The Limpnickie Lot Footprint takes on a personal challenge in Sturgis

At every rally, the Limpnickie Lot leaves their footprint within the community, this year the goal will be to find a match for Aidan Seegar. Bobby and Elisa’s son Aidan has been diagnosed with a rare brain disease called Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD). Aidan is a beautiful 6 year old boy with huge blue eyes and a smile that is contagious. He is full of personality and laughter. He is in dire need of a bone marrow donor. You may know Aidans parents who run Indian Larry Legacy out of Brooklyn New York. The family is close to everyone at Limpnickie, Cycle Source magazine and us here at Garage-Girls. When something like this hits close to home, the only thing you can do is step up.

The Limpnickie Lot is proud to announce a marrow drive that will be taking place at the Lot, located inside the Buffalo Chip with the help of   Be the Match Foundation* . They will be on location from Monday the 8th till Thursday the 10th.  They are asking that donations be made to help Be the Match* defer the cost of processing every test.  Please take a moment and help out a family in need.

If you are not attending the rally and want to find out if you are the match, please go to and look for a drive or center near you. You can also request a mail-in kit, which is a painless cheek swab exam. This will put you in the marrow bank to not only help Aidan but potentially anyone else down the road with a similar situation. So please do not hesitate and get on board today.

We believe there is a match out there for Aidan, please find out if it’s you!

You can follow Aidan’s Posse at

Italian Market Pasta Salad

Who doesn’t love an awesome pasta salad this time of the year?
Makes: 4 main-dish servings
Start to Finish: 30 minutes
•4 ounces packaged dry mafalda, large bow tie, or campanelle pasta
•6 cups mesclun or other spring greens
•1 cup grape tomatoes or cherry tomatoes, halved lengthwise
•1/2 cup crumbled Gorgonzola, blue, or feta cheese (2 ounces)
•3 tablespoons olive oil
•3 tablespoons white wine vinegar or Balsamic vinegar
•Salt and freshly ground black pepper
•1/4 cup pine nuts, toasted
1. If using mafalda, break into irregular pieces, 2 to 3 inches long. Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain, rinse with cold water, and drain again.
2. In a large salad bowl, combine cooked pasta, mesclun or other spring greens, tomatoes, and cheese. Drizzle with olive oil and vinegar, tossing to coat. Season to taste with salt and freshly ground pepper.
3. Divide salad evenly among four dinner plates. Sprinkle with pine nuts. Makes 4 main-dish servings.
nutrition facts
•Servings Per Recipe 4 main-dish servings Calories319 Total Fat (g)20 Saturated Fat (g)5, Monounsaturated Fat (g)11, Polyunsaturated Fat (g)3, Cholesterol (mg)11, Sodium (mg)246, Carbohydrate (g)27, Total Sugar (g)4, Fiber (g)2, Protein (g)10, Vitamin A (DV%)87, Vitamin C (DV%)12, Calcium (DV%)102, Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet

Cycle Source Magazine’s 5th “Run Through The Black Hills”

For the fifth year in a row, the Cycle Source Magazine will be holding their annual “Run Through The Black Hills” for readers attending this years Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Anyone who loves the Black Hills as much as these cats needs to make sure they are in line by noon on Tuesday August 9th at the West Gate of the Buffalo Chip for a ride you will not forget.   Our own Garage-Girls Sara Liberte has done this ride several years with the magazine and she personally guarantees you will have loads of  and meet the coolest people!   The ride is scheduled to Leave the Chip at noon and the run will head right through the town of Sturgis then out Vanocker Canyon to the famous Nemo Guest Ranch. At the ranch, guests of the ride will be treated to a picnic style lunch before heading back to the Buffalo Chip for the remaining festivities of the day.

Join the Limpnickie Lot builders, the cycle Source staff and many illustrious guests from the motorcycle industry on a perfect afternoon with breath taking sights and killer bikes. Each attendee will get a commemorative VIP pass from the ride and there is no cost to attend. It’s the perfect way to mark the passing of another year, with cool friends in a place we all love!

Trike Twins; sister built and powered!

Check out these dueling Garage-Girls and the monster trike they built on their own.  Meet Heather and Jessy Perts from Marsdale PA, at the young age of 16 they took on this build for their senior project. The twins decided to build this massive monster bulldog trike and required just a little help from dad Steve. now age 20 the girls enjoy taking this bad boy out for a spin, of course after waiting over a year to get some legal tags for it.   If you have a project you worked on or helped workout in your garage we want to see it! Please send pics to  Nice work Heather and jesy, can’t wait to see what you tackle next!