We go to events and look for cool stuff and cool people and show you what and who we found. In 2017, Larry began doing motorcycle track days and in 2019 he got his motorcycle road racing license - so we cover a lot of those events and we profile top riders that we interface with. Larry started on YouTube doing various product reviews, so you will still see those on occasion when they relate to things we are doing.
In addition, you will find our speciality sites that spotlight some of the cools toys we have or have had.
Larry is the operator of this hobby called Rides Done Right
Larry/LAZ/Larz/Larzini was born in 1962 and has been playing with motorized toys his whole life.
ATC 90, ATC 250R, Honda Rancher, Yamaha Raptor 80, Yamaha Rhino;
I've been blessed with some pretty cool bikes, so I dedicated a web page with most of my street bikes starting in 1980 through today - please visit my bikes page to see photos and links to enthusiast sites that I made special for some of my bikes.
See Larzini's motorcycle bio on Project Diavel's site.
Pinto 74 and 80, Monte Carlo 74 and 78, Chevelles (70, lots of 72, 73), Camaro Z-28 (78, multiple 79, 80, 82, 84), Camaro RS 1998, Corvette 98 C5, Corvette Z51 C6 2005, Blazer, Trailblazer, HHR, Equinox, Cadillac Escalade, '64 Thunderbird complete restoration, and Nissan 370Z roadster, 50th Anniversary 2017 Camaro SS.
Greg is our resident car show expert. He is a multi-show winning participant with his fabulous car called Admeyer. Larry met Greg when he interviewed him in Salem and he has continued to work with us at our other events. In addition to winning the Portland Roadster Show (and many others) in 2015, Greg's car won six Best of Shows in 2017. In 2019, Greg was voted in to the Portland Roadster Show Hall of Fame!
In addition to Co-hosting the Portland Roadster Show and the Salem Roadster Show (as well as the Northwest Rodarama when they were still going), Greg has also hosted events for us when on remote locations... where he does it all (host, photographer, videographer).
Allen is Larry's long time friend and the guy that started with us from the beginning when we were doing live talk shows.
Allen / AJ / Johnny was born in 1965 and has been riding since the early 70's. He did a little Arenacross Racing back in the day, was a Tournament Waterskier and Barefooter, a Snow Skier, a Snowmobile Enthusiast, made a few Sky Dives, an RC Modeler and Racer, a Crabber, a Fisherman and a Hunter.
Honda ATC 70, ATC 110, ATC 200S, ATC 200X, ATC 250SX and ATC 250R. Honda Fourtrax 250X, 300EX, 400EX and 250R. Yamaha Blaster and Banshee. Suzuki LT80.
2017 Kawasaki ZX10R, Honda CT 70, CR250, CRF450R. Kawasaki KDX200, KX250. Suzuki DR250S. Yamaha YZ80, WR250, YZF-R1.
Snowmobiles: '99 Polaris RMK 700 136", 2001 Polaris 2 UP, '08 Arctic Cat M8 153", 2011 Polaris RMK 600 144", 2011 Polaris RMK Pro 800 155".
Vehicles: '75 Camaro, '88 Mustang Convertible 5.0L, '75 F250 Factory High Boy 4x4, '74 Blazer 4x4, Ford Rangers, '95 F350 Powerstroke 4x4, '06 F150, '98 Toyota Tacoma, '90 Chevy Silverado 4x4. Sandrail : VW 1600 Dualport Mid-Engine.
Lori has been a photographer since before Larry met her, and was a natural fit with this hobby. When we started, we largely were doing still shots... but the track days and eventual racing required her to quickly acclimate to action... fast action. When you look around videos at small tracks and the pit areas, she is the primary photographer.
Lori also helps with setup/teardown and everything in between. Being Larry's wife means she also gets a lot of tasks that are outside of her job description