RIP, B12_Bill.

Bill Lockwood, one of my first motorcycling buddies, passed away last night (not motorcycle-related).

I have many wonderful memories of riding with Bill all throughout northern California.

He was my photography partner on the 2003 “STN Northern CA Adventure” ride where we were consistently an hour behind the group as we would stop together for photo after photo.


He was patient and kind as I dragged him through all the touristy tree shit places along Avenue of the Giants on the way to the first WCRM in 2004.


I thought of Bill often even after we lost touch over the past couple of years.

RIP, Bill. I hope your roads are twisty and your beer is cold.


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5 Responses to RIP, B12_Bill.

  1. Doug Faunt says:


  2. Stephanie says:

    He was such a sweet guy. 🙁
    Sorry for your loss, and for all of ST.n.

  3. Mat Hyder says:

    I’m sorry to here about your loss. He sounded like a really nice guy. There just isn’t enough to say about good people at a time like this. Take care of yourself and live life to its fullest.

  4. Nelson says:

    I can’t believe this. He’s also one of the first few people that I rode with once I came to California. Let me stay in his room on an STN Death Valley trip when I was ready to pitch a tent.
    He will be missed.

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