Two weeks ago I got the PM from Robbie. He likes the new Juicer 36 and sez he and Justin have some passes for me if I can get it to Makers. I got nothin' going on that weekend that I can't wiggle out of, I'll just promise my daughter I'll make it to her next
Robbie said they'd have some EV-Grin surprises in store, so I figured I'd better engineer something new for the show, so I got to work. The varnish dried just in time to bring this bit of electronics, which proved to be a useful paperweight for the Jucier posters and release forms.
At first I didn't realize that Justin and Robbie were coming from Canada ON THEIR BIKES! That's hardcore! After I'd met the guys face-to-face, Robbie gave me the dime-tour of their extraordinary touring mochines. I met a few others at the faire that I had only communicated with over some kind of wire. That includes Todd from Electric Motorsports who showed up on a bananna seat on this cool, custom Native.
From the right in the above photo is Justin, Luke, Luke's high-school buddy on Deathbike, and Todd. Luke and I compared scars, which is always convenient for him since he seems to have some kind of shirt allergy. I'll give him the win on the scar contest. Luke's buddy was cool, as was this girl called Segue who came on a motor-rickshaw with two hub motors and a canopy roof. Of course my hosts Robbie and Justin were super-cool. I got to try their awesome motorized skateboard. Remarkably easy handling that, and it has it's own cycle- er, skateanalyst.
Juicer, as always, got a lot of attention, so that's always gratifying, but I really came to receive the benediction of our benefactor here at ES. I'm pretty sure I got it, or am I wearing rose-colored glasses?