Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Brotherhood Of The Traveling Lid (BOTTL)

We are headed to Holland today to pick up the Chop Cult traveling lid.  We will most definately post pics when we get em.

New project. It's yella

Here she is.  My yamahama momma project.  I's got 2 motors, frame, front end and rear wheel.  Not to mention a bunch of other shit I won't use.  All for free.99. 

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

its not all motorcycles

here are some pics of the 52 dodge i just picked up

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Barney's new bike

Now that barney traded his 750 four for this bad puppy, he looks a lot tougher.  Or gayer.  I can't decide.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Seans paint

Friday, February 25, 2011

a good tire/rim wesbite

found a good chart to show what width tires should fit on what width rims

tire/rim chart

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Saturday, February 19, 2011


Thursday, February 17, 2011


messed around with the cabr on the bsa a little bit it idling alright.i think i need to go up a jet on the idle though..or get rid of this finicky amal and get a flat slide.

Kurse's 360...updated

Drake just fabbed these pipes up the other day for Kurse's 360 cafe' bike.  Looks pretty titties to me.


I just got my new hardtail in the mail yesterday so I threw that bitch on as soon as possible.  I dig it.  You be the judge.  Once I figure out some spacing issues, it should be good to go.

new shop space

From the balcony

From the balcony
The outside before renovation

Front of building before renovation

Inside before renovation
Welcome everyone to our new shop space!  It is just over 2000 sq ft and will be open this summer for your entertainment (and of course, ours).

Friday, February 4, 2011


Wednesday, February 2, 2011

A Treatise on the Importance of Smoke
by Joseph Lucas
Positive ground depends on proper circuit functioning, which is the transmission of negative ions by retention of the visible spectral manifestation known as "smoke". Smoke is the thing that makes electrical circuits work. We know this to be true because every time one lets the smoke out of an electrical circuit, it stops working. This can be verified repeatedly through empirical testing. For example, if one places a copper bar across the terminals of a battery, prodigious quantities of smoke are liberated and the battery shortly ceases to function. In addition, if one observes smoke escaping from an electrical component such as a Lucas voltage regulator, it will also be observed that the component no longer functions. The logic is elementary and inescapable!

The function of the wiring harness is to conduct the smoke from one device to another. When the wiring springs a leak and lets all the smoke out of the system, nothing works afterward.

Starter motors were considered unsuitable for British motorcycles for some time largely because they consumed large quantities of
smoke, requiring very unsightly large wires.

It has been reported that Lucas electrical components are possibly more prone to electrical leakage than their Bosch, Japanese or American counterparts. Experts point out that this is because Lucas is British, and all things British leak. British engines leak oil, British shock absorbers, hydraulic forks and disk brake systems leak fluid, British tires leak air and British Intelligence leaks national defence secrets. Therefore, it follows that British electrical systems must leak smoke. Once again, the logic is clear and inescapable.

In conclusion, the basic concept of transmission of electrical energy in the form of smoke provides a logical explanation of the mysteries of electrical components - especially British units manufactured by Joseph Lucas, Ltd.

"A gentleman does not motor about after dark."

Joseph Lucas (1842 - 1903)

sporty shit

if i put some xlcr body work on it,i would have a hell of a clone! the rearsets dont work with the kicker though..i have been draggin my ass on it,but i know a guy who has the complete stock siamese exhast for cheap.i am going to finally pick it up this spring

i think the stock version of andy's bike is chillin in the back of this photo