Down but not out


Apologies for being away from the site for so long. I needed some time to recover from the Greasebag, spend time with the family and get back to some projects that had been on hold because everything going on with the GB. It will probably be a few more weeks before the site is back in full swing because the projects I mentioned need my full attention (and then some). But once those get out of the way, we’ll be back doing what we always do, and maybe even adding some new features.

I did want to say thank you again for all the support. Not only for the GB, but the site in general. It means a lot and definitely help keep me motivated.

It’s also worth mentioning that our friend Chris from BikeExif just wrote an article for Wired Magazine that includes a photo of the Art Deco Henderson we shot at Rhinebeck last year. If you’re coming to this site from that article, you can check out more pictures of that bike here and here. If you happen to poke around beyond those posts you’ll find that the 2-wheel gospel we preach is focused on spreading the do-it-yourself, built-not-bought mentality. This site is not brand, style or country of origin loyal - we’re open to all makes, models and styles although the slant is certainly gears towards heavily modified customs, choppers, café racers, street trackers and vintage bikes. Most posts on this site can be placed into 2 categories (1) do-it-yourself articles (2) visual inspiration. There is a ton of great useful information to help the the obsessive moto junkie posted under the how-to section - including hundreds of vintage tech articles & books about metalworking and moto mechanics. Dig deep, there is lots to love.

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We’ll be back in full swing soon. Get out of the garage and go ride, summer will be over before you know it.

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