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Road Pickle Motorcycle Bohemia – Where Should Sash & Highway Go Next? You Decide!

Already month long trip, and Sash with Highway are not planning on returning to their home any time soon. About few days ago they have stopped at Gila Bend, AZ. If you live in Gila Bend, AZ check out Spage Age Restaurant along Route 85. The restaurant is equipped with items for space and alien life. Take a look what I mean in the below video of Sash wearing our awesome vest!

Next let’s jump to La Siesta Motel for a great deal of just $60.00 for a cabin with a queen bed, ac, microwave, fridge, coffee maker, shower, cable TV, pool and spa. How does Sash do with interviewing local historian? At the visitors center, in downtown Ajo.

Downtown Tucson, AZ enjoying electric and creative scene on the streets. But the trip is not over it is your time to tell Sash & Highway where to go next! You decide where they will end up!

Post all your comments to http://www.roadpickle.com/2013/05/tuscon-az-question-on-4th-ave.html

 

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eBikerLeather Products Put To The Tests During A 6 Months Long Trip

Each day eBikerLeather sells thousands of products, and some get tested really rough by our customers. As you may have remembered eBikerleather is sponsoring RoadPickle.com in their trip for 6 months to 48 states. Recently eBikerLeather has received couple pictures from Sash Mouth and Steve wearing, and testing our merchandise. You can expect an review of our products within one week on RoadPickle.com . Below are some pictures and here is just a sentence of what Tina had to say about our products in email to us.

” I really love my jacket and I can’t believe the great quality!”

As you see not only we have the best pricing on motorcycle jackets, but we also carry the best quality leather jackets on the market. Don’t wait grab your biker gear today!

Check out Tina appearing on a radio show below, and talking about RoadPickle.com trip.

Veebase-A Price Comparison Website On V-Twin Products

Veebase is basically a website that takes pricing from other websites like eBikerLeather or Harley Davidson and compares them in one spot. I guess that if you are a company, you might be furious about this website, but as a customers, you will surely love it. They compare over 90,000 V-Twin products which stretch from motorcycle parts to motorcycle apparel. For example if you are looking for a new leather vest, and have a vest in mind you can compare pricing for that vest on Veebase. Veebase has just launched, so there are not that many products listed in categories like Apparel. However, I would like to see Veebase expanding even further to companies, like eBikerLeather, or Bell Rogue etc. There are items on the website that smaller companies lease from bigger companies for sale. However, that is not what I had in mind, I would like to see actual company products to appear on Veebase at their original pricing.

That way you or I can take into consideration from who to buy the merchandise, and not over pay. I have submitted eBikerLeather to be added to Veebase, with our wide range of motorcycle apparel we will fill in all categories under apparel. Plus this will also give us advantage of our competitors with our low prices. Remember that even our low prices are really low that does not mean we have cheap products. To prove we have the best quality leather I dare you to test out our leather, and read what Tina a.k.a Sash Mouth had to say about our leather by clicking here.

Veebase will be a great website if it expands to bigger companies, with pricing and comparison. This is not a bad start up project, but it will take time to accomplish what they have in mind.

Veebase

Leather Motorcycle Luggage For Road Pickle

As  the days went by, we are getting closer, and closer to the final day of 6 months long trip. Couple days ago eBikerLeather has Tina with eBikerLeather Motorcycle Luggagesent our merchandise to Road Pickle for their trip. We will supply them with their needed equipment on the road. I really strongly suggest following Road Pickle for the 6 months, it will be one crazy adventure after another.

However, what I would like you to pay attention to mostly is to what Tina has said about our luggage and prices in the quote below.

Quote by Tina:
“Honestly, I’m actually quite impressed with the soft feel of this leather, and it seems to be pretty well made, considering the low prices.  Much of what they sell seem geared for cruisers and Harley riders, but we managed to find some gear that works well for sport bikes and sport tourers.”

As you can see we have the lowest prices online, that is due to us manufacturing with best companies around the world. We have established amazing relationships with manufacturers, which allows us to give such great low prices on all items in the store.

Make sure to check out Road Pickle, and read more about their upcoming trip.

 

Husband & Wife, 2 Motorcycles, 6 Months, 48 States, and Only the Gear They Can Carry

Husband and wife, two motorcycles, 6 months, 48 states, and only the gear they can carry! This sounds like a perfect motorcycle show? It is better than that, because it will actually happen! It all started with an idea of taking a Gypsy Trip.  In April, Tina, and Steve will be heading out on the road to unknown destination, with no schedule where to arrive. This will be one amazing trip, to read about. eBikerLeather has known Sash for some time now and is in partnership with Tina and Steve to provide the needed gear, and support for the trip. We will be following closely their journey; each day a new adventure without schedule and no plans on their journey to unknown place.

Sash and Highway Gas Stop Jacumba

I can’t wait to read about their first day of adventures. Remember to follow Road Pickle for the latest updates on Tina and Steve, their adventure might not at all.

1%er’s Daughter

His name was Dangerous Dan and he was my Daddy’s best friend. I didn’t care much for him because he didn’t like kids too much, and being 4-years-old, that meant me. But he was nicer to me than my siblings because I knew how to behave with my Daddy’s friends.
They called my Daddy “Scary Larry” and he called them his “Brothers”. There were so many that came to our home, I could never keep track of them all. They rode what we children called choppers, had tattoos of naked women or snakes on their suntanned arms, and smelled of cigarettes and the road. They came to my Daddy to do business and work on their motorcycles in our garage.He had the best garage of all of the Brothers, or so I would hear them say.It was 1969 in Southern California.  Daddy ran a “home based” business which was somewhat of a mystery to me, but I knew that he was well respected and well liked. Dangerous Dan seemed to be at our home daily, working with my Daddy on this “endeavor”. We often had the “Ol’ Ladies” stay with us, sometimes for months at a time, while their “Ol’ Man” went up North. I often wondered what “up North” meant, but I knew I didn’t want to go because it sounded like a real bummer. My mother was a wonderful hostess for the ladies, as they would all stay up for days at a time, painting the ceiling, making macrame and other crafts, chattering all night.My days and nights often got mixed up, because I never left our home. Weeks would pass that I never went anywhere but our backyard with my dog Clarence, a 125 lb black German Shepherd/Alaskan Malamute mix.  Clarence was my best friend, spending most of his time between me and my Daddy’s friends. He seemed to know the nice ones from the mean ones, growling and baring teeth at anyone who he deemed unsavory.

I would wake up at odd hours of the night, wander into the kitchen to find Daddy talking to his Brothers, and crawl into his warm, loving lap. Wide awake, all I wanted was to cuddle with him, smell his skin, and let him feed me his treats of Screaming Yellow Zonkers and Hershey Kisses.  Seemingly uninterrupted, the men continued their discussion, smoking cigarettes and drinking beer. I knew not to interrupt them, but be sweet to them if they spoke to me. Daddy would pet me, stroking my hair in his special Daddy way, keeping his attention on the important business of his Brothers.

He and his Brothers all belonged to the same club and they all rode motorcycles; American made, of course. It seemed sacrilegious to ride anything else to these men. They all enjoyed working on their bikes in Daddy’s garage because he always had extra parts for them. I remember milk crates filled with gears, carburetors, heads, and nuts and bolts of every kind, stacked up against the wall.

At 4-years-old I knew to treat Daddy’s friends with respect, never speak until spoken to, be sweet and pretty at all times, and to never judge a book by it’s cover. Just because someone dressed poorly, it didn’t mean they didn’t have money for nicer things. I would often see these shabbily dressed men pull enormous rolls of $100 bills from their pockets while buying things from Daddy. And many of them were really kind, even the ones who looked really mean.  I trusted Clarence the Dog to sort out who I could be sweet with and who I should avoid.

I learned that dressing nice was for the Ol’ Ladies and little girls, that no one ever touched any one else’s motorcycle without permission (and little girls never had permission unless they rode with Daddy), and that the men were in charge. I learned that my Mom only answered to my Dad, but she was polite to all of the men, even the one’s she didn’t like. I learned that if the men were talking, the women went somewhere else. But as Daddy’s Darlin’ Baby Girl, it made me feel special to be the only female to sit in on the kitchen table discussions.

What I also learned about the Brothers was that they were incredibly loyal to one another. If a Brother needed something, they banded together to help. If an Ol’ Lady needed a home for a while, or someone was getting “hassled by The Man” (who sounded like a real bad guy), the Brothers would come to our kitchen table and talk about it, making a plan of action. It seemed unacceptable to let a Brother down, or ignore his or his families needs.

My parents divorced when I was 5-years-old, and I didn’t get to see Daddy nearly as much as I wanted to. When I went to visit him, I often saw his Brothers come and go, and the rules I knew at the tender age of 4 still applied. In his home a sign hung over his television for the entire 50 years of my Daddy’s short life.

“Brothers Are Forever”

I like to think of him riding down a long, open highway with Dangerous Dan, wind in their faces, sun shining on their cuts, and the familiar roar of Shovelheads beneath their dirty Levi-clad behinds, heading to assemble their Brothers for a heavenly ride.

Sash
Big Thank You! to our friend Sash Mouth for this great article!
Age 5 with Daddy Sash Mouth

Biker Chick of The Week

Until the end of December we are featuring Biker Chick of the week. Our last week’s biker chick was Sash Mouth. This week’s biker chick is Patricia K. On this picture she was heading out to the 27th Annual Children’s Hospital Toy Run. Which was sponsored by Rocky Mountain Harley Davidson.

Patricia K. Toy Run

Biker Chick of the Week! Sash Mouth

Recently we have announced that we will feature one Biker Chick a week, and our inbox was not flooding with a lot of emails. However, here is the lucky pick for Biker Chick of a week. Some of you already probably know Sash from her blog or events. eBikerLeather.com is a regular visitor at Sash Mouth blog, we read all of her posts. Let’s take a moment to introduce our Sash to everyone out’s. Where did the nick name Sash come from? As you might wonder, we did wonder that as well. The nick name is from being a former beauty queen in her old home town.

Sash has not been always into motorcycles, she started to look up information on motorcycle world, when her dad joined a motorcycle club. Which was inspiration to Sash to learn more about motorcycles, culture of clubs and understanding of brotherhood. There is more to Sash than just motorcycling, if I were you I would take the time to sit down and read her About Sash page on her blog. You will find out much more information, on how she grew up and learned her life lessons by herself.

To read more interesting information on Sash click here.

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