Hi, my name is Aubrey, otherwise known as ‘aubs623’ or ‘that girl on vurbmoto's instagram’… Yep, that’s me! I am 21 years old, from Nampa, ID. I just moved out of an apartment in Murrieta, California and am currently homeless. Well, unless you consider a motorhome a “home” then technically I’m not homeless, but that’s how I got where I am today.
Now that you know who I am, let's rewind to about two months ago. Sitting at a desk watching Wes edit War Machines, I was contemplating what I should do after my apartment lease was up in April. That’s when Wes suggested I come on the Good Times and Dirtbikes Tour (#GTDT) / War Machines Premiere Tour and run the merchandise booth; without hesitation I said yes.
Now, fast forward to April 4th - the start of the tour at Echeconnee MX. It was such a great weekend full of, well, good times and dirtbikes. We had a pretty good turn out and everyone who stayed all weekend was lucky enough to be some of the first people to watch War Machines. However, not without difficulty. Who knew you actually needed the remote to a blu-ray player for it to work?! Long story short, everyone was ready to watch the movie and without a remote, the movie would not play. So, despite the few mishaps (that an hour round trip to Walmart fixed), we came back WITH a remote and everyone loved the movie and had a great time.
After leaving Georgia, we drove to Drew T’s house in Spring Hill, Florida. Wes filmed with the Jones Bros and JLaw (who is quite a character) and we were able to go to Florida Tracks and Trails. No words come remotely close to describing how unreal that whole place is. But guys, if you have a girlfriend, there is a man made beach there right next to the track that your girl can hang out at while you ride… just saying!
From Florida Tracks and Trails we made our way to WW Ranch, which is one of the prettiest tracks I’ve ever been to. The track owners were incredibly nice and it was overall a great turn out. We ended up staying at an RV Park right next to the beach, which allowed me to finally touch the Atlantic Ocean for the first time ever.
We have now made our way up to South of the Boarder and finished the ride day. When we got off the exit and drove up to check in, I felt like I was in a cartoon. Between the massive sombreros, amusement rides and life size characters, it’s almost like a fantasy town. Since it was Wes’ birthday yesterday, we were able to relax a little during the day and hang out with friends last night.
Now that you're caught up on (almost) everything that has happened thus far, help US keep up with YOU by hashtaging #GTDT on your instagram pictures.
Club MX is tomorrow, hope to see everyone there!