Pics made by DK’s Creation or idd Sher, thanks Sher
For the second time this year Rogues MC Almere organized Uni-Cycle demo run at the Clubhouse Rogues MC Opmeer. Nine teams gave act the presence. Ironhorse team 1, Ironhorse team 2, Blacksheep MC, CMA, Dutch Forces, Made in Holland, Lakeside, Animals MC and Rogues MC Almere
Pics made by DK’s Creation or idd Cher, Thanks Cher
Seen in Easyriders no. 83, May 1980
This afternoon at our clubhouse a Uni-Cycled race is scheduled. See you all there.
A few days ago I wrote about Jammer Cycle Products and their adverts and I also told about the adverts with ‘things doing the hard way’ like rolling a cigarette. Anyway, you can still read that article if you like, if you scroll down a bit.
We all know by now that smoking ‘in general’ ain’t a good idea, but ‘blowing’ such as in ‘blow-jobs’ on the other hand is a other league of sports. But here’s the thing. The staff of Easyriders Magazine also published other adverts as well, such as seen in Easyriders no. 62, August 1978 and Easyriders no. 66, December 1978.
But things doing the hard way needs some explanation as well and so they did in Easyriders no. 65, of November 1978. The illustration was made by Hal Robinson, also known for his drawings of ‘Miraculous Mutha tells all’ articles. But of course no ‘ordinary’ cigarettes, hell no!!! And why should they? Their motto those days was to represent the biker-scene in a non-conventional, non-prude way.
And so they did. Their cartoon about ‘how to roll a joint’ and their view about helmets in general and cannabis in Easyriders no. 67, from January 1979, made that very clear. But those were their early years of making magazines. Also Easyriders Magazine has become more and more ‘decent’ over the years, which I pitty.
Girl on the cover photo made by Kim Peterson is Dane.
Advertisement seen in Easyriders no. 62 and 66.
Girl on the cover photo made by Ralph Hampton is Debbie.
Cartoon draw by Hal Robinson.
Rebecca and Doggy on the cover photo made by Ralph Hampton.
Photo made by Kim Peterson.
Today, fifteen years ago a very good friend and brother of us, Manny, died. May he, together with our other lost brothers, rest in peace.
Manny in his WW2 American army truck in 2003.
Well, you’ll all know the drill by now!