Posts Tagged ‘project’

Jessica Van Dusen’s 1968 Honda CB350

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Jessica is a 22 year young lady in the Los Angeles area. She’s not been riding that long, but she’s already breathed life back into her 1968 Honda CB350 basket-case project motorcycle.

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Interview: Sofi Tsingos of GT Moto

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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.

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DualSporty Frame Chop

Progress on the Dual Sporty project- the dreaded Harley frame chop. Rather, the sub-frame chop.

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Pandora’s Box in Sportbikes Inc Mag

The June issue of Sportbikes Inc. Magazine has arrived, and within you can find some exclusive photos of my Monster, “Pandora’s Box” for your viewing pleasure.  I am flattered and honored to have been included in the publication featuring the lovely Red Spade on the cover.  It includes a short article I wrote about the completion of the bike, which you can read online for free at SportbikesIncMag.com. ▲ [ more MotoLady in the press ]

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Transport your bikes in style… Wolf Designs‘ 1962 Ford Econoline tail draggin’ van with CL350 cafe racer project inside. [ more from Wolf Designs | source: facebook ]

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My dude Wolf got workin’ on his XS650 chopper project again last night. Plans were made to have it done by Born Free this weekend, but as happens with building motorcycles, it had to be put on hiatus for a little while.  Don’t have a lift? Use a cinderblock. Ghetto fabulousness. [ more from Wolf Designs | more XS650 ]

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GT Cafe for Cause Site Launch

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 »

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Warning- redhead wrenching! May cause distractions in the workplace. Annalee Cleveland working on her project bike… follow her on instagram!

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Warning- redhead wrenching! May cause distractions in the workplace. Annalee Cleveland working on her project bike… follow her on instagram!

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Surprised miss Montserrat Mendoza while she was working on her project at the Cerberus co-op garage.  [ more tagged wrenching | more from San Diego ]

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