Celebrate it with a couple of fuckin' freaks and one of the most beautiful bikes that one can only dream of owning one day.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Check out this awesome Chop Cult feature on our beloved "Tingler."
Photos by Jay Cagney.
Feature by Lisa Ballard.
Thanks Chop Cult!
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Ever since my grade school visits to Space Farms zoo and museum in Beemerville, NJ, seeing the insane collection of vintage Indian motorcycles (buildings full, that are now all sold off), I was hooked on the red man brand. Here's a cool old Indian magazine I found in some boxes of stuff a few years ago while helping a friend move. I'll be getting some more scans up from it in the near future. An amazing '47 Chief feature for now...
Gotta love the back cover haha.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
As we arrived at Ride to Skate in Philly a couple years ago, I spotted a chromed bike from a distance, and was drawn to it like a magnet. Ooooh a panhead + springer = 1948; it was gorgeous. Struck up a conversation with the owner, Dave Minerva, and found he had just bought it recently. What a score! He probably thought I was nuts but oh well haha.
After that, I started seeing the bike at every antique swap meet, and then saw this really cool article about it from the Oley, PA meet 2014, in the latest AMCA magazine. They talk about the history of the bike, and the possibility of it coming with chromed tins from the factory. Super interesting; so here's some scans of the article, enjoy!
"While original-paint bikes develop an interesting patina over time, this machine might be said to have a certain 'chrome-tina,' with the weathered plating looking like an artistic representation of faded technological promise."
Friday, September 12, 2014
I was pretty surprised yesterday when I saw STRANGE DAYS on the cover of the latest issue of Cycle Source at the local market!
Thanks to Matt Aims for the photos and first hand account write-up. And thanks to CYCLE SOURCE magazine for the support. Pick up a copy!
I picked up the latest issue of Wrench magazine; mainly for insanely cool feature on Larry Pierce's white knucklehead chopper. The photo shoot was done so perfectly, in true old school Easyriders fashion; definitely one that will go down in history.
I spotted a nice photo of the ol' Cocaine Bandit in the Ride To Skate feature, from when Willis brought her out to Philly this year. Cool to see people still taking notice of the CB.
Grab a copy while ya can!
Thursday, September 11, 2014
We always run into Kyle and Brandi (and if we're lucky Merc too) at anything cool and motorcycle related here in the northeast. It's just awesome to see Kyle's amazing shovelhead in a VL frame killing it around the country. I had the brief chance to congratulate him on his Best Shovelhead award from Born Free this year when I saw them at Strange Days. That in itself is an insane accomplishment, but then I saw the Oily Souls site; best in show! Well deserved, by great people.
Gotta share a few photos of our son Lenny haha.