Michael Byrne is a good dude. He tries hard, is a great rider and does everything on and off the track the right way. He's an Australian that has come to America and adopted his new country. He's engaged to an American girl, likes Chick-fil-A, lives in Georgia and has a bull. That's just some of the reasons why you should cheer for him. I called him up on Sunday and did an interview with him but I pushed the wrong button on the recorder because I'm kind of dumb. So he called me back up to answer the same questions again! That's another reason why you should like him.

The Flyin Freckle steps in with the longest podcast yet, and why not, think of his history in motorcycles in general.

Another installement with a photo from Chris Hultner's archives. Thanks to Chris for sending this through and thanks to Mitch for talking about it.

Thanks to C Stone for the shots and away we go...

Those 1988 RM 250's were known to be just killers. Too bad for this guy he didn't get the memo. UPDATED--This guy is desperate as he placed an ad on another site..even funnier.

Weege is going to try and post this first but truly, I noticed it before he did. My only recourse to beat him to the punch is to post this picture here. Too bad for me, RXI probably gets more hits than Pulp but oh well.

The champ speaks after the race and amazingly enough, he doesn't tell me to get lost.

 Any regular reader of mine would know that I often include a friend of mine, Fireman Ron, into my stories and travels. He’s about eight years older than me but it seems that mentally, we’re on the same wavelength. He’s a superfan of moto, much like myself.

 This past weekend in Una-f’ing-Dilla there was a retro theme and some teams and riders really did it up big-time. It was cool to see and in some way, was maybe a bit neater than the SX one a couple years back.

I was up on Canada this weekend at the final round of the CMRC National in Walton Ontario and I brought this guy up with me. Here's a few shots...

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