Monday, January 31, 2011

Polar Bear Plunge CR250

I have a bad feeling about this one and that makes me feel good. Taking it down to a polar bear plunge into the Atlantic on 2/19. Hope to get it on the beach at some point and skim it through some water drunk and frozen, but if not sliding sideways down the street will do just fine.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Thursday, January 20, 2011

GT 550 Two Stroke 1976

Some before and afters of the two smoker. Three cylinders split into four pipes with an air scoop on the head. The scoop was added to later models to help keep the center cylinder from melting in summer traffic. Bike was weird and different but sounded fast, would like to get another one someday and do it up right.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

If you have no friends

and people look at your shoes funny sometimes, you should  go here. Sheraton Philadelphia City Center Hotel 17th and Race Feb 4th-6th

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

CB 750

Before i got to finish this one i got stabbed by a piece of rusted wet metal taking it apart. After a few days my finger swelled double the size and had to be sliced open to drain the infucktion. Bike was filthy, rusted, covered in mold and smelled like low tide. Someone made an offer on the project so she was sold as pictured below.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Winter means

Frozen Rice Cakes

 long days

and long nights locked in here

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Erin & Mr.Pats visit to Love Cycles

 Mr.Pat and Erin took a trip out west last year to pick up a model A body and to visit Pat's old cowboy boyfriend from Wyoming. On the way home they made a stop at Love and took some shots, Enjoy...

Scratch & Sniff

Click it

Sunday, January 9, 2011

1954 Chevy 3100 5 window

 Fresh off a peach farm near Mullica Hill N.J.

I couldn't bring myself to sand off the previous owners signage. Above is the drivers side text, written in drunk Jersey whiskey font it reads, Jerry Gould RDI. Millville N.J.  And below the passenger side reads Johnson Aura. N.J.  I've tried to research the names in both towns to find some more history on the truck but have come up empty. Sometimes its best to not know where things come from anyway.