Buddha Sighting

Is this the Buddha? Someone sent us an email saying that since leaving the Lazy K, the Buddha has become a Stunta for Westside Honda.

Ride and Stare

What if you gave a party and nobody came?

If you've followed the story of the sinking state of the Lazy K, you remember last year when we moved the annual ride and compare event from the height of ATV season to a weekend that didn't interfere with dog show weekend. So even though nobody is in the mood to buy an ATV right now, we have the event anyway.

It was surprisingly warm, hot and humid in fact, and the only people who showed up to ride quads were ex-employees who came to give their kids free hotdogs and let them ride the ATVs on the test track. The FSB was there trying to steal customers from the CSB's store, but nobody showed up, so she spent most of the time on the phone to Inky, her son's future step-dad.

Paco was there, loyal as ever, trying to sell the guy who used to put bikes together and now brought his entire family for quads and dogs. One of the ex-inmates got a sport quad to raise up and fall back on top of himself.

A single mother brought her 13 year old son out to play on the quads, and Mondo decided the best way to pick up on her was to let her kid ride anything he wanted, even if it was age rated for 16 and above.

The CSB was on her best behavior because Old Crusty was sneaking around on an old Kawasaki, until Tarot showed up. Then she disappeared for half a day.

In order to sell more ATVs, Paco started letting customers ignore the demo track and blast up and down the field to the side of the Mother Ship. Soon they were racing and playing tag, and pinging the rev limiter on brand new vehicles. One of the ex-inmates rolled a sport quad and the GOB ran to check that he had signed a release of liability, then put a stop to the fun.

We still have good deals on gently used Demo ATVs.