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The center of activity at 8:00 a.m. on a Sunday morning in Jasper, Arkansas is the Ozark Cafe. Coffee cups rattle saucers in the cafe’s bacon fried air while Billy Bell and his dad, Gene, hold court at a big checked-cloth-covered table. The family resemblance is clear between the two lean, sun-checked men gathered with a group of weather beaten locals swilling coffee and swapping the news of the day. Read More… 
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Cruising the Ozarks: Arkansas
I’ve traveled by motorcycle to more than 30 states, and Arkansas ranks high on my list as one of the most motorcycle-friendly states I’ve visited.  With more than 52 state parks, and sprawling mountain views, it’s no wonder it’s called “the Natural State.” Add in twisty backroads with rolling scenic landscape and plenty of elevation changes, and it was an easy decision when the leaders of the North and South Central regions of the Vulcan Bagger Association went looking for a destination for a combined rally. Read More…  
Who Invented the Motorcycle?
Good question, but I have to ask you one; gas or steam?  No, that's not what my Dental Hygienist asks me before she sets to work cleaning my gnashers.  You see Gottlieb Daimler invented the first gas powered motorcycle in 1885, when an engine created by Nicolaus August Otto was attached to a wooden bicycle.  Just to clarify things here; 'gas' is not a reference to gasoline, but fuel in a gaseous state rather than liquefied. Read More…
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Larson’s Law Corner
The center of activity at 8:00 a.m. on a Sunday morning in Jasper, Arkansas is the Ozark Cafe. Coffee cups rattle saucers in the cafe’s bacon fried air while Billy Bell and his dad, Gene, hold court at a big checked-cloth-covered table.  The family resemblance is clear between the two lean, sun-checked men gathered with a group of weather beaten locals swilling coffee and swapping the news of the day. Read More… 
Speaking of Mountains
Old Rusty Truck
Cruising the Ozarks: Arkansas
I’ve traveled by motorcycle to more than 30 states, and Arkansas ranks high on my list as one of the most motorcycle-friendly states I’ve visited.  With more than 52 state parks, and sprawling mountain views, it’s no wonder it’s called “the Natural State.” Add in twisty backroads with rolling scenic landscape and plenty of elevation changes, and it was an easy decision when the leaders of the North and South Central regions of the Vulcan Bagger Association went looking for a destination for a combined rally. Read More…  
Who Invented the Motorcycle?
Good question, but I have to ask you one; gas or steam?  No, that's not what my Dental Hygienist asks me before she sets to work cleaning my gnashers.  You see Gottlieb Daimler invented the first gas powered motorcycle in 1885, when an engine created by Nicolaus August Otto was attached to a wooden bicycle.  Just to clarify things here; 'gas' is not a reference to gasoline, but fuel in a gaseous state rather than liquefied. Read More…
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