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  • Is there anything better than steak and potatoes? How about steak and potatoes using a compound butter and cooked over fire! Ingredients 1 pound small red potatoes cut into fourths 2 carrots sliced 1 red bell pepper cubed 1 green bell pepper cubed Garlic Herb Butter: 1/2 cup butter room temperature 1/4 cup freshly chopped parsley 4 garlic cloves minced 1 teaspoon fresh rosemary chopped 1 teaspoon fresh thyme chopped 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper INSTRUCTIONS In a medium-sized bowl […]
  • There are a few sounds in the off-road world that always make you cringe. That telltale pop of a u-joint, the sound sheet metal makes when it crumples like a soda can and those loud bangs on the underside of your rig when you know you just damaged something really expensive. The Undercloak skid plate […]
  • Going off-road often means getting stuck. There are entire catalogs of country music dedicated to getting stuck in your 4WD. Today’s list is going to focus on gear to get you unstuck. My personal recovery kit: My recovery kit varies based on where I am off-roading, but the core items that I always bring are […]
  • Bumpers have come a long way in the last few years. With the JK creating a major jump in total market size, accessories for the Wrangler went from just being plentiful to more advanced and modular designs. Dynatrac makes a bumper? Dynatrac has begun to diversify into other accessories for the Jeep market. They make […]
  • 2005 and 2006 Jeep TJs/LJs have a Powertrain Control Module (PCM) that is notorious for failing. Unfortunately, you will not find any OEM replacements which will leave you with three options: repair your unit, find a used unit pulled from another vehicle, or replace your unit with a refurbished one. A long trail of failures […]

2 Wheels and a Motor Content

  • With an article talking about “Why I Don’t Group Ride” and also discussing “4 Tips on How to Group Ride the Right Way” the conversation felt incomplete. It was like a hanging chad in a Florida election or a John Madden explanation—something wasn’t quite right. That feeling wouldn’t go away and it stayed in the back of my subconscious,…Continue reading How To Be Good […]
  • I’m such a hypocrite. I wrote a post about “Why I Don’t Group Ride” and then immediately left on a trip to do a tire launch that was a group ride. So much for sticking to my rules. It’s part of the job, however, so here are some pointers if you are going to go…Continue reading 4 Tips On How […]
  • Hanging out with friends and taking in an event that is full of bikes, good food while meeting new people is always a blast. Often events try to turn all of this into a group ride—taking what was a really great time and turning it into a parade lap that ends in despair. What defines a…Continue reading A Riders Perspective – […]
  • Back in 2014, I had an opportunity to sit down and speak with Max McAllister the owner of Traxxion Dynamics in Woodstock, GA. Traxxion Dynamics was started in 1999 to serve riders with top-notch suspension products and tuning services.  We did a little Q&A to go over some questions and theories that came out of…Continue reading Q&A With Max McAllister […]