Our March 2017 cover bike is a 2014 Custom Chopper, which is owned by Andrew Lamming, and this month's cover model is Rebekah from Kansas City, Missouri. Scroll down to check out all of this month's articles and for more details about this month's cover bike and model.
Our March 2017 cover bike is a 2014 Custom Chopper, which is owned by Andrew Lamming from Kansas City, Missouri. To find out more about Andrew, check out his interview, and for more photos of his bike and our cover model Rebekaah, check out her interview as well. For this month's issue, we also invite you to check out our behind the scenes photos taken at our March 2017 cover shoot.
Our March 2017 cover bike is owned by Andrew Lamming, and we enjoyed shooting his 2014 Custom Chopper for this month’s cover. Andrew is from Kansas City, Missouri, and we had the opportunity to gather additional information about him and his Custom Chopper. We also had fun shooting cover model Rebekah on Andrew’s bike for this month’s cover. I’m sure you’ll also enjoy this month’s behind the scenes photos!
Our March 2017 cover model is Rebekah from Kansas City, Missouri. She works in graphic design and business support, and her future ambitions include achieving financial freedom and living a debt-free existence. She also likes to pay good deeds forward, and wants to travel to every country on her bucking list. She’s also striving to raiser her child to impact people positively. Rebekah also told us her hobbies include “Boating, fishing, camping, canoeing, cooking, movies, dinner parties, singing karaoke, dancing, having fun with my son, board games, world travel, and good books.”
For this month's issue, we invite you to take a look behind the scenes at our March 2017 Cover Shoot, which follows cover model Rebekah through her photo shoot and interview, and make sure to check out the specs and additional photos of this beautiful 2014 Custom Chopper. Also make sure to check out our interview with bike owner “Andrew Lamming”.
Photos by Dick Carlson with Carlson Digital Photography
I had Friday, February 10, circled on my calendar for months in anticipation of the return of Xtreme International Ice Racing to Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence, Missouri. It had been five years since motorcycles took to the ice on the hockey rink normally occupied by the Missouri Mavericks of the East Coast Hockey League. I had been in touch with the arena’s event manager, Dillan Esco, and with XIIR owner and promoter Anthony “The British Bulldog” Barlow to make arrangements for Cycle Connections Editor in Chief Mike Schweder and I to cover the event. Both men were very helpful and cooperative.
Sitting in a New Orleans garage, untouched for decades, is a 1970s Honda. It belongs to Shanika (aka Tru) Beatty’s father. Five years before Tru was born, her father stopped riding. He had lost too many friends, and although he didn’t ride any longer, he just couldn’t part with that Honda. Every day when the family pulled the car into the garage, Tru would see that bike, and it was that parked Honda that fed her desire to ride.