By Talya Adams In the last installment of my interview with Vincent Perry we discuss LA traffic, splitting lanes, and the importance of looks. Let’s get into it! T: Comparatively, was there less traffic in your hometown? V: Significantly less traffic. Right now, I live sixteen miles away from my school. Back
By Talya Adams In part three of my interview with Vincent we talk a little about the Indian vs Harley rivalry, and the biggest lesson he’s learned on these LA streets. So, let’s jump in and find out what Vincent has to say about these things. T: Okay, let’s get back on track.
By Talya Adams Welcome back to the second part of my interview with Vincent. In this section we discuss the importance of his friends and security measures for his motorcycle. T: Knowing the dangers of riding, what makes you get in the seat? Especially living in Los Angeles? V: It’s my friends. About every
By Talya Adams I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with a transplant motorcyclist with a beautiful bike, and a great sense of humor. Vincent Perry is an aspiring actor, and a die hard Indian motorcycle enthusiast. Throughout our interview we laughed, talked bikes, the LA riding experience, and the importance of motorcycle friendships.
By Talya Adams Welcome back to my interview with Sabrina. In this section we’ll get into the hassles Sabrina faces as a motorcyclist in Los Angeles and her upcoming riding goals. T: What have you found most challenging about having a bike? S: Probably just getting on the road with big trucks –
By Talya Adams Thanks for joining me again for part three of my chat with Keison. We dive into the riding scene in Monterey, learn his riding motto, and hear what he as to say about self improvement as a motorcyclist. Let’s get started. T: You said you rode up in Monterrey. Did you
By Talya Adams Welcome back to my interview with Keison. In part two of our conversation Keison opens up about his success as a rider in LA, and takes us through his first time going down on his bike. Let’s dive in. T: How have you found riding in LA? K: LA is definitely
By Talya Adams I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Keison Cunningham to talk bikes, social media, gear, and all things in between. He’s a relatively new transplant to the Los Angeles area, and he’s more than excited to take in the SoCal bike scene. Let’s hop into this interview, and get
By Talya Adams Over the holiday break, I had a chance to go hang out with my old friend, Burak. A few years ago, I interviewed him for a blog. If I’m not mistaken, I’ve interviewed him twice. The interviews were quite contrasting as the first one he spoke about his passion for riding,
By Talya Adams Welcome back to my interview with Sabrina. In this section we’ll jump into how she feels about riding in LA and if she’s ready for more power. T: How long do you think you’re going to stay with your Boulevard? Do you feel like you need more speed yet? S: I must
By Talya Adams Hello, and welcome back to my interview with Mike. If you missed the first part, please be sure to check it out and learn about his positive experience buying a motorcycle on Craigslist. In part two of my chat with Mike we get into gear and motorcycle security. So, let’s jump back
By Talya Adams Hey everyone, and welcome to my sit down chat with Michael (Mike) Johnson. He’s relatively new to the LA motorcycle riding scene, and eager to make up for lost time. In this first part of our discussion we’ll get into what he’s riding, how he learned to ride, and his style.
Hello all, in part three of my interview with Sabrina we discuss her fears, and learn about what she’s riding. T: Were you ever afraid or nervous about riding in the city? S: You know, I investigated everything. In the beginning I just wanted the license to always be able to go and rent
By Tayla Adams Thanks much for tuning back into my interview with Sabrina. In this section we’ll get into her experience taking the safety course in California. T: What was the most important thing you learned from the riding class? S: That you’ve got to pay attention. You’ve really got to be alert, especially
By Tayla Adams Hello everyone and welcome to my sit down interview with Sabrina Hartmann. I cannot express how excited I am to finally be presenting an interview with a female rider. I can’t even remember how many times I’ve said in the past how I wish I knew other female riders, and now
By Tayla Adams Let’s jump back into my interview with Dominic. We’ll get into his wish list for future bikes and his future rides plans. T: Do you have an idea of what bike you want to buy next? D: I do, but I’m not positive. My top is the Ninja ZX 6R. I
By Tayla Adams Welcome back all, below we’ll get into where Dominic and his friends hang out when he goes on rides, and he’ll also share some of his riding fails as well. T: Do you ever get intimidated when you’re up at the snake with the amount of riders who are out there? D:
By Tayla Adams It’s time to dive back into my one on one chat with Dom, and find out how he learned to ride and how he feels about night rides. T: What made you want to start driving a motorcycle? D: As a kid I was always into it. I had a little pocket
By Tayla Adams Hey everyone, thanks so much for tuning back in for the next part of my sit down with Dominic. In this section you’ll find out more about his lifestyle and riding with friends. T: You’re a college student and you drive all around LA. So, you’re a commuter rider? D: Yeah, I’m
By Tayla Adams Hello everyone, and thanks for checking out this interview. I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with a relatively new rider, and discussing his experience as a rider in the greater Los Angeles area. So join me, and get to know Dominic Henderson. T: How long have you been riding? D:
By Tayla Adams Welcome back, in this final part of my sit down with Travis we talk gear and his new found image on the road. T: Let’s talk about some of this gear you have. What’s up with this boot protector you wear? TF: Yeah, I don’t know what it’s called. Maybe it’s just
By Tayla Adams Thanks for tuning back in everyone. In this section of the interview we get into how Travis feels about speed, and what future rides he’s anticipating. T: How’d it feel going at freeway speeds? TF: It felt cold, but it was good. It was also weird because I didn’t really feel like
By Tayla Adams In this part of my interview with Travis we find out what he’s riding, his dream bike, and how he’s feeling about the bigger bike’s speed. T: What kind of bike are you driving? TF: So, I’m riding a 2012 Suzuki Boulevard. It’s a 650, and it’s a good bike. I really
By Tayla Adams Thanks for coming back for the next installment of my interview with Travis Frazee. Let’s jump back in here and find out Travis’s riding experiences as a new motorcycle rider. T: Whenever I see people on a scooter, I’m afraid for them. They don’t have the same speed, or the agility, as
By Tayla Adams Welcome back everyone, and thanks for checking back in on my interview with Travis Frazee. In this part of my sit down with Travis you’ll find out how he approaches offensive and defensive riding. T: Do you find that you’re a more offensive driver now that you ride a motorcycle? TF: Definitely.