Tuesday, July 17, 2018

HITW-7 Blo-Blow-Blowout Creek!!!

It's that time of year..
Haggard season, the jangling bells of bliss, sock wringing whirl.
See you at Carver Hangar around 10am

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Mattress Grooming

There's a joy in pushing friction, getting loose, watching friends slide out.. Even if it's in a low speed oval.  Think about nothing for half a dozen circle laps, talk about going in a circle in a circle, even your beer can has a circle top.  Potato salad, picnic table.  Imagine if we were amateur wrestlers, glitter trash in the Elks Lodge.

Otto's was a great summer morning.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Hot days, Tunnel tube.

Here's a few pics from an oppressively hot afternoon blasting through the Columbia Gorge.  One of my favorite routes.  

Monday, October 9, 2017

HITW-6 Farm Field Fry

Hot old film, sand scratches and dog hair..  

Degradation of chronological order, but fairly accurate.  Summer was winding down but the heat was not.  Taylor and Marcus were already out there the day prior, everywhere; on a DynaEnduro marathon.  No shortage of inflatable devices.   

Late to my own thing and we had nowhere to camp.  11am tequila pacing, early birds already buzzing on barstools; others out in the gravel lot leaning where the leaning was good.  No stress in the air..  A lightbulb went off in Tyler's head and within minutes secured us the heat farm.  Stragglers and refuelers rolled up, hot oil mixed with the rich scent of exhaust as bikes started.  Down Willamette, over the St. John's bridge, an oscillating pack of noise down highway 30.  Pristine curves and varied riding styles on their way to the annual campout... and so it went.

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Shirt Sale!!

Shirts for sale HERE Haggard Souvenirs Store...  Very limited run of stuff; pre-order by Sept 15th..  Each shirt will be printed for you in Portland, Oregon.  

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

HITW-6 Gonna Get Lost Again...

Plan has changed Portway at 11.. Map is not 100% accurate 

This is it..  The one you've been waiting for!!
  ---Women, Men and those in-between welcome!  No kids or shitty dogs.
Show up with a full tank, drink a coffee or beer, eat a quick hotdog.  If your bike can't make it 200-300 miles in a weekend.. fix it up?  Also bring cash, make fill ups easy.  If you plan on driving a big ass van or a truck there is no guarantee on parking at the campsite.. Get a loaner bike?  Or bring a bunch of food, water, people, rafts, beer, wood and we'll find you a place to settle in..

 Potential 5-20 miles of dirt roads, bring a cushion, enjoy the river & scenery?  Whatever, see you there.  Crabs.