While traveling across Canada, Micaela Wallace et Asleigh Kaliszuk from The Women of Moto project did a quick stop in Montreal for an evening organized by ONELAND at Bar Salon MR250 sur l'avenue Mt-Royal.
This November 26th, at Montreal's Turbo Haus, Micheal Gannon sets up an event he called Motovember. An evening of graphic arts and music from locals artists where unique Biltwell helmets will be auctioned.
Live intentionally". I read that sentence from an Airbnb post the other day. Didn’t think much of it at first, just sounded like one of those generic motivational slogan the automotive industry has been trying to brand cars with for years.
Language is only the barrier we make it, through motorcycles I have made more friends and met more people that I can call on any time of day and know they will help if they can, all because we ride together. It’s about building community.
Doomsday Machine is an evolving project. It started as a means to promote old school, garage built choppers in the city. Rally was our first project but since teaming up with other people like Tony who has organised the Raven's Run we continue to branch out.