Friday, August 31, 2012

Full Tilt NYC Vintage Motorcycle Show

Iron and Air has a nice write up and pictures of the Full Tilt NYC Vintage Motorcycle Show held in Brooklyn NY. Check out the article and pictures here...

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Happy hour ride

Took a quick ride yesterday afternoon with Horsebites, 44ron and Mikevan. Rain seemed to stay to the west so we rode east. Got a good ride in and managed not to get wet...

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Very nice

A gixxer front end on a Triumph Bonneville? Blasphemy you say? I think not...

Get the full scoop over at LC Fabrications

Monday, August 20, 2012

What a fucking bastard

Or Frankenbike if you prefer...

From the Pipeburn write up:
"Today’s special bike is called the “Bastard” and is the brainchild of Mr. Jurgi. The model uses frame and engine of a Yamaha XT 500, linked to a swing arm from a Yamaha XS 650 that provides the bike with more stability. The rear part of the frame is hand made, while head lamp, handlebars and fork are also self made by its creator. Other highlights of this dirty ‘Bastard’ include its vintage Hercules fuel tank, the nice 18″ wheels and its fascinating and unusual exhaust..."

Full write up on Pipeburn...

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Bald guys with beards

Speaking of Imperial Wolf and his general bad assery, VNM just dropped this video on their blog. Talks a little bit about how he started, his process and belches a whole lot in the process. Good shit!

Cutting shit

Ross is coming by today to pick up the frame so he can drop the motor in. Had to get my one last outstanding item on my to do list sorted out before he grabs it. Took a quick shot with the seat Imperial Wolf hooked up for me. Hopefully, this little ripper will be running by September!

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Cafe Racers Japan

Awesome little trailer for a project Christopher Andrew Cooke is working on. Get more info on the project over at their Indiegogo page. Can't wait to see how it turns out!

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Living Life!

Saw this on Dime City Cycle Facebook page and I had to repost. The facial expression and the thumbs up sums up why we ride oh so well!