Thursday, November 29, 2012



Wednesday, November 28, 2012


Scout Knife

In love with this Scout single blade knife. From the shape of the blade to the gorgeous bone everything about it.
from Seattle, WA.


JK20 Classic Gloss Black 
Black Imported Velvet Liner
Size 60/61
210 usd / 420 reais




Silver Flake & Navy

Leo Payne's Turnip Eater


"Leo Payne was a leading drag racer and top-speed record racer from the 1950s through the 1970s. He was a drag racing champion and set numerous records on his highly modified Harley-Davidson Sportsters. His custom-built machine, dubbed "Turnip Eater," was also the first non-streamliner to go over 200 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 1969. Payne was a master at building special carburetors to run a nitromethane and gas combination. Payne’s designs helped S&S Cycle launch a successful line of racing carburetors. " From AMA Website.

Going to Japan...

My buddy Lucas from The Factory Metal Works sent me this pic of their killer Triumph that is going to Japan for the Mooneyes Show.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

440 pages of cool choppers!

Christmas is coming...make sure to check them out and buy them: HERE

No need to introduce Cicero but just to be repetitive, Cicero rules, great friend and super talented...has been shooting all the coolest bikes and builders around for the last few this is something you have to have on your garage...great reference with all those rad bikes you rip off to post on facebook with no credit.

"Documenting various vintage chopper riders, builders, their work, and their workspaces. These 6x9" softcover compilation books are a whopping 440 pages packed with full bleed photographs printed in black and white on natural white stock."

Elliott Brood

Make sure to listen to Cadillac Dust...

The Alaskan Tuxedo

The Forestry Cloth Cruiser was formally introduced as style No.16, the Filson Forestry Cloth Cruising Coat in the early 1920s. By 1972, the Forestry Cloth Cruiser, along with its matching pant, was known as “The Outdoorsman’s Tuxedo” due to its dressy appearance under rigorous conditions. For this reason, it has also been affectionately called “The Alaskan Tuxedo”.


Thanks for the pic, Brian!


Gloss White


Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Thanks for the pic Doug! 
Doug's panhead built by Paul Cox

BBS In the Backyard Sessions

ruling as usual...

Mischa's Shovel

Thanks Mischa for sending this cool pic of his swingarm Shovel and JK helmet.

Hadys' WLA

Check out more here: Jurassic Machines






Wednesday, November 14, 2012

69 Mile Ride

pretty bummed I'm missing this...but if you're there...

Friday, November 9, 2012

Pan dreaming...

Beto's secret stash of Brit bikes...

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

CR750 Oil Tank...almost there...

some CR750 Factory Racing Style Oil Tank...soon... MORE HERE: CR750

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