Cardboard Harley-Davidson Boat Wins Glen Ellyn Regatta

Jim Craig of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, built this Harley-Davidson Road King replica cardboard boat in his garage to compete in the Glen Ellyn Cardboard Boat Regatta July 4. The 21-foot-long boat, constructed entirely of cardboard, stands 9-feet tall, weighs about 200 pounds (1,500 pounds with eight-man crew), took over 200 hours to build, and contains about 12 gallons of wood glue. The project was a resounding success, as Jim and crew won the Fastest Time and Best in Show awards at the Glen Ellyn Cardboard Boat Regatta.

“I named our boat ‘Made in USA’ since Harley-Davidson is a great American brand,” Jim said. “The boat was a big hit, a recognizable motorcycle to many of the 4,000 people who came to the regatta.”

Smash and Grab Thieves At Work

Smash and Grab Thieves At Work

Pennsylvania motorcycle dealers are being warned to keep an close eye
on their businesses after thieves executed a well planned smash and
grab burglary at Martin Motorsports in Bechtelsville, Police say the
crooks netted about $60,000 worth of bikes, parts and accessories in
the 4am raid. Owner Dennis Martin who posted this video on YouTube
reported that a black 2010 Yamaha R1, a blue and white 2011 Yamaha
R1, a black 2011 Suzuki GSX-R1000 and a blue 2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 were
stolen along with several thousand dollars of parts and clothing. If
you recognize anyone in the video, please call Colebrookdale Police at
610-367-5550.

Amazing Isn’t a Word I’d Use For This Video

It you think it can’t get any worse than to be forced to ride “nut to butt” and have your friend video tape it…trust us when we tell you it CAN get worse..much worse…