Strokers Dallas - Dum Ass Club - Episode 095





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Published on Jul 20, 2012

Joe starts up this episode with poop talk, thanks for that Joe. The debate over the most famous red head continues as Joe brings a new internet poll with him. Rick talks about the loss of Conrad Nicklus. Rick talks about family and his mother. Next Rick talks about going to Roar on the Shore. In sports the boys discuss Dez Bryant. Joe lets the world know his wife will not touch socks. The duo talk about getting ready for Sturgis. Remember to email Rick about redheads and new best friends rick@strokersdallas.com


Rick & JoeT's Dum Ass Club

Episode 095

Dum Ass Club is the Official Podcast of Rick Fairless!
Rick is joined by long time friend Joe T as they talk about Family, Friends , Bikes, Babes, Beer, and more!


Rick Fairless' Strokers Dallas is the Ultimate Motorcycle Destination in Texas. Located on 2.5 acres just north of downtown Dallas, Strokers has it all: a top of the line dealership, an A+ service department, a bar & grill, and a tattoo shop.


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Rick Fairless Strokers Dallas
9304 Harry Hines
Dallas, Tx 75235
Phone: (214)357-0707


About Rick:

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“I was born in Dallas, Texas and was raised and still live in the Dallas suburb of Irving. My brother Randy (he’s 11 months younger & he’s a big shot attorney in Houston) and I were raised on motorcycles and started riding bikes at 7 years old. At the ripe young age of 19, I went to work for my Great Uncle who owned a chain of paint stores called Roach Paint Company, which later became Glidden Paint Co. After 20 years in the paint business, and never missing a day of work, I was ready for a change, so I retired as the #1 Sales Rep in the Country for the Glidden Paint Company!

My passion in life was, and still is, custom motorcycles. I kept hoping that someone would open a big time custom motorcycle shop here in Dallas so I could buy cool, custom parts from guys like Arlen Ness and Pat Kennedy. Then I thought, why can’t that guy be me? Why can’t I be the guy that opens up a cool custom motorcycle shop here in Dallas?

So, in 1996 I opened "Strokers Dallas" Motorcycle shop. Two years later, I opened up my bar & grill next door called "Strokers Ice House". On any normal Saturday & Sunday we will have 500-1000 bikes pass through my doors! The live music will be playing, the girls are selling ice cold beer and the bikes are roaring in and out... It’s freakin’ AWESOME! Our property is 2.5 acres located deep in the heart of Dallas, Texas, only a few miles from Downtown Dallas! I can truly say that I am the luckiest boy in the world & I am living my dream everyday, 8 days a week!”


Rick Fairless is a well-known figure in custom choppers. His business, Strokers Dallas, sells custom choppers. The shop and adjacent bar and grill he also owns in Dallas, Texas. There is also a Tattoo & Piercing Parlor on the same property.
Rick Fairless has a regular radio show on KRLD-FM in Dallas/Fort Worth: The Texas Hardtails Scooter Show. He now produces the show from his shop and video podcasts can be seen at his website. Rick has appeared on Discovery Channel's Biker Build-Off and SPEED Network's Texas Hardtails. Examples of custom and theme choppers built by Rick Fairless are shown in the book Choppers: Heavy Metal Art. In 2008, the William J. Clinton Presidential Center had an exhibit of bikes by famous custom builders, and two Fairless choppers, Coors and Bettie, were included.


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