Thursday, August 27, 2009

Votes - Yours Are Needed

Science Guys brother has his motorcycle in a contest and he needs your vote. His is the first one, as #1.

Here's the picture

and you can click here to go to the site and vote. Yep, it's in Buffalo, NY.

Cycle Dude (yeah, wasn't sure what to call him), built this bike himself. He's been on the cover of a motorcycle magazine and is now in this contest. Besides, he's cool and when SG and I where visiting a few years ago he took us to this bike shop where the owner had wolves as pets. For real. One was pure white. It was all snowy outside and there she was. Beautiful.

So show him some love and please go vote.



Brandy W said...

Awesome!!! I love motorcycles. The sound, the feel, the power between your thighs.

Brandy W said...

Totally snagged it and put it on my blog.

Vicki said...

Brandy you ROCK!!!!

Chasing the Moon said...

Did it! It's at 42% so far. Just gorgeous!

Leigh Russell said...

He built the bike himself. Awesome! He gets my vote.
I haven't seen you on my blog for a while so thought I'd pay you a visit and see how you're doing. My book, Cut Short, launched two monts ago and thanks to great reviews and word of mouth recommendation my publisher had to reprint after six weeks, due to volume of sales.
Please come over and visit my blog some time to see my news. You can read some reviews on and here's the link to Cut Short on - I hope you read it and let me know what you think.

Vicki said...

Thanks guys for voting and for snagging the link to your own blogs. :)

Vicki said...

Leigh - OMG, how are you? I'm so sorry I haven't been over to the blog, it's been crazy. I'm going to go now and check it out.

Major congrats on release and reprinting it 6 times. Thanks awesome news!!

Leigh Russell said...

Lovely to hear from you again Vicki. Reprint was after only 6 weeks (not 6 times yet, I'm afraid. I'm working on it . . .) Thanks for visiting my blog - and thank you for reading Cut Short. A couple of reviewers have said it gives an insight into life in contemporary Britain, so might be doubly interesting for you? Let me know what you think, anyway.