Almost perfectly nestled in the center of Washington, a small Bavarian town called Leavenworth plays host to a rally of German made autos.
Bol d’Oregon is an endurance race put on by Sang-Froid Riding Club. The event features three classes of bikes on 3/4 mile go-kart track. No matter where I looked on the track, there was a battle going on.
I’m not a surfer, but I am very plugged in to the surf community in the area. I was sad to hear that this hub for community was closing. I’ve had the chance to photograph several events at the shop. It has always been a fantastic experience. In this post you’ll see images I captured during a fundraising event benefiting Changing Tides.
So what do you do with a slow, old, thin painted car like the 240D? The answer is obvious: you gut and replace everything in the engine bay, swap the transmission, zip tie on a turbo-charger and drive the thing down to Davis, California to park it next to a bunch of other yabbos, err, I mean responsible adults.