Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Getting over Christmas

We mounted the Yankee headlight

Tam got Ace this sick poster to put up on the wall.

This guy is our motivation when we are burnt out or stumped. This guy just laughs at us and says hey I'm riding my scoot and your bitching about how straight your sissy bar is.

Back to the headlight.

Now this week Ace is out of town all week to Cleveland so I am doing a little work by myself but its inventory time at work, and I hate numbers more than anything.

Last night I worked on this queen seat for the bike, I am torn I may just go with this first version and just put about 2 inches of padding on it.

I made a step-up piece for a queen seat and so I could have a stash spot but I literally hate the was this thing looks right now, it just doesn't flow to me at all.

Any ideas or opinions lets here them unless they deal with pucker bushes please.


  1. I think you need to change the angle of the sissy bar so it's similar to that of the forks. It's too upright as it is.

  2. i dig it being upright, keep on doing it. bike's looking real nice shoprag.

  3. The road to enlightenment is paved with good intentions, unsolicited advice and strewn with dislodged parts and poorly fastened licence plate mounts.
    One night while huffing Krylon and Loctite, I.was visited by a wise man who warned, "He who rides under low hanging branch with mega-tall sissy bar will soon be executing involuntarily wheelie."

    That said, I agree with Spark.

  4. Personally, I think you're fucked if try to clear a puckerbush with two people. Just sayin'...panheads and puckerbushes. fucked.