Contact/About Me

Born and raised in Miami and recently relocated to Saint Augustine, Florida I am an Amazon best selling author (The Unwritten Rules of Motorcycle Riding), practicing attorney, and part-time college professor. However, while I enjoy all of the above, riding my motorcycles is my passion. I currently ride a Honda Vtx 1800T and a Harley Davidson Street Glide. I have my eyes on an Indian after that.


When I’m not riding, I’m blogging about motorcycles or writing. Genres include motorcycle themed short stories like the Bobby Bryant Series or my #1 selling book 25 & 18 Riding Cross Country which is about riding from Miami to South Dakota for the 75th Anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. There are plenty of photos in the book with links to more photos and YouTube videos.

Other genres include action-adventure, paranormal, adult humor and romance. After I finish the Trinity Series, I’m going to work on finishing a motorcycle and music themed book which is a collection of short stories. And yes, I love paranormal shows, even gone ghost hunting a few times. I hope you enjoy my books and feel free to leave a review (hopefully a positive one). other readers and riders.

I’m always actively looking to test and blog about products, including promoting motorcycle events and rallies, so feel free to contact me with any questions you may have, including advertising opportunities. To contact me, my email is

Also note, I’m selling my business phone number which spells out 305-688-LAWS or 305-OUTLAWS. It has been used by two law offices for more than thirty years. Contact me if interested and I’ll happily pay a finder’s fee.

Click here to visit my Author Page.

Hope to see you on the road soon,

Alex Hernandez (MC Atty)




7 thoughts on “Contact/About Me

  • March 6, 2017 at 12:38 pm

    It is two weeks now that he said someone would take over and he will take care of his personal problems. Before that, he was saying he has “bigger fish to fry” than warrants. So, which one is it? That’s why I think he will say whatever, b/c a percentage dont’ know what is going on, and they will continue to buy tickets etc…

  • March 6, 2017 at 12:37 pm

    Thank you for reading my blog. If you ever wish to pitch an idea or write something motorcycle related, feel free to contact me.

    As to Nashville Bike Week, it is obvious to him that 99% know or believe what is going on. That means he is focusing on the 1% to continue to fund this. The question that remains is if all this part of a scam, and like you said, where there is smoke there is fire, now what? The end game— he can’t leave the country with the warrants pending, which means he has to stay hiding in the US. Normally, anyone could hide indefinitely, but at this point, it’s tens of thousands of bikers and non bikers that know what he looks like. He’s been all over social media and the news.

  • March 6, 2017 at 2:26 am


    I’ve enjoyed reading your blogs on Nashville Bike Week. Nashville is located in a beautiful part of the country and would be a great place to have a rally. Unfortunately, I don’t see it happening with Mike Leffingwell at the helm. To date, nothing he has said adds up. I’m amazed at how many people continue to talk about the event (on-line) like it’s going to happen. I’m a firm believer in “where this is smoke there is fire”. Leffingwell has a history of scams and he does a very poor job of representing himself on video, Facebook, emails, etc. I wonder if his objective is to continue the ruse until the authorities can locate and arrest him? What are your thoughts on Leffingwell’s end game?


  • February 14, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    John, I will call you. In doing more research, I came across others ripped off by him with the NASCAR situation. I tried doing research over the weekend on the corporation tied into the event, but the website was down. But apparently it his corp. Superflow Ent., Inc. My email is Thanks for reaching out to me.

  • February 13, 2017 at 7:03 pm

    hello alex my name is john frew I knew about what mike axle was up too over a year ago when he tryed to tell me he had 20000 pre sold tickets and when I found out about his real name he got a cease and desit order on me .it a long story but if your interested in hearing it give me a call at 724 612 3142 thanks john im sure there will be a lot of people that will need your help with this one

  • February 11, 2017 at 10:19 pm

    I’ll take the job 😉

  • February 11, 2017 at 9:12 pm

    Are you available for hire if bike week goes sideways?

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