Lynn Kelly Archive

How to Paint a Motorcycle Helmet

When you finally have your own motorcycle, one thing you want to do is to customize it to your taste and stand out. So it comes to no surprise that some owners takes customization to the next level by including their gears into their personalized project.

Customizing a gear takes a lot of patience and practical know-how which was practices a long time ago, but you need the proper equipment like a sander or polisher, an air brush, some spray gun with paint of your choice. Lucky for us, there are many DIY videos or books available that you can see in YouTube or books at stores to give your gear a new defined finish.

Now without further ado, I will now teach you the step by step guide on how to paint a motorcycle helmet.

There are many styles of helmets available right now in the market and it included finishing like glossy or matte types but the costs varies as well. That’s why I strongly recommend that you buy the black or plain white helmet when you want to alter its look because it is cheaper. Just be sure to get the right fit for you.

The biggest smallmouth … ever

David L. Hayes is an avid sportfisherman who holds the distinction of having caught the world’s largest smallmouth bass. A narrative of how Hayes caught the 11-pound, 15-ounce fish back in 1955 is presented.

Well, maybe you’ve never heard of Mr. Hayes, but the record he set in 1955 outdid those other great moments in sports, not only unseating a current titleholder but establishing a record now forty years old and conceivably untouchable.

Something fishy: there are still lots of ways for fishermen to get rich, most of them illegal

Illegal fishing has become a way of doing business in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. Despite prohibitions, fishermen continue to overfish, fish out of season, fish out of bounds, catch undersized fish and use untagged lobster traps. The industry has to make a decision whether to fish responsibly or spoil its source of business.


Advancements in the production of fishing equipment will allow for new fishing experiences in the future. The new equipment will change the way fisher approach their sport and introduce them to new types of fish capable of being caught.
welcome to the future fishing

IF YOU’VE NEVER FACED OFF WITH A BARRACUDA ON A FLYROD, tangled with an “Eskimo tarpon” or wrestled with a sturgeon that would dwarf a kayak, now is the time to make your move. We’ve entered a new era in fishing, one that stretches the boundaries of how we fish and what we fish for.