Archive for March, 2016

The Tractor’s Early Years – Farming Meets the Industrial Revolution

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Before the industrial revolution began, all farming was done by man or beast. That was soon to change, though, once engineers figured out how to make diesel and gasoline engines mobile. What led to this accomplishment? Let’s take a brief look at the early history of industrial tractors.

Though farming has been a part of human living for as long as humans have been on this earth, the amount of national dependency had not been so high as the mid-1800s. With the population of the world growing, and more specifically the US, the need for farmers to work quickly and efficiently had never been so dire.… Read the rest

Iconic Motorcycle Trips – Summer on Route 66

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Have you ever dreamed of reliving the song “Route 66,” riding down one of the US’s most iconic highways on two-wheeled freedom? Keep reading, because we’re going to help you plan that motorcycle road trip, this summer, so you can cruise the iconic Route 66 and see all the sights along the way.

Route 66 is most likely the highway you think of when you consider a road trip across the US. There are many movies that portray it as a scenic, exciting, and easy drive. While there are parts of it that would hold up to that ideal, there are many parts that would not, especially for a motorcycle.… Read the rest