Praise the Lord and twist the motorcycle throttle
Mountain and road bikes (lots of them) as well as bike frames and parts hang from the garage rafters.
About a dozen skateboards are stacked in a corner, and a pair of motorcycle engines are locked in bench vices waiting to be attended to.
The garage floor features a number of tire trees, stocked with various models of Dunlop motorcycle racing tires.
A sweet white Yamaha YZF-R6 600 the brothers share is the focal point. It's a prized high-tech rocket ship that enables them to zip around some of the most storied road racing tracks in the country at a frightening 150-plus MPH.
The family's used (but immaculate) motor home waits in the driveway, emblazoned with speedy looking and slick orange, yellow, black and white De Keyrel racing colors. It's ready to haul to the next road racing examination for 16-year old Kaleb and 13-year old Mason.
No doubt about it, it's a dangerous sport. Mason's $3,500 racing suit, torn and tattered from a recent spill, hugs a coat hanger, next to a racing helmet scratched and scuffed from that same crash.