Mute the sound, crank some Slayer and check out some cool bikes.May 16th, 2010 by grail21 in Video | Comment (1)
I wish more internet motorcycle videos were this well put together. Beautifully shot and edited. Put together by Nguyen @ MOTORDIVISION.May 11th, 2010 by grail21 in Video | Comments (2)
I realize this is Harley sponsored, but cool nonetheless. Killer bike, great ride idea. Can’t wait to see more of the bikes that are going to be in the mix.April 28th, 2010 by grail21 in Video | Comments (6)
Our pal Jay (aka Special ‘79) has posted a bunch of videos of chopping up & narrowing a sportsters gas tank. He covers everything from splitting the tank to hammerforming the bottom to putting it all back together. Super informative stuff, go chek it out on his youtube page: Special ‘79 videos
Make sure to check out his blog as well: http://specialseventynine.blogspot.com/January 7th, 2010 by grail21 in How To, Video | No Comments
I’ve plugged the Harbortown Bobber flick before, but I finally got a chance to watch it and I’ve got to say, it exceeded my expectations. Scott and Zach from Oneworld are no strangers to directing kick-ass moto movies - both Choppertown & Brittown slayed the small screen. They set the bar high for modern motorcycle documentaries, and their newest flick delivers the goods again.This is not a fluff piece - it’s a perfect mix of the story behind a D.I.Y motorcycle build with enough footage and detail to leave you feeling like you actually learned something. Not that we should expect anything less from these two, but I always get stoked to see them hit it out of the park again. The segments with Irish Rich and Earl Kane are worth the price of admission alone. As good as their previous 2 films, if not better. The DVD is finally available for sale on their website, make sure to go pick up a copy. http://www.harbortownbobber.com/
edit: unfortunately linking the youtube video was causing some formatting problems on the site, check out the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKOXQfQszLkDecember 17th, 2009 by grail21 in Video | Comment (1)
Our friends over at Choppertown are at it again - this time with a new flick called The Harbortown Bobber. Check out the trailer - the DVD is coming out in July. These guys never disappoint with their flicks, so make sure to check it out.June 18th, 2009 by grail21 in Video | No Comments
The new Choppahead DVD is about to be unleashed on the world, and if the trailer is any indication, shit just got crazier. Knucklebuster is stoked to be a part of the DVD release festivities by hosting the world premiere screening at the Greasebag on June 13. Just in case you needed another reason to make the trek up to Laconia, we called the kings of jackassery and made it happen. We’ll have a projector set up, and shortly after the bike show awards we’ll start up the flick. BYOB and popcorn, and if you’re down with the after party, make sure you make arrangements with Lisa for camping. The party will not disappoint. Get stoked, we’re 2 weeks away baby.
Part 2 of this announcement is that Knucklebuster will be one of the official sponsors for the Choppahead release party going down on June 21 in Providence. Here’s all the info:
Choppahead Vol. 3 DVD Release Party
Presented by Choppahead and Iron Horse Magazine
Mess with the Bull (featuring members of Scissorfight & Lamont)
Eddie & The Louvres
Iron Mustache (NE’s gnarliest Iron Maiden cover band)
WHEN: Sunday, June 21. 5pm-11pm - early show with secret after-party party.
WHERE: Club Hell (73 Richmond St. Providence, RI - www.myspace.com/clubhelllive)
WHAT: Booze, Motorcycles, Mayhem, Music & Give-Aways (in no particular order) ALL NIGHT!!! You know how we roll - you don’t want to miss this shit!
Again, this is sure to be a killer time, if you’re in the area, make sure you make it out to support our local boys, check out the sick bikes and partake in the insanity.
Check the choppahead blog for updates: http://choppahead.blogspot.com/May 29th, 2009 by grail21 in KB News, Video, Knucklebuster Show | No Comments
Part 2 of the frame welding session down at Tanks by Tigman in Rockland MA on my Suzuki Savage Chopper project. Again many thanks to Dave for the excellent work and all his help. Check out his site at www.tanksbytigman.com and if you need any sort of welding work done, do not hesitate to get in touch with him, his work is top notch.
As an update on the project: The bike has been loosely assembled and the chain conversion has been done. Up next is some gas tank modification, rear fender cleaning and cutting and all the bracket welding.November 19th, 2007 by grail21 in Spotlight, Projects, Video | Comments (11)
Part 1 of 2 from the welding session down at Tanks by Tigman in Rockland MA. The bike is a 1987 Suzuki Savage which is being completely chopped and customized. In this first episode you’ll see Dave start the foundation for the hardtail frame. October 26th, 2007 by grail21 in Projects, Video | Comments (9)
Watch us completely break down and strip a 1967 BSA Thunderbolt chopper as we get it ready for a ground up rebuild.
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