Enter the Harley LiveWire – a prototype electric motorcycle, but unquestionably one that is headed to market (widely rumoured by 2020). It is the bike that could change everything you think about the largest mass-produced U.S. bike manufacturer. If, that is, it can find its market. Which is no small task, given the skeptical eye traditional Harley owners cast on this 21st-century interloper into their 1950s motorized fantasy.
But during the past three years, and in particular the past several months, a series of events has led people in Montreal to embrace the idea that baseball might be coming back. It is a hope so strong that it is again possible to buy Expos merchandise in airport shops, and to dream of a day when a major league club will again call Montreal home.
Aird Flavelle has been nursing a banana plant in his Abbotsford backyard for the past decade, watching as its big-eared leaves reached 15 feet tall and stretched just as wide across his patch of Fraser Valley swampland.
Wow. Is ‘Aird Flavelle’ his real name?
Some one has probably already legally changed their name to Alan Smithee.