Category: Bay Area

Christmas on two wheels

Last year was the first year I was able to attend the South Bay Riders’ Toy Ride. Mike, a longtime motorcyclist here in the Bay Area, organizes this ride. Each rider is to bring a new, unwrapped toy for the Toys For Tots program. Some riders come out in […]

A rider greets autumn

Weather is a changin’ Every rider once a year has that ride where he knows the weather as fully transitioned from warm weather to cool weather for the year.  As motorcyclists we are fully in the weather.  Going places means experiencing all that that place has to offer […]

Camp Staff: Year 11

Up to the Mountain Top… Summer camp for many kids is a mountain top experience.  It is the week or two during the year where they leave the daily routine of life behind and travel to the mountain for fun, friendships, and life experience.  Camp De Los Niños […]

Going to See the Bay Model

The Bay Model is a fully functional representation of San Francisco Bay.  Scientists in the 1940s and 1950s were looking for ways to understand the ecosystem around the bay.  Since computer technology was not near as advanced then as it is today, scientists had an alternate solution.  They […]

Up to San Francisco!

Wow, it’s hard to believe a year has gone by. The Death Valley ride generally marks the closing of the riding season for the fair weather riders in California. The climate here is such that one can write a motorcycle from the Bay Area all year long. The […]