Welcome, Motorheads!

This is a place for some personal history, thoughts,

pix, links to some interesting stuff. Feel free to poke

around and enjoy some of my best memories of fun

with two wheels and four.

As a little kid, I was fascinated with cars. My relatives had a Chevy dealership, and it was by far my favorite place to hang out, kick tires, read sales brochures, and absorb everything I could learn about cars. Started driving (illegally) about age 10, legally on my 16th birthday (1959), got my first car (1965) just as I was about to graduate from college, and my first motorcycle a year later. Have had some great cars and bikes, wish I could have ‘em all back. Still love to be on the road, two wheels or four, stick shifts always!
Old Boys, Old Toys - Vintage Racing Ten days after my high school graduation in 1961, my parents let me take their car and a couple buddies for a weekend at Road America, the beautiful four-mile road racing track at Elkhart Lake WI. I’d been reading and dreaming about this track even before it opened in 1955, and had driven past it with my dad several times when it was under construction. My interest has always been in sports cars and road racing, and that first trip became an annual event for me for many years, sometimes even several times per season, while living in Upper Michigan and later in Minnesota. I’ve lived in Sheboygan WI, about 17 miles from the track, since 2007, and continue to attend multiple events each year, especially vintage races for cars and motorcycles. I’ve seen IndyCars, Formula One cars, LeMans prototypes, the legendary Can-Am series in the ‘60s & ‘70s, and much more. Could never afford to go racing, but sure appreciate the folks who can afford to own these beautiful historic beasts, race ‘em for fun, and fix ‘em if they break. The photos in the slide show above were all taken in and around Road America and Elkhart Lake WI. I’ll periodically add or swap a few for variety. Logos of Cars & Bikes I’ve Owned
motorcycles

This is a place for some personal history,

thoughts, pix, links to some interesting

stuff. Feel free to poke around and enjoy

some of my best memories of fun on two

wheels or four.

As a little kid, I was fascinated with cars. My relatives had a Chevy dealership, and it was by far my favorite place to hang out, kick tires, read sales brochures, and absorb everything I could learn about cars. Started driving (illegally) about age 10, legally on my 16th birthday (1959), got my first car (1965) just as I was about to graduate from college, and my first motorcycle a year later. Have had some great cars and bikes, wish I could have ‘em all back. Still love to be on the road, two wheels or four, and stick shifts always!
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Logos of Cars & Bikes I’ve Owned
The photos in the slide show above were all taken in and around Road America and Elkhart Lake WI. I’ll periodically add or swap a few for variety.
Old Boys, Old Toys - Vintage Racing Ten days after my high school graduation in 1961, my parents let me take their car and a couple buddies for a weekend at Road America, the beautiful four-mile road racing track at Elkhart Lake WI. I’d been reading and dreaming about this track even before it opened in 1955, and had driven past it with my dad several times when it was under construction. My interest has always been in sports cars and road racing, and that first trip became an annual event for me for many years, sometimes even several times per season, while living in Upper Michigan and later in Minnesota. I’ve lived in Sheboygan WI, about 17 miles from the track, since 2007, and continue to attend multiple events each year, especially vintage races for cars and motorcycles. I’ve seen IndyCars, Formula One cars, LeMans prototypes, the legendary Can-Am series in the ‘60s & ‘70s, and much more. Could never afford to go racing, but sure appreciate the folks who can afford to own these beautiful historic beasts, race ‘em for fun, and fix ‘em if they break.
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