Note from the Editor
We are now in November, and runs and events are finally still going strong. We did our first successful Biker Barbecue back at the Rustic Lounge in October, and it was very memorable, thanks to the lovely Elina, who you will see at several upcoming events (including the Rebel Bastards Annual, where she and 7 other girls will be doing a "wet t-shirt bike wash." She has expressed a desire to be involved in as many events as I can put her in on, so look for this lovely personable young lady at upcoming events.
We also have a new page on the site. Out N About is a kind of tribute to the old Easyrider's In the Wind feature where the viewer (that would be you) submits photos that they have taken to share with the riding community. In the modern age where everyone is carrying a camera on the smart phone in their pocket, we all have a surplus of photos. Instead of just keeping them on your phone for yourself, why not share them with the riding community. Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Look forward to your motorcycle related photo submissions.
Finally, the first Raisin Pie Show was put up, and I anticipate the second to be online shortly. If all goes as planned, I will have Elina joining me as co-host, as she is much more pleasant to look at (not to mention, very willing to show some skin, which is never a bad thing.) I am working on getting sponsors for the print calendar and Lady of Sin feature, but have nothing confirmed yet.
The number of you who are tuning in to the site to keep up with what is happening is going back up, which tells me that people are ready to get back out and do shit, and I want to thank all of you for supporting this site. One final note here before I go. I would like to express my condolences to the Red Riderz on the loss of their founiding member, Uncle Kenny. Kenny was cheif of the Blue Diamond volunteer fire fighters and was a very well respected member of the motorcycle community who always had a smile and a friendly greeting for everyone and he will be greatly missed by the entire motorcycle community here in Las Vegas.