Monster Project unseen shot- me on the Monster with it’s new front end, clip ons, and rear sets. This will be the final riding position. I’m getting all excited because this week I should be getting back my frame all chopped with the new steering stop in place. I dropped off my wheels to Bridge City Cycles day before yesterday to get them powder coated goooold! It’s all coming together.
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Lots of bikes out and about today and a lovely 90 mile jaunt on the Maxim. Ended up stopping at Skyline Tavern because there were so many people there (about 4 more than pictured). Best thing about riding today (besides riding in general) was getting to wear my short leather gloves. So much more comfy than the winter gloves I have.
In case you guys missed the announcement- here it is again, all official and suchlike. I am now a contributor to Iron & Air! My first piece was a recap on The One Motorcycle Show, from a perspective more centered around older bikes and ratty customs. Check out my article, and the bitchin’ new website: Iron & Air.
My process for this phase of the Monster Project included putting on the front end, taking it off, putting it on again… over and over. The object of this was to find out where the triple clamps were hitting the ignition mount, grind it out, and mark where the steering stop needs to go.