Note from the Editor
We are in December, and this shit show of a year is almost over, and not a moment too soon. We put out a print calendar in November sponsored by the Tribe. They had an event scheduled, which had to be postponed due to the restrictions on gatherings, but are going forward with their toy run out in Parumph on the 13th and 20th, and we will have more details as they are available. This month's Lady of Sin feature and print calendar is sponsored by Rustic Lounge, who just purchased another year of advertising to continue to host the Biker Barbecues there. We are glad to have them back on board, and look forward to another year of this event.
On the subject of the Barbecue, being that it is getting a little cool for the Wet T-shirt Bike Wash, I hope to (once the restrictions on gatherings is eased up) do an annual or twice a year motorcycle only swap meet. The Rustic has a large parking lot in the rear of the building that is largely unused, and perfect for this. I plan to have booths available for a small fee. For a private individual it is $20 for a booth, for a club, it is $30, and for a business it is $40. Items sold are to be motorcycle related only (support gear and such are permitted.) Right now I am hoping to have the first one during the January Biker Barbecue, but again, it is dependent on what our esteemed governor decides is in our best interests.
I am getting close to having the second Raisin Pie show ready on our Vimeo channel, and hope to have content in the near future by the lovely Olivia Rose with "Goddess Olivia's Kitchen" as soon as she can clear space in her schedule, and while we are on the subject of Miss Olivia, I would like to congratulate her on being featured in Business Insider magazine. I am still working on having a co-host for the Raisin Pie show, but encountered an old friend who is comfortable with not only public appearances, but also the motorcycle community. Keep your eyes open on our Vimeo channel for this and other content.
That is about it for now. It appears that things are at least getting close to approaching normality, so let's hope. At the very least we are getting a few rides and runs happening, and as always, we will have the most complete and up to date ride and events calendar for the Las Vegas area, and thank you all for checking in here.