Posted on 27. Feb, 2014 by admin.
by Scooter Tramp Scotty Kerekes One of the strangest aspects of a drifter’s life is the fact that he has almost no permanent reality of his own. Almost every man has his own reality; his job, woman, friends, family, home, dog, etc. The things he loves and things he only tolerates in his world. In […]
Posted on 27. Jan, 2014 by admin.
By Scooter Tramp Scotty Kerekes The time in Billings, Mt. had been unusually strange, if not a little fantastic; but the story I’d like to tell now would not begin until two weeks later in Kansas. It was just after Sturgis and while on the road to Montana that the weld on my transmission’s shifting […]
Posted on 24. Oct, 2013 by admin.
by Scooter Tramp Scotty Kerekes Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction… The mid winter air was pleasingly warm. I wore only jeans and T-shirt as the old Electra Glide beat its familiar rhythm against the broken pavement of this little third-world highway. Beyond the roadside, lush foliage rolled easily across the land and brought almost […]
Posted on 08. Jul, 2013 by admin.
By Ursula The BROAD Thanks again to HD OpenRoad for posting my journey. I suppose I have some catching up to do so folks interested might see what I’ve been up to since taking to the motorcycle gypsy life. Now keep in mind, I was formerly a suburban wife, mother, and full time employee (since […]
Posted on 12. Jun, 2013 by admin.
by The BROAD, Ursula I guess it’s fair to say I’m just an average girl with an above average desire to be different. I’ve never been a conformist or much of a trend follower. I tried some of the girlie things like cheerleading, modeling, and crafts, but it just wasn’t all of who I am. […]
Posted on 28. Mar, 2013 by admin.
by Scooter Tramp Scotty Kerekes Memories of the tropical Hawaiian Islands were only a week old as I strained to look through the bug-spattered windshield of the old Electra Glide. Ahead, Hwy 80 now stretched across the boring plains seemingly forever. I was definitely in Wyoming. But hey, I was headed for the Sturgis Motorcycle […]
Posted on 04. Feb, 2013 by admin.
By Scooter Tramp Scotty Kerekes The international border crossing at Tijuana and the well known tourist town of Cabo San Lucas at the southern tip of Baja are separated by a single strip of semi rough pavement that passes through 1,000-miles of sometimes spectacular desert. It had been five weeks since I’d crossed into Mexico […]
Posted on 05. Jan, 2013 by admin.
By Scooter Tramp Scotty Kerekes A Typical Poor White-Boy Meets Rich Mexican Girl Story The bedroom was plush, and the luxury it offered undeniable. I sat alone at my desk poking at computer keys in an effort to produce something worthy of print. The servants would be knocking soon. By now they knew how I […]
Posted on 03. Dec, 2012 by admin.
By Michelle Hope I was in limbo, the only thing I knew was that I did NOT want to go back to the status quo. Go to work, give my soul, spend my paycheck, back to work, give more of my soul, spend more money, then back to work… I was illustrating some children’s books […]
Posted on 31. Oct, 2012 by admin.
By Michelle Hope The East Coast motorcycle rally season was coming to an end, the prior few months a blur of work, ride; work, ride. Having spent the winter in Florida, I started the season at Daytona Beach and followed the rallies to Myrtle Beach, SC – then Laconia, NH. The New York Classic Rendezvous […]
Posted on 07. Oct, 2012 by admin.
by Scooter Tramp Scotty Kerekes Wind Camp is the fifth story in a series which I’ve been calling: “Just a trip across the country with Scooter Tramp Scotty”. It’s a running account of the 1,800 mile ride from the mountains of eastern Tennessee to the Sturgis rally in South Dakota this year (2012). The trip […]