DE­SCRIBE YOUR­SELF IN THREE WORDS.

Hot Bike - - Interrogation -

Ded­i­cated, pro­fes­sional, and most of all biker.

WHAT DO YOU RIDE?

I have a few, but I mostly ride my ’09 bag­ger, my ’73 FLH, and my rigid bob­ber.

WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST BIKE?

A 1969 Honda CL450 and I still have it.

WHAT IS YOUR ALL-TIME FA­VORITE BIKE?

My kick-only 1979 FX al­ter­na­tor/gen­er­a­tor Shov­el­head that is a trib­ute to my gramp’s 1929 JD.

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO WORK IN THE MO­TOR­CY­CLE IN­DUS­TRY?

What bet­ter work is worth de­vot­ing your life to?

WHAT IS YOUR GREAT­EST ACHIEVE­MENT?

Guid­ing my daugh­ter in get­ting her­self dual college de­grees. A PH.D in car­dio phys­i­ol­ogy and a master’s in physi­cian as­sis­tant sciences.

WHAT IS YOUR BIG­GEST RE­GRET?

That I didn’t spend more time with my youngest brother who passed away at 51 years old.

WHAT IN­SPIRES YOU?

Young builders and fab­ri­ca­tors who are fol­low­ing their dreams and tak­ing care of their fam­i­lies at the same time. And of course my daugh­ter.

ANY LAST WORDS?

Be your­self be­cause an orig­i­nal is worth more than a copy. Work hard and play harder be­cause you can al­ways rest af­ter you die. HB

“WORK HARD AND PLAY HARDER BE­CAUSE YOU CAN AL­WAYS REST AF­TER YOU DIE.”

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