"Music is my main hobby, and motorcycling is a close second. The two have been intertwined since the beginning. We started playing clubs around the San Francisco Bay Area, many where motorcycle clubs, including the Hell's Angels, hung out. We played blues-rock, which really connected with the biker crowd. We were also riders ourselves; we all had bikes and lived that lifestyle. We identified with them and vice versa. We still have that biker connection today. We just released our 13th album, World Gone Crazy, and we'll probably play 90-100 shows this year, many at motorcycle events. Whenever we're offered motorcycle-associated gigs we go for it, and we probably enjoy those more than other gigs that don't have a motorcycle component."