It’s every journalists (or wannabe journalist, if you rather) dream to get to travel and photograph their favorite things… in this case the lovely Sasha of CafeRacerXXX sent me on a mission to photograph Tesla, a Triumph build by my friend Jeff Yarrington of Saint Motor Company in Maryland. With a little help of Kevin Dunworth of Loaded Gun Customs, Sasha organized a great event. CafeRacerXXX organized a MotoLady meetup, a video was planned, and days were set aside for a photoshoot of the bike. Definitely go take a look at the… Continue Reading »
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Two years ago I posted Jeff Yarrington’s green cafe Ural Racer custom build. Since then he’s become one of my best friends! Motorcycles bring people together. Look out for my photos of his bike Tesla in the next couple days!
Thanks to an awesome project with Cafe Racer XXX, Saint Motor Company and Loaded Gun Customs… I’ll be on the East Coast! Maryland to be precise. This SUNDAY March 3rd- come join us at Sixteen Tons (website) for beer, wine, tunes, and talk of motorcycles! WHEN: Sunday March 3, 2013 | 2:00p – 5:00pWHERE: Sixteen Tons – 1100 W 36th St. Baltimore, MD 21211 RSVP to the FB Event
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. Jeff Yarrington (the man behind Saint Motor Co.) is currently finishing a very cool custom motorcycle named after Nikola Tesla. Past that information… you will have to wait and see what we come up with.
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. Details behind the link!
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.