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Craig Alan
Randy Lewis
I starting riding motorcycles when I was five years old, ok it was a Rupp mini bike, the real motorcycle came along the next year in the form of a Honda Trail 90. Growing up, we were a motorcycle family and spent most weekends out riding dirt bikes and racing in amateur motocross races. My first “vehicle” when I was sixteen was a 1973 Honda 350 Four, which of course made me (in my own mind) a real "biker".
I'm a self proclaimed nobody from nowhere with a bit of an f*** you attitude. With that being said I'm the guy who would get out of bed or stop what I'm doing no matter how important to help a friend in need. I love all things motorcycles, the good the bad and the ugly. I'm super competitive and I'll go through whatever it takes to succeed, in fact I won my first race at conception, yeah think about that.
Over the years as I continued on life's adventure I've owned just about every type of bike that was popular at the time, and have crisscrossed the country more than a dozen times. My experiences on two wheels has provided me with a virtual encyclopedia of knowledge of what not to do, but also the love and passion of the motorcycle lifestyle. I'm probably one of the most knowledgeable persons about motorcycles out there that has no idea what he's talking about. So I’ve got that going for me! My current ride is a highly modified 2003 tail dragging big wheel bagger Victory V92TC. Want to know more? Well don’t you think you’re getting just a little bit too nosy?
I've always been a gear head, four wheels or two I've always been into altering them. I was that kid that pissed everyone off with my nature of taking things apart just because. In my early years I felt as if I was a better engineer and seemed to find a way to have bolts left over, I was that good. Through long hours and dedication I've refined my skills and have been able to start a business within the power sports industry and haven't looked back since. I'm a new model with high miles not all of them have been easy, well most of them haven't been, I've been around the block and across the tracks knowing that the road to come is still yet to be determined. I'm a first generation "biker" if you will. I've been drawn to motorcycles since my first dirt bike a Kawasaki 125 two stroke death machine. My brothers and I put it and my mother through hell, I was hooked. I've owned numerous motorcycles in my life and even though I'm "pro Harley" I've also owned metrics without disdain. I find a way to appreciate a motorcycle for how it makes me feel rather than it's brand name. My personal garage is littered with parts and a variety of different bikes in all different stages, my wife loves it I'm sure. I've got three kids and unfortunately for my wife they inherited the motorcycle and anything sketchy trait from me. For me motorcycles are much more. They have the ability to fix all my worries and cure my shakes by just riding one. Motorcycles are in my blood, thank god, and it eases my soul to know that they'll be in my lineage for years to come.
Craig Alan Randy Lewis
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Motorcycle Podcast

Best Motorcycle Podcast Top 10 Motorcycle Podcast
Craig Alan
Randy Lewis
Craig Alan Randy Lewis
I starting riding motorcycles when I was five years old, ok it was a Rupp mini bike, the real motorcycle came along the next year in the form of a Honda Trail 90. Growing up, we were a motorcycle family and spent most weekends out riding dirt bikes and racing in amateur motocross races. My first “vehicle” when I was sixteen was a 1973 Honda 350 Four, which of course made me (in my own mind) a real "biker". Over the years as I continued on life's adventure I've owned just about every type of bike that was popular at the time, and have crisscrossed the country more than a dozen times. My experiences on two wheels has provided me with a virtual encyclopedia of knowledge of what not to do, but also the love and passion of the motorcycle lifestyle. I'm probably one of the most knowledgeable persons about motorcycles out there that has no idea what he's talking about. So I’ve got that going for me! My current ride is a highly modified 2003 tail dragging big wheel bagger Victory V92TC. Want to know more? Well don’t you think you’re getting just a little bit too nosy?
I'm a self proclaimed nobody from nowhere with a bit of an f*** you attitude. With that being said I'm the guy who would get out of bed or stop what I'm doing no matter how important to help a friend in need. I love all things motorcycles, the good the bad and the ugly. I'm super competitive and I'll go through whatever it takes to succeed, in fact I won my first race at conception, yeah think about that. I've always been a gear head, four wheels or two I've always been into altering them. I was that kid that pissed everyone off with my nature of taking things apart just because. In my early years I felt as if I was a better engineer and seemed to find a way to have bolts left over, I was that good. Through long hours and dedication I've refined my skills and have been able to start a business within the power sports industry and haven't looked back since. I'm a new model with high miles not all of them have been easy, well most of them haven't been, I've been around the block and across the tracks knowing that the road to come is still yet to be determined. I'm a first generation "biker" if you will. I've been drawn to motorcycles since my first dirt bike a Kawasaki 125 two stroke death machine. My brothers and I put it and my mother through hell, I was hooked. I've owned numerous motorcycles in my life and even though I'm "pro Harley" I've also owned metrics without disdain. I find a way to appreciate a motorcycle for how it makes me feel rather than it's brand name. My personal garage is littered with parts and a variety of different bikes in all different stages, my wife loves it I'm sure. I've got three kids and unfortunately for my wife they inherited the motorcycle and anything sketchy trait from me. For me motorcycles are much more. They have the ability to fix all my worries and cure my shakes by just riding one. Motorcycles are in my blood, thank god, and it eases my soul to know that they'll be in my lineage for years to come.
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