Friday, September 9, 2016

Garage Remodel

Because of my obsessive compulsive issues of having too much shit, I ran out of garage space and had to go vertical. With the help of my pops and my buddy Bryan I created a whole bunch of shelving and vertical platforms for the projects. Projects on top, complete bikes on bottom.



Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Another one followed me home

I found this 1964 T100SC in Chicago. A kid was about to BOBBER it but, like most people, lost interest. And I'm thankful for that. 1 of 342. it somehow made it's way to Chicago from Oregon. It has a rich history of racing up and down the West Coast. And most amazing of all, I managed to convince my 70+ year old parents to drive from Ohio to Chicago to get it, and then drive clear out to California with it. It's obvious my parents are enablers. I plan to build it up as a sister bike to the '55 for riding dirt with. No frills dirt bike.

Saturday, September 3, 2016


I saw this thing needing rescued down near San Louis Obispo, and you know how I am with strays needing a home. It was just weird. A unit motor modified (with questionable craftsmanship) into a rigid pre-unit frame. I've been told my some to just replace the seat tube and return it to a stock rigid frame and sell the motor for parts, but they can't see through the ugly and weirdness like I can. Depending on the direction I go with this, I may or may not change the uncompleted rake to stock. But it will definitely be going to a frame guy to straighten out as it will definitely still have a unit motor. And I don't make ugly bikes.

I think if I keep the rake it will have a drag bike vibe to it. 21" in front, short bars, big rear tire.