Monster Project mini update- got the bike unloaded and on the bench at Cerberus, attached chain tonight.
Posts Tagged ‘garage’
Did a front fender mock up for the Monster Project. Because I put a 748 front end on a 750 Monster, the compatible fender is the superbike marshmallow looking thing… way too bulky for my lean mean machine. Which one do you guys like best? Keeping in mind that I will be reinforcing narrow plastic for durability and strength.
Cleaned my garage out today with the help of Justin- it’s amazing how much more stuff I can fit in there. I’m looking at it thinking, “I could probably fit like… six motorcycles in here!” It’s like I’m nesting… preparing for the completion of my Monster.
Motorcycle heaven! My friend Taylor’s garage and back yard… there are moto bits in every corner, hiding under blankets and tarps. Parts and engines, half and fully dismantled everywhere. Shelby and I met at his house after work to continue shooting a motovideo I am working on… But then my camera had magically run out of batteries. 🙁
Submission from Luke in TN- My girlfriend Katelyn started building a 1980 CB650 in her laundry room over the winter. A month ago, she brought it to my shop to finish. After she did the rings, jugs and valves we heaved the engine back into her beautifully finished frame. She’ll be riding this third bike of hers by August. On nights like this, I’m the one barefoot in the kitchen. Thanks for the awesome shot and story, Luke! It’s August now… send me some pics of your girl and her sweet new… Continue Reading »
I know I’ve mentioned Bridge City Cycles before, like in my MotoLady sticker post for example. Now I want to give you a glimpse at their very cool shop! I really dig the place. The entrance is always equipped for running your motorcycle in, door open. It’s very inviting for the vintage-or-slightly-older-bike crowd. 😉 Anthony has a very cool old school truck adorned with BCC decals. More representation, another vehicle. Inside the old Portland building, you find motorcycles around ever corner as you make your way up the stairs to their shop…. Continue Reading »