Posts tagged hard tail

J Shia co-owner and mechanic at Madhouse Motors Cambridge, MA- cutting a Harley pedal for hard tail.
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J Shia co-owner and mechanic at Madhouse Motors Cambridge, MA- cutting a Harley pedal for hard tail.

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The other day I posted Angie Cooper and her Triumph T120 chopper barn find… I wanted to share this 1978 Triumph 750 Bonneville 750CC T120 that will be on display at the One Motorcycle Show this weekend here in Portland. 

Hard to pin a year and model on this bike, but the motor is a 1978 750cc T120 Bonneville, everything else is from random years or fabricated.

Get more info about the One Motorcycle Show, or go check out the Chrome Industries + MotoLady One Show hosted ride on Friday!

The other day I posted Angie Cooper and her Triumph T120 chopper barn find… I wanted to share this 1978 Triumph 750 Bonneville 750CC T120 that will be on display at the One Motorcycle Show this weekend here in Portland. 

Hard to pin a year and model on this bike, but the motor is a 1978 750cc T120 Bonneville, everything else is from random years or fabricated.

Get more info about the One Motorcycle Show, or go check out the Chrome Industries + MotoLady One Show hosted ride on Friday!

One of my favorite things from the Black Mass show- this Yamaha XS Chopper (owned by a nice fella named Josh) with a beautiful DIY paint job that he’s ridden all over the West Coast.

One of my favorite things from the Black Mass show- this Yamaha XS Chopper (owned by a nice fella named Josh) with a beautiful DIY paint job that he’s ridden all over the West Coast.

Yet another teaser photo of Mitch Sander's beeeautiful 1966 Triumph Bonneville custom. He built this thing from the engine out himself…. it still amazes me. Now that is Garage Built.
I’ll later be doing an article on his bike… pointing out small details like the speedo placed next to the seat. 
Photograph by yours truly.

Yet another teaser photo of Mitch Sander's beeeautiful 1966 Triumph Bonneville custom. He built this thing from the engine out himself…. it still amazes me. Now that is Garage Built.

I’ll later be doing an article on his bike… pointing out small details like the speedo placed next to the seat. 

Photograph by yours truly.

Behold the 1966 Triumph Bonneville custom hard-tail bobber owned and built by Mitch Sander. 
I got to meet this really cool cat over the weekend who found this Bonny engine and then built around it. He did it all himself, including dreaming up a GSXR front end swap. 
More photos and backstory soon to come. Photograph by yours truly.

Behold the 1966 Triumph Bonneville custom hard-tail bobber owned and built by Mitch Sander. 

I got to meet this really cool cat over the weekend who found this Bonny engine and then built around it. He did it all himself, including dreaming up a GSXR front end swap. 

More photos and backstory soon to come. Photograph by yours truly.

That is a bad ass hard tail.