Dutch motolady Lucy van Ostade parked her CB550 cafe indoors, “my baby was cold so I brought him inside.”
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MotoGeo garage headquarters- Honda tank planter. Photo by Kevin Warren.
[ more moto decor | MotoGeo website | Kevin Warren’s website ]
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 ]
On the road? Need a safe place to park your bike? Well, just make sure it doesn’t leak and you get stay in a motel on the bottom level. Perfect for road trips.
(Photo from Josh Mills.)
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Doing some redecorating at my place.
Monster Project mini update: The bike is back at home (obviously) while Heath finishes moving his shop so we can start on the exhaust and then the seat will be finished.
We’re getting closer…
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Inside Kelly’s Olympian looking up- a bad ass motorcyle bar downtown Portland.
Sometimes the Italians really know what’s up. Like the fact that having a motorcycle parked in your living room is not only totally normal, but classy as f**k.
Photo from Tod’s Italian Portraits book (more info on eternal-optimist.com).
Light up your day! With this amazing motorcycle headlight lamp for home or garage decor.
"Home is wherever you park your motorcycle."
Todays moto wisdom.
So terrible… and yet my first thought? “Now that is my kind of room!” Well, maybe without the monkey. I’m not down with stuffed monkeys.
Now that… is a shop.
Tables made of retired motorcycle parts! Seriously amazing designs by AJ Ralston, Ducati Master Tech at MotoCorsa… Tavolo Due, the one with all the connecting rods in a circle up top… oh man. I needs it. (More photos and info on motocorsa.com.)
Offerings to the god of speed.
Burn Munro’s wall.
More than just some wall art.
Home Sweet Home
Home Sweet Home
Nice motorcycle desk ornament.
MotoLady by Alicia Mariah Elfving.