Here is an alternative way to produce a tail section for your bike with a minimal amount of tools and about $50 worth of material. Materials needed: Epoxy Resin, Fiberglass resin, Fiberglass cloth, Sandpaper in varying grits, Paint and Primer, Painters tape, Aluminum tape or Tin foil (The tape is better and more expensive. Don’t […]
I left Gallipolis, OH this morning right after the fog lifted on the Ohio river scenic byway. Aaron and I had spent his day off tooling on “the motorcycle that will never run.” We got it…well…, sounding better? Maybe, but we did get gas all over us. It was nice to see him talking like […]
– late start saturday morning – left Philly at about 10:30am – tach stopped working 20 miles from the house. Fuckin dumb! – I set up camp after 300 miles outside shenandoah, george washington state forest – now on my way to Gallipolis, OH to see aaron and erin. hopefully they’ll answer my phone call
Its on Saturday morning! I will be back when the spirits are gone. I have been working in the shop getting the bike together for the past week. I made a windscreen to keep the bugs out of my teeth when i’m grinning down the the dragon. I used an old helmet visor from the […]
Ricky’s CB350 Four is looking hot with new clip-ons and lowered gauges. He is still fine tuning the carbs to adjust for the pod filters. We’ll have a run down of what he did to it once it’s dialed in. T-shirt preview that Devyn has been working on…
Published - Aug 27, 2012
Big thanks goes out to our friends at Works Engineering for hosting all of us this past weekend. Great time for sure! Click HERE to see all the PHOTOS.