Friday, October 29, 2010

Bikes @ Born Free 2

Nelson, Chopperdave, Max


Red Hunter

Thursday, October 28, 2010

German Winter Flight Jacket

Found this amazing replica jacket online made in Germany...what a great looking jacket.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010



Paintjob by HCC

White & Blue

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Size Matters

Baking it

i wish i had created this logo


SSS Last Night


Celso's shovel and his new helmet

Hill & Cycle Parts

Monday, October 25, 2010

Black & Orange


this my contribution to my lazy friends at DicE Magazine...if it's good enough for Mr.'s good enough for me...
I know it's an old ad but dice?

Stolen from...

Bubba-Z (fullface) in action...great pic, beautiful bikes!
Great to see Brian putting some miles on the helmet!!

Saturday, October 23, 2010


A.C. Nice


British Racing Green & Gold

Caught Stealing...

since "stealing" is the subject...

Bikes that rule

killer front end...bars...etc...
Been stealing a lot of pics and forgetting to write down where I got'em...

Bad Ass Sportster

Best looking XL I've seen in years (yellow one)! If you have more info or pics on this bike, please let me know. Don't remember where I stole this pic from...
rad seat, snowflake wheels, white pipes...great stuff...
I think I love it so much because it looks a lot like one of my favorite bikes of all time: Jeff's Shovel. It even has the same gas/oil tank like the CoC's bike.

Gold Flake

gold flake rocks!

Photoshop Filters...

Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Sneak peak...I'll have them ready by Oct 29th


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Laco "B-Uhr"

World War II broke out. Since combat aircraft had become such a powerful wartime tool, navigator’s watches were put into full production along with the other more direct weapons. The German government demanded five manufacturers to build competent B-uhr watches which were both anti magnetic and able to be chronometer certified. It is believed that A. Lange & Sohne, a principal supplier of the time, could not deliver the watches in time for the amounts needed. The German government therefore brought the raw movements and cases to other watchmakers for mounting and regulating. The five companies that were assigned to build the watches were A.Lange & Sohne, International Watch Company, Laco, Stowa and Wempe. B-uhr was derived from the German word “Beobachtungs-uhr” meaning “Observation Watch”. It is also referred to as the “Navigator’s watch” or “Pilots watch”. Approximately 1200pcs were built in 1942 and they were eventually commissioned to German Luftwaffe pilots and British deck officers. To this day, no watch manufacturer can claim credit to its exclusive rights hence numerous companies can pay homage to the original design.


Gold Leaf


Monday, October 18, 2010



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