Thursday, March 31, 2011

Got Jelly



mmmmmmmmm.....Melrose flea market.

Bens Replica

Spotted this Duke 998s Bostrom replica (with double bubble screen) outside Yoshis place the other day. Nice.

Big Bad

That's brilliant! many thanks John, now I know what I'm going to be doing for the next month.

Bugs and Taz

go for a ride

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

This Coming Friday Night...

...Is not that far away.
The Redwood Bar - Downtown Los Angeles.
9pm - 2am.
$8.00 - 4 bands.

Harold's Iron Works.

Harold's Iron Works is an Oakland, CA based metalworking shop. If you need anything done...let them know!

Duane Peters

Saw this on Trawlers blog!!

Western River

Our good friends at 'Western River' sent us the new 'Up Sweep' magazine and it looks excellent! Thanks Akira!!

Weesner Skull

Our cuddly friend Keith Weesner designed this great semi clad girl skull motif for us. We then printed it onto some 3/4 sleeve raglan jerseys and now they are for sale. 100 limited edition shirts only. When they are gone they are gone. Unless we print some more of course. Yoink.
You can buy one H*E*R*E

Chopper Robot

To Doll Baby Eyes.

I Miss You.

Moon Goodies.

Got a nice little package from the boys at Mooneyes last week, which included the new Yokohama DVD and this super sweet new motorcycle parts catalog.
Thanks guys!


Jessica's beemer has a new fairing. Awesome.

In About 2 Weeks Time

Friday night Dice party, Saturday bike and car show, Saturday night Agent Orange, camping, Sunday canyon ride. I mean what more do you need?

'Special' 79

Jay sent me a suprise package.

Damn these bars are so nice. The Shrimp Boat Captain never looked so good. I knew a girl in London once called Helen Back. Thanks mate, you're a star. xxx

Tuesday, March 29, 2011


Stole this from the Speed Seekers blog....Wow!

Sweet Ride

For sale.

Stevie is selling his '73 Dodge Tradesman. 318 auto. Good driver. Lots of stuff done. Comes with NOS heart windows and tags for 1 year. Located in Burbank. Email for more info.

In The Studio

So today we hightailed it over to Jason's photo studio (and apartment) right under the 4th st. bridge in Boyle Heights, downtown LA where Michael Schmidt was shooting the Born Free knucklehead for an article in Dice. Music was played, Malboro's were smoked, Red Bull was drunk, all by Michael I might add, and the photos of the bike are superb. A very talented bloke that's for sure. You're a muppet if you don't buy a $25 ticket to be in with a chance to win this gorgeous piece of machinery.