In Oklahoma, we love the outdoors and we love social media. That's why we've combined a great outdoor activity (kayaking) with one of our favorite hashtags: #ok2paddle. If you are interested in your own state or your own hashtag, message us and we'll work on it for you!
While War Bonnet is a real racetrack, it is actually a road track and was purpose built in the 1960's for car racing. It's not an oval track, but is actually a road course. Loving all things Oklahoma, I like to imagine that there were boardtrack races somewhere here.
Immortan Joe - formerly known as Colonel Joe Moore - was a veteran of The Oil Wars and a hero of The Water Wars. He formed a biker gang terrorizing the people after the fall. This shirt will let others know just who's side you are on!
If you've ever ridden or heard a single cylinder motorcycle, you understand why they are called "thumpers". That big piston doesn't love high rpms. Rather, it prefers to push out tons of torque at the bottom end of the tachometer. This BMW was one of many of the single cylinder choices available in the 50's.
While quantum mechanics theory has origins in the early 1800's, it was not widely accepted until the Fifth Solvay Conference in 1927.
One of the basic tenets of the theory is that light can act both as a particle AND a wave.
Lyrics from X Ambassadors' "Renegades". I love the song, especially these lyrics.
Excelsior (the motorcycle shown) was manufactured by the Excelsior Motor Manufacturing & Supply Company, in Chicago from 1907 to 1931. The parent company of Excelsior was Schwinn (the bicycle manufacturer, beginning in 1912. That same year, an Excelsior was the first motorcycle to be officially timed at a speed of 100 mph.
By 1928, Excelsior was in third place in the U.S. motorcycle market behind Indian and Harley-Davidson. The Great Depression convinced Schwinn to order Excelsior's operations to cease in September 1931.
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