Archive for October, 2010

Rhinebeck 2010


Montauk Run: Vol. 2


Motorcycle Roller Bearings 101

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Gypsy Run 2010: Vol. 9


Using a lathe as a mill

Blog Round Up 2010: Vol. 1

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Moto Events

I’ve been slacking on posting about upcoming events. Here’s a few that are coming up. Check out the Chop Cult events section for more info. Clicky: Chop Cult Events

TT Deluxe for Sale

Our pal Jeremy at LC Fabrications has put up his TT Deluxe for sale on ebay. Easily one of my favorite bikes built in the last few years. Gorgeous bike coupled with some incredible engineering and fabrication. If you’ve got the scratch, you could have this iconic build in your geerage.
Here’s the link to ebay: […]

Sportster Redux: 2010

Been a while since I caressed the sporty with a wrench - here’s where we left off.

Nice, but there is always room for improvement. She was a bit of an ass kicker on long rides, and not having any place to strap camping gear to was less than ideal. Plus there were a whole bunch […]

Engraved motor goodness

Delicious engraving on a Acme Choppers built split rocker shovel.

Hurray for Soldering

Get your solder on with your bad self.

Rice-O-Rama 2010: Vol. 3


Wiring Wizardry

Up close with some Brits


Montauk Run 2010: Vol. 2


Rebuilding a CB750 Petcock

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Gypsy Run 2010: Vol 8


Threading with Taps and Dies

Montauk Run 2010: Vol. 1

What an absolute blast. Many thanks to Marco for throwing together a ripping weekend getaway. Extra thanks to the 50WL crew for the for the logistical planning, drunken antics (parking lot bike ride anyone?) and belly laughs.

Bearings 101

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