Monthly Archives: November 2016

Get Your Wrenches, It’s Time to Customize You Motorcycle

Guess what time it is? It’s the end of the riding season! While most riders are bummed that their favorite pastime just got put on hiatus, there’s a ton of riders who just got happy. Want to know why? Because they can now take their bikes apart bolt by bolt and upgrade them. Well, in the spirit of tearing down and customizing your bike, Esquire Network has just released a new fall time show to get your imaginations going. Get Your Wrenches, It’s Time to Customize Wrench Against the Machine is what you get when you combine the Amazing Race with American Chopper. Every week, two bike builder teams compete to build the best custom motorcycle. Both teams are given a starter bike, $3,000 and three days to build the best custom motorcycle they can. At the end of the race, whoever has the best motorcycle wins the glory and…
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Why Do Superheroes Ride Motorcycles?

Why do people join the army? To protect the country—to fight for our freedom! Those people join up sacrifice so much to protect the United States, and when they come home they simply melt back into the fabric of our society… Or they change their name, put on red tights, and ride a motorcycle around the city. When Superheroes Ride Motorcycles When United States Army Specialist Evo Gambino returned home from Iraq, he decided to take on a new mission. He wanted to give people smiles, so he put on a red jumpsuit, revved up his motorcycle, and legally changed his middle name to Deadpool. Now he rides the streets of Houston, Texas, taking pictures with fans and popping wisecracks. Oh, did we mention he also dabbles in super-heroism? One morning, Deadpool walked out his front door—ready to go to work—when he discovered villainy afoot. His modified Suzuki Hayabusa had…
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Metier Law Firm Donates $25,000 to the New Realities for Children Campus

Metier Law Firm has donated $25,000 to Realities for Children to help the organization build its Homebase and Youth Campus facility. Realities for Children launched a brick fundraising campaign in September to reach its $900,000 goal for the new facility in Larimer County. Every dollar donated was matched by the Richardson Foundation. Participants gathered in Fort Collins on November, 10th, during the Path to Healing day to donate their customized bricks. Those who participated, including Metier Law Firm, donated customized bricks engraved with three lines, with up to 17 characters on each line. The new four-acre facility and campus, which will be located just south of Fort Collins, will provide Realities for Children with space for events and programs. It will also provide room for cathartic and therapeutic activities for children and families. Realities for Children has helped at-risk, abused and neglected children in Larimer County since 1996. The organization…
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