Prior to the year 2020 the world was easily accessible, never in my wildest dreams would I have thought that there would be a 2 year window where international travel would be not be an option.
When something is taken away from you, then reinstated it brings with it a sense of appreciation. Landing in Los Angeles after a 15 hour flight was something I had been looking forward to since I last left in 2017. You can read more about that trip HERE.
Whilst in America in 2017 I met some great people who managed to help me on this trip. This meant I had a GMC Sierra Denali waiting for me at the airport and some tickets to head straight to the Petersen Museum.
The Petersen Museum is an amazing mix of cars and motorcycles, the highlight was the McLaren exhibition, the early years of McLaren race cars is a sight to behold.
If you go to the Petersen then make sure you visit the Vault, it’s where the overflow of cars sit and your guided through the collection and told the story of each car.
I focus a lot on the old customs and race cars but there’s something for everyone.
Having not travelled for a long time the jet lag really took its toll, the best way to eleviate this is to get some fresh air and enjoy some Hollywood sights.
Car culture exists in the USA in many forms, lowriders in LA is an institution and it’s cool to see.
Murals, hydraulics, rotaries and trucks, what more could you ask for.
3 wheeling in Hollywood.
I flew in on Sunday morning and had to pick up the bike on Tuesday, this gave me a little time to visit some sights. Thanks for watching/ reading.