Sofi has been featured on the MotoLady website many times in the past, and it’s no wonder why. She’s an inspiring woman with an infectious smile and a ton of talent. Between building bikes and being generally awesome, she managed to take some time away for an interview.
Posts Tagged ‘builder’
Sofi Tsingos has launched the website for her awesome project, GT Cafe for Cause! After her father George was diagnosed with Cancer she started this project to help keep his mind off the battle. I invited her to write a guest article. “…I decided to build a bike, raffle it off and donate the money to those who work tirelessly to help cancer patients continue to stand strong, to continue to smile.” Throughout my life, as it is with just about anyone anymore, cancer has affected people I care deeply for. Whenever… Continue Reading »
Photographer Anthony Blasko visited Walt Siegl’s shop in New Hamshire and took some beautiful photos that seem to evoke the same emotions that looking at Walt’s builds do (for me). Kudos, kudos. Capturing a craftsman at work is a rewarding challenge. [ Walt Siegl website | see more shop spaces ]
Sofi Tsingos (parts lady at Ducati Dallas) and her 1977 Honda CB550 cafe racer build. Words on the process from Sofi- My dad and I started to really get into Cafe bikes back in 09’. Found a new way to express another kind of art, kinda like hot rods. We looove old cars and hot rods. My Dad started reading up on the old Tritons, he found a frame and started piecing one together. I kept saying I wanted to build one too and started doing my own research. I was thinking… Continue Reading »