Links of interest
Independent works especially in the field of arts need to be shared
and promoted. We are doing our bit by showing our support to projects
which are truly a labor of love. Painstakingly put together by very
talented and highly motivated individuals while balancing other "fun" stuff
Greatest Road: iPhone App for Motorcyclists
If you have a motorcycle and an iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, you need to get this app from adventurer Daniel Pifko and Greatest Road Software. Think of it as a better way of trading road directions with other bikers. With all the rides shown on a convenient map, you can check out what other bikers have to say, including where to stop along the way, what hazards to watch out for, and how a ride rates on scales of fun, twisty, scenic and road surface. It works in about 50 countries and is available in English, German, French and Italian.
In the App Store at: http://bit.ly/grsdtp
Web site: http://greatestroad.com
Fur Dixon and Steve Werner
There’s a dust devil blowing in from California that brings with it Fur Dixon and Steve Werner. They just seemed to come off the road,
out of nowhere with big cowboy hats and guitars, yodeling and harmonizing
their highway songs into the hearts of the American West.
Their songs are
filled with stories of the western road, told unadorned in plain language.
Their two CDs,“The Pearl and the Swine” and “Travelers” effortlessly
blur the boundaries of Bluegrass, Western and American folk music. It’s
all about the endless highway and the true spirit of
For more information, news and concert dates go to:
Website : http://www.furandsteve.com My
Space : http://www.myspace.com/furandsteve
As a one man production, direction and editing unit, Carl Parker,
through use of photo, video, and artwork, takes us to places, cultures
and experiences rarely ever seen by travelers in one of the most amazing
parts of the world - Western China.
Whether planning a ride through China or just curious about the culture
and lands of the region, you may find "The Return" informative educational,
entertaining, and, if all goes well... a little reflective.
Buy DVD of "The Return" at: http://www.motocyclops.com
travel resources and more at: http://www.carlparker.com