Another year and another Bike Week in beautiful Daytona Beach. Out of all the years I have been coming here (and that’s a lot), I have never ever been rained out. Yea, I may get a little chilly in the mornings and evenings, but during the day it was absolutely gorgeous.
Published in 2018 EVENTS
Another year and another Bike Week in beautiful Daytona Beach. Out of all the years I have been coming here (and that’s a lot), I have never ever been rained out. Yea, I may get a little chilly in the mornings and evenings, but during the day it’s was absolutely gorgeous.
Published in 2018 EVENTS
Holy Bike Week Batman! I could not believe the great turnout for the 2017 Daytona Beach Bike Week even with the cool weather making riding a bit nippley. Things started warming up the last weekend of the event, although, not soon enough for this fair weather photographer.
Published in 2018 EVENTS
   One thing is for sure and that is you never know what you’re going to run into during Daytona Bike Week. Everything else in life is a bunch of calculated guesses, but you can be absolutely positive that you’ll see something you’ve never seen before during Bike Week. Maybe it’s a new 36-inch wheel for baggers that’s been lying in Cad/Cam on somebody’s computer just waiting for an opportunity to arise or a bagger featuring bags front and rear or what have you. Daytona always coughs up something so over the top it’s a shocker and that’s exactly what we’ve got here.
Published in Ultra Customs
You’ve probably heard the phrase “Different strokes for different folks” or at least heard the song “Everyday People” by Sly and the Family Stone who made this catchphrase that originated in the 1960s famous. It can mean a lot of things, but what it meant to me when it first came about was strictly motorcycle related (everything was motorcycle related and still is). Around my group of hangers-on, it conjured up whether you were a two- or four-cycle engine freak. There were lines not to be crossed as back then you were either strictly in one camp or the other. Whatever camp you were in was the right one and you knew it.
Published in 2016 Events
   There is never a shortage of bikes to be viewed in Daytona during Bike Week and this year was no different. As a matter of fact there were so many baggers in the pavilion at the Harley-Davidson shop on Friday that not only was I unable to photograph any of the great customs there, they were so close together you couldn’t even walk between them.  Did I mention that pavilions are the worst place ever to take photos?
Published in 2016 Events
   Thinking back about where the custom motorcycle world seemed headed to about six years ago or so, it threatened a bleak future with shops closing right and left. I was afraid this might be the end to the whole thing or maybe just another long hibernation like we experienced during the ‘80s and early ‘90s. Luckily I was dead wrong as new shops and new builders have come back strong with one unbelievable custom after the other. You or I may not like every style or paintjob or whatever, but you have to admit there’s a lot of skill, hard work and most of all, imagination, involved in the gallery of Jack Cofano photos you’re looking at. I guess I could say that about both the bikes and Jack’s lovely Daytona Bike Week photos of them. 
Published in 2016 Events
   Covering something as colossal in size as Daytona Bike Week is not for those heavy of foot. Barnett’s Magazine Online’s loquacious lens man, Mr. Jack Cofano, puts on the miles (seriously) so you don’t have to covering the event from every locale imaginable. Whether it’s bikes, people or shows, you’ll see the guy clicking away as he constantly moves from photo op to photo op and somehow he manages a smile all the way through it. I’ve had to follow him at some events and believe me, it ain’t easy. To bring you his great photos, he covers miles and miles only stopping to engage in a bunch of up, down, and sideways positions while shooting pics before he’s off to the next bike.
Published in 2016 Events
For future reference, I was wondering where people enjoyed their time at the rally. I can’t cover every venue so I figured I would see where I should spend more time taking photos.
Published in 2016 Events
   I only thing I’ve missed about not attending Daytona the last couple of years are the last four Tropical Tattoo Old School Chopper Shows at Willie's Tattoo Shop in Ormond Beach. I've missed being with real folks in a real atmosphere. Ain't it strange that the only real biker event is held at a tattoo shop?
Published in 2015 Events
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