Roadside Marty and Black Hills Shocks: Roadside rides 1600 miles on a Shock test from Sturgis to Florida.
Roadside Marty Keeps His Big Wheels Rolling with Black Hills Shocks
We first met up with Roadside Marty at the annual Smoke Out Rally where he was holding court and providing EMCEE services for the Wet t-shirt contest.
We meet Roadside Marty as he works the crowd at the Smoke Out
No one provides EMCEE entertainment like Roadside. Funny, raunchy, quick witted and a blast with or without adult beverages. When Roadside Marty is around you can’t help but smile, you know something will happen.
Black Hills Shocks' exploded view
Noah talks shock characteristics with Roadside Marty
Joe explains the installation procedure
Fine tune the shock: No tools needed
Roadside's Test Mule
A few years ago he was at Willie’s Tropical Tattoo Choppertime Bike Show standing next to Willie G and leaned in and made a comment.
A couple of minutes later security was hustling Willie off the property. Security must have forgotten about it because I saw a picture with Roadside Marty and Willie G at this year’s Motorcycle as Art exhibit in Sturgis.
Roadside got his nickname from a dalliance with a slim-hipped blue-eyed raven haired biker chick on the side of the road. We’ll save the exact details for another time.
Roadside Marty & Black Hills Shocks
So Roadside Marty 3.0 is now a technical editor for Cycle Source Magazine and will be providing an install article on the Black Hills Shocks for an upcoming edition. Preliminary feedback are that the Black Hills rear shocks transform his bike. Like it runs through the corner on rails.
He road his bagger from Sturgis to Florida for a 1600 mile shock road test.
Stay tuned for his test ride and install tech.