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Hey you lucky person, its Friday, you made it!

That means its time to sit back and "crack a favorite beverage" (as I used to say on my radio show) and look at some cool bikes in cool places.

One artist I used to like to play on my old show was Stevie Ray Vaughn. I had the opportunity to see him up close and personal one time and he blew my mind. Like him or not that man had some serious talent.

So I'll start off this week with him covering a Jimi tune. Can you guess what it is?

Play it or skip it and scroll down, whichever way your pleasure trends. 

Atlanta, GA

NOT SURE SO LOST

Ladakh, India

Mackinaw City, MI

Swanage, Dorset, England

Denver, CO

Wisconsin

Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Tasmania, Australia

Kodiak, AK

Missouri

Colorado Springs, CO

Ireland

Aichi, Japan

England

 

Well that's all for this week folks. Remember, sharing is caring so dump your Surly ride HERE. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for all the great photos.

Till next week, I'll see you out there.  

~Treebeard

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About Treebeard

Verdoorn is Surly’s production artist and dump curator implementing and fine-tuning the design, layout, and graphics of all things Surly, from packaging to catalogs to our website. When not obsessing over minutiae of graphic design, he can be found fishing, listening to the Grateful Dead and riding bicycles. Verdoorn, like other Surly-related visionaries, has been known to show up out of nowhere in the dead of night with a plate of chicken fingers to share. Nice work out there, Steven.

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