Waiting Out Winter


The cold Philadelphia winters might keep us off our motorcycles but that down time is always well spent making our old bikes better and stronger in preparation of the next riding season. In collaboration with our own Andrew Watson, this video pays homage to all of us spending the winter months in our workshops…

Check it out on Pipeburn

17 responses to “Waiting Out Winter”

  1. BG says:

    WELL DONE!

  2. scott says:

    Absolutely brilliant! 🙂

  3. John says:

    great video guys, definately got me feeling the vibe!

  4. Anna says:

    uhhhh, this is awesome.

  5. billbraile says:

    fantastic! but where was the bucket of monk wipes? ha ha ha ha

  6. Jim says:

    Killer

  7. Devyn says:

    Watson, you genius! Would have loved to see how you set up those rolling stop motion shots.
    Where’s Ricky?

  8. Andrew says:

    Thanks guys!

    @devyn, yea man i used a motion control slider and an intervalometer for the time-lapse… the one involved pretty much building a shelf above the lift… took 40 minutes to rig, but was so totally worth it!

  9. Chris francione says:

    Great work again Andrew, really conveys the shop as the living, breathing thing that it is.

  10. Richard says:

    @billbraille – the monk wipes are right on top of the white cabinet, next to the toolbox, in the right hand corner of the screenshot.
    @devyn – I was sick, but i was there fixing the vending machine.

  11. Nick says:

    Great video. I’m doing the exact same thing but in jersey. This video made the pipe burn blog btw.

  12. Patrick says:

    Made me all warm and tingly inside. Job well done.

  13. Anthony says:

    This video or shall I say, short film is so good! Great job!

  14. brad says:

    waycool

  15. Dewcati says:

    Man, wish my shop was so roomy and heated……. great vid.

  16. Jerry Head says:

    Looks very cozy and warm. I lived in Littleton, Mass. – Ft. Devins. Ten foot snow drifts, etc. Now I live in Austin, Tx, we ride all winter, but the summers, month of over 100+ degrees. If you don’t get to where you are going by noon, it’s like riding in hell..But, you can always get in the shade, and have a cold one, or head to the rivers, lakes and springs for a dip..Thanks, J & G

  17. Chris francione says:

    Just saw it was on wrenchmonkees’ blog….cool.

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