Archive for July, 2009

Harmon in Japan

You can’t deny the awesomeness of a Harmon Spirder. From Japan, via flickr.

Johnny, you watchin?


6 Spoke Rulers

Digging these wheels a lot. Anyone want to sell me a set for like $5? How about $10?


Flickr Finds

Bitchin Honda… not sure of the model, but nicely done.

Learning to MIG Weld

Figured I’d revisit some old tech posts for all the new guys checking out the site. Posted this one back in October of 2007, but it’s since been updated. Great for all you guys just getting into MIG welding, or looking to get into it. Lots of great, basic info in easy to understand video […]

All the parts.

Love those old moto ads.

Special ‘79

Jay working on the bars for my sporty.

Chop Cult

The guys at Biltwell are at it again and thank god for that. There newest endeavor - Chop Cult - is a website dedicated to D.I.Y motorcycle community. I’ve been lucky enough to get a slight sneak behind the scenes of what they’re planning, and all I can say is you will be stoked. So […]

Bike Jumble - Kempton Park

May 9th - Southern Classic Bike Show: Photo by Roka Kustom Kulture

Rudge 1932 Special

The Rudge_Whitworth company was an established bicycle factory that entered motorcycle production in 1911. Their first machines were 499 cc IOE singles. They developed the famous Multi gear, with a possibility of up to 21 gear positions.
In 1924 the factory introduced a new range of four valve singles. In 1928 Graham Walker […]