Our April 2015 cover bike is a 2003 Indian Chief, which is owned by Andrew Stonestreet, and this month's cover model is Stevi from Lawrence, Kansas. Scroll down for cover page articles and more details on our cover bike and model.
Our April 2015 cover bike is owned by Andrew Stonestreet from Lenexa, Kansas. To find out more about Andrew, check out his interview and for more information and photos of Andrew’s bike and our cover model Stevi, check out her interview as well. For this month's issue, we also invite you to check out our behind the scenes photos and video taken at our April 2015 cover shoot.
Our April 2015 cover model is Stevi from Lawrence, Kansas. She is a stay at home mom and student.When asked about her ambitions, Stevi said “I would one day like to get my PhD in Clinical Psychology to become a therapist, and work with children and young adults.”
Our April 2015 cover bike is owned by Andrew Stonestreet from Lenexa, Kansas. We had the opportunity to gather more information about Andrew and his 2003 Indian Chief, and for your enjoyment, we also gathered more information from this month’s cover model Stevi. Also, make sure to check out the Behind the Scenes photos and video from our April 2015 cover shoot!
For this month's issue, we invite you to take a look behind the Scenes at our April 2015 Cover Shoot video, which follows cover model Stevi through her photo shoot and interviews.
Photos by Dick Carlson with Carlson Digital Photography
Video by Randall “Sea Hawk” Hauk with Sea Hawk Media Productions
The 7th Annual John Paul Magao Memorial Ride was held on March 1, 2015 at Plaza Park in Visalia, California. John was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident in 2007, and his father, James Wilfong established a scholarship fund for students at Redwood High School and College of the Sequoias, which are both located in Visalia, California. This annual memorial ride helps raise funds for the awarded scholarships.
During the weekend of February 13 through 15, Kansas City’s Bartle Hall was the venue for the 55th Annual O’Reilly Auto Parts World of Wheels presented by Weld Engineering Performance. Tickets to the show sold for $18 for adults and $6 for children aged 6 to 12. Discount tickets were available at O’Reilly Auto Parts stores. As usual, the exhibition hall was packed with high-dollar sports cars, classic cars, street rods, race cars, rat rods, and vendor booths. There were show classes for motorcycles as well as cars, but the bike count was down considerably due to the fact that, unlike past shows for many years, the All American Motorcycle Show was not one of the event features.
Oregon Senate recently passed a bill that would make it legal for motorcycles and bicycles to “run” red lights. SB533 would follow the lead of other states that have passed similar laws. Like the others, Oregon would allow motorcycles and bicycles to proceed through a red light if it has not changed after one complete cycle.