James Richard Larson lives in Wisconsin (USA) and is a United States Navy veteran who served in the Vietnam War. An electrician and an avid Harley-Davidson enthusiast for his entire life, he is the author of multiple books that feature the Viking lifestyle and Nordic mythology.


Wil De Clercq lives in St. Catharines, Ontario and has worked as a freelance writer & editor, a visual artist, and in such diverse fields as demolition, the merchant marines, faux finish painting, advertising copywriting, and film and television production; he has been a dynamic force in the world of motorcycle journalism for more than thirty-five years.


Marc Teatum resides in Salem, Massachusetts, and is an author of contemporary motorcycle fiction and professional photographer. He began his career behind the lens servicing the advertising and public relations industry, and has won numerous awards in the design and photography fields. His fine art photography has been exhibited extensively and is represented in private and museum collections.

Teatum has been a Director on the executive committee for the Art Directors Club of Boston, and was the editor of Biker Update—the Modified Motorcycle Association of Massachusetts magazine—from 1987 through 1994. An avid motorcycle enthusiast for more than forty years, Teatum is active in Boston area motorcycle rights organizations, and has served on the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Motorcyclist Association, the Modified Motorcycle Association of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Motorcyclists Survivors Fund.

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