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KDH3 Baja Arizona Mash Trash: 11/25/18

A small group of Knuckledraggers met Sunday morning at the Triple T truck stop on I-10 south of Tucson. Braving blue skies and temperatures in the high 50s were Flying Booger, Wankers Aweigh, Master Meat Finder, and Loose Nut, all ready for a ride down back roads and through cattle country to the historic settlement [...]


KDH3 Baja Arizona Mash Trash: 9/23/18

If you haven’t been paying attention, a mash is a hash with motorcycles (see previous post). Except we don’t hash on motorcycles, it having been tried and found perilous. Instead, mashers ride in groups and have on-afters. You need to be a hasher to join, and you need a motorcycle.

With that by way of [...]


Harriers MCH3: Tortilla Flat Edition

Not a scheduled Harriers MCH3 mash, but Harriers MCH3ers riding, which doesn’t happen nearly enough and is always worth a short post and a couple of photos.

Two of our Tucson chapter members, Half Hash and Hasidick, can’t make our scheduled monthly mashes on the 4th Sunday, but they were able to ride yesterday so [...]


Harriers MCH3 Mash Trash: 9/2//13

After taking the hot summer months off, Harriers MCH3 (Tucson Chapter) is back on the road.

Flying Booger, Steady Teddy, Wankers Aweigh, Humpin’ One Dalmatian, Hot Legs (seated as befits her highness)

A small pack met at a coffee shop in northeast Tucson for a ride led by Flying Booger. We followed the Old [...]


Harriers MCH3 Mash Trash (also: Knuckledraggers!)

Last week, on my way home from an 11-day, 3-state solo motorcycle tour, I stayed over in Las Vegas an extra day and was able to ride with two other Harriers H3MC members, Nose Candy and Have Shit Will Travel, both of whom have been members almost since Harriers MCH3′s founding in July 1998. Two [...]


Harriers MCH3 Mash Trash: 9/25/11

Only three of us showed up at Bobo’s on Grant this morning, but we had a great ride to Kitt Peak and back. I kept my camera where I could get to it, and actually managed to get a few on-the-road shots. Humpin’, who led the ride, pointed out wildlife as we rode, but I [...]