5 Reasons Why You Should Support Live Music in 2021

Gangstagrass will be performing live in Mammoth Lakes, California September 24th
  1. Musicians took a hard hit: There is no question the entertainment industry was struggling to find a new normal during the shut down. Many musicians who were touring full time, suddenly found themselves adjusting to a digital world. Online music lessons, streamed shows and album sales were some of the many ways these musicians adapted. But nothing compares to playing for a live audience.
  2. Some amazing material was created: Touring musicians found themselves at home with nothing but their instrument and a pen. Hard times and creativity often go hand in hand.
  3. It feels good to dance: Lets face it, you were locked up too. Now that California is open, turn off netflix, put on your dancin’ shoes and go support live, original music.
  4. The time is now: This past year we didn’t just face a pandemic, we were bombarded with political and social issues that will have a lasting affect. Think back to the great protest music of the 60’s and 70’s where artist such as Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix emerged. We are going to see some amazing new artists rise from these ashes.
  5. We miss you: Live music is nothing without fans and people supporting it. It is hard to beat a room full of people all vibing to the same tune. We can’t wait to see you on the dance floor!

,If you find yourself in Mammoth Lakes, California, check out the Mammoth Summer Jam Concert Series. If you can’t make it, find a way to support these artists by downloading their music on spotify, or buying it on I-tunes!

Celebrate Original Music!

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July 9/10 Strange Hotels

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July 16/17 Night Animals

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August 6/7 Cedar Teeth

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August 12/13 Collectivity

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August 20 Mestizo Beat

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September 3/4 Dirty Cello

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September 17/18 Jake Castillo Trio

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September 24 Gangstagrass

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September 25

An Evening with Keller Williams

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Breaking in our 2021 Kawasaki Brute Force 300 ATV

If there’s one thing I have learned from purchasing a brand-new ATV, it’s that there’s never a more important period in the life of your machine than the first 20 hours. This lesson is no different when it comes to our new, 2021 Kawasaki Brute Force 300 ATV. The Brute Force is a four-stroke, automatic, 2WD ATV that is easy to use, and will quickly make any level rider comfortable on a four-wheeler.  It’s so easy, some might forget about those first 20 hours of crucial care to keep your machine running smoothly. We’re here to help with a few tips for optimal use.

Our 2021 Kawasaki fleet will be available for rental Spring 2021! Visit our website to view rates and availability https://therearanch.com

For the first 10 hours of driving, Kawasaki recommends avoiding continuous operation above half throttle. When we’re looking at this 2021 Kawasaki Brute Force 300 model with max speeds around 55 mph, half throttle would be around 25 mph. In other words, don’t go 30 mph for 5 minutes down the trail within the first 10 hours of operation. This is a great time for longer, adventures cruises, staying below 25mph. During this period, prolonged full throttle operation, or any condition which might result in excessive engine heating must be avoided to prevent long term damage to your ATV.

After the first 10 hours, experts recommend staying below ¾ throttle (40 mph) for prolonged operation. Full throttle operation can occur momentary (2-3 seconds max), which will not harm the engine. Each full throttle acceleration sequence should be followed with a considerable rest period by cruising at a lower rpm so the engine can rid itself of the temporary heat buildup. Once the machine has operated for 20 hours, Kawasaki considers this machine to be broken in, however still discourages prolonged full throttle operation to ensure a long, trouble-free life for your ATV. Now go have fun and let your buddies rip around on your new machine!

Pro Tip:  When riding, always monitor the temperature gauge on the digital display. Rule of thumb; if it goes above 2 bars, reduce speed until the engine can cool itself and the temperature gauge decreases.

Kawasaki User Manual: https://ownersmanuals2.com/kawasaki/brute-force-300-2018-owners-manual-72928