Sunday, February 26, 2012

.:sick days - winter:.


 Sick days are far and few between in the winter,i usually save them for the summer months. So when i take one i try and make the most of it. Start by waking up the dead beat friends that collect unemployment for months on end.

 dust off the bikes, and ride

work on everything you've been putting off that haunts you while you're at work


try to check the list off that's been burning a hole in your pocket
 
and last , get lost in a happy place, i think I'll dig a hole in this mess and stay
 



Sunday, February 19, 2012

~ Pan Tank ~ by Mike McElwee

 





Below McElwee's Evo, above a new tank hes glueing together for his Pan, going to be nice and classy 
 

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

-regret-





i call these first top four, we used to ride together rain or shine

i call this one, telling the story of why I'm selling it


i call this one, i just realized that's a sad reason for selling it


and i call these last two, i don't want to buy it anymore.


Just kidding Mr.Pat, I'll take good care of her in Pa, but once its done you best buy it back, you're missing a fourth corner that needs covering. 


... JONNY

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

- Indian -

"From Anaheim Gazette, Thursday July 4, 1912, under article "The Day Program, All Races for Fine Silver Loving Cups"; image shows, Alfred "Butch" Bittner, winner of the 20-mile motorcycle race, which went from Los Angeles Street (now Anaheim Blvd.), to Center Street (now Lincoln Ave.), west to Walnut Street, south to Ball Road, east to Los Angeles Streeet and north to Center Street; Bittner is standing behind his 1912 two-cylinder, 7-hp Indian Twin motorcycle, wearing his racing entry number "6" and holding his silver loving cup; the race was won in 24 minutes, 6 seconds."



Speed plow