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Sasha Valentine (of Cafe Racer XXX), Jeff Yarrington (Saint Motor Company) and myself today at the MotoLady Maryland Meetup. 
Sasha is a mover and a shaker to say the least- she made all this happen. A packed house today and tons of motorcycles, a fun time was had by all. Thank you Cafe Racer XXX!

Sasha Valentine (of Cafe Racer XXX), Jeff Yarrington (Saint Motor Company) and myself today at the MotoLady Maryland Meetup

Sasha is a mover and a shaker to say the least- she made all this happen. A packed house today and tons of motorcycles, a fun time was had by all. Thank you Cafe Racer XXX!

East Coast Invasion Commencing

In less than a week I’ll be traveling to Maryland for a very exciting project with Cafe Racer XXX and Saint Motor Company. You may recall Saint being mentioned both in the Monster Project (Phase 9: 748 Front End on 750 Monster, Phase 8: Fixing the Tank) and the very popular green cafe racer Ural

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Monster Project preview time… Pinstriping on the tank stripe by Jeff Wolf!
Original/base paint job by Jeff Yarrington of the Saint Motor Company.

Monster Project preview time… Pinstriping on the tank stripe by Jeff Wolf!

Original/base paint job by Jeff Yarrington of the Saint Motor Company.

Detail shots of my seriously awesome Monster tank with custom paint by Jeff Yarrington. Logo by Chris Dunlop.

Every time I look at it I hear the guy in Wizard of Oz go, “IT’S A TANK OF A DIFFERENT COLOR!”

To see this bad boy in action watch the walk around video on YouTube.

[ more from the Monster Project | tagged Jeff Yarrington ]

IT IS IN MY HANDS. THE TANK IS IN MY HANDS.
Sparkly chameleon classic gold leafy Monster paint job in full effect! Better detailed photos later. :)

IT IS IN MY HANDS. THE TANK IS IN MY HANDS.

Sparkly chameleon classic gold leafy Monster paint job in full effect! Better detailed photos later. :)

Monster Project: Phase 9

Ladies and Gents, thar she blows. My 1998 Ducati Monster 750 Dark with a Superbike 748 front end on it. The process getting to this point was long, drawn out and annoying. But having adjustable, strong, awesome front shocks is so very worth it. 

Take a journey with me through the somewhat painful steps taken to get to this point. There’s gold at the end of the rainbow!

The Monster Project: Phase 8

Last I posted, I was flimflamming about what kind of logo to put on the tank of the bike. The paint scheme was already all planned (thank you all for the suggestions, though) and I just needed to top it off with the right version of the Ducati logo for the mood of the bike. 

At this point, I can finally show you guys something definitive… so you can see where I’m going with this whole project. (Full views and videos after the cut.)

I’m not sure if I’ve stated this or not, but I’m going for a retro stylized mean lookin’ moto. Put these in your brain and shake ‘em around: Classy, ivory, racing, glitter. What do you get? The best paint scheme ever. 

Night time is the right time… to work. Jeff from Saint Motor Company in his work shop. This is the stuff my dreams are made of.

Night time is the right time… to work. Jeff from Saint Motor Company in his work shop. This is the stuff my dreams are made of.

Lowside Magazine featured Saint Motor Bikes BSA 500ss cafe custom, and I love the photos!
Jeff Yarrington, the owner and main man of Saint, is an extremely talented, helpful, and cool guy. So it’s GREAT to see his work displayed correctly! (www.saintmotorcompany.com)

Lowside Magazine featured Saint Motor Bikes BSA 500ss cafe custom, and I love the photos!

Jeff Yarrington, the owner and main man of Saint, is an extremely talented, helpful, and cool guy. So it’s GREAT to see his work displayed correctly! (www.saintmotorcompany.com)

Saint Motor Bikes does it again- this time he turns a 1972 Yamaha XS 650 into a classy little cafe bike with a removable tail cone for the option to seat two. How ingenious.
From Jeff Yarrington, the talented owner of Saint Motor Company-

"[My] favorite part is that I pull off the exhaust & muffler under the seat (sectioned & made frame taller in rear), & the Battery being hidden under gas Tank, all leaving the rear section empty, without sacrifice of amenities."

Saint Motor Bikes does it again- this time he turns a 1972 Yamaha XS 650 into a classy little cafe bike with a removable tail cone for the option to seat two. How ingenious.

From Jeff Yarrington, the talented owner of Saint Motor Company-

"[My] favorite part is that I pull off the exhaust & muffler under the seat (sectioned & made frame taller in rear), & the Battery being hidden under gas Tank, all leaving the rear section empty, without sacrifice of amenities."


The Shoemaker Wears Flip Flops

Submission from Jeff of Saint Motor Bikes-

My Helmet & Ride