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Bringing It Home

Biker Billy at Gettysburg
Biker Billy begins the show at the Crossroads Rally

Biker Billy begins the show at the Crossroads Rally

I started the “Biker Billy’s Irons in the Fire” Blog as a way to keep folks up to date on the many things I am involved in. It has resided here on so it could be easily discovered. As the years have flown by I have realized having this content outside of my main channels is less effective than I hoped. To improve the blogging experience and grow the communities we share around motorcycles, fiery foods and other topics of mutual interest I have added the blog to my website at I hope you will follow my adventures and musings at the new blog.


Early Spring

In this the last week of calendar winter, the temps have been oh so spring-like.  Not surprising considering the truly mild winter we have had.  That mildness has been a blessing, at least to me, as I despise winter.  But moving beyond my personal opinion of winter and my admitted disaffection towards the coldest season of the year – can you imagine how much more fuel our nation would have needed this winter if it had been as cold and harsh as the past few winters have been?  Couple that with the current price of gas approaching four dollars a gallon after setting record highs during this winter, and you can easily imagine how much further fuel costs would have risen.

Of course I might just be rationalizing my ill disposition with old man winter.  Then there is the fact that weather is truly the most local thing, even more so than politics.  So your weather may have been different than mine but at least spring is about to be sprung from its frozen prison.  That means just one thing to the soul of a biker – it is riding season again.  So I took a little ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway and this time I remembered the camera (or three that is), so I made a little video for your enjoyment. Check out the link : PreSpring Ride Craven Gap to Bull Gap on the Blue Ridge Parkway