A Very Merry Moto Christmas Wreath

A Very Merry Moto Christmas Wreath

This morning when I took the garbage out to the curb, I carried along with it one worn out knobbie tire from Kenny’s KTM. As I stood it next to the garbage can, it seemed to me that there was some life in the old girl yet. Maybe not for riding, but for something.

Luckily, I retrieved it before the garbage men came.

I wiped it off, made a bow and hung it up in a tree out front with a festive red tie down. Then I added a few battery powered lights and VOILA! A very Merry moto-Christmas wreath.

Motorcycle Tire Christmas Wreath

I’m sure our neighbors think we’re idiots – but that adds a little extra zest to the fun πŸ™‚

Sending you a big hug across the miles.Β Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and many blessings to you and yours.

XOXOX,

R.

25 Replies to “A Very Merry Moto Christmas Wreath”

  1. True spirit of Christmas? A celebration of something small and beautiful. The birth of a child.
    Picking up something dejected and abandoned and bringing new life to it says more about Christmas than any fancy, flashy, expensive gift could.

    You’re a freakin’ superhero Fuzz’.

    1. Thanks, Adrian. You’ve been such a great cheerleader this year. I really appreciate it. Thank you <3

      Wishing you many happy miles in 2012. (Shared on your blog, of course!)

      Merry Christmas!

  2. Clever, funny and awesome. What we’ve come to expect from our favorite blogger.

    I equally like to tweak my staid neighbors who sit on their front porch and scratch their heads watching me get on the bike in crazy weather.

    Merry Christmas!

  3. I bow down to your creative awesomeness.

    Simply brilliant. And here I’ve been wondering what to do with our old moto tires since our garbage company will not pick them up.

    Happy Holidays from the west coast.

  4. Thanks for the great idea! I can take all my old tires, tie a bow on them and give them away to friends for the holidays and save myself the disposal fee… the gift that keeps on giving.

  5. Well I guess when i replace the DRZ rear in a couple of days I can decorate it and save it for next year. This is a great idea!

    Merry Christmas to you and everyone else as well!

  6. Fuzzy! Belated Merry Christmas! Love the wreath, that is very cool and cute! Now I know what will be hanging on my gate next year! Happy New Year filled with moto blessings!

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