Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Swap this weekend

We are getting our parts together for the swap meet this weekend, gonna be a good time seeing everybody there, and maybe we can sell some stuff too.

New scoot

Jordan kicking his new bike, while receiving the mojo instructions from Bryant, more pics to come of the bike in a little while once Jordan is done blowing his load in his pants.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012


We went tearing down the Ironhead motor to find what parts we need and wow do we go a big ol mess.

Celebrity status

The local HD shop wanted a kool store back so they asked me for a pic of me riding my Panhead. This is the pic I sent them, Wes took it last during Revenge Run.

After much negotiating this is what the artist at HD came up with, kinda gay but its funny that my green helmet made the cut.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Ironhead Tear down

The Ironhead got tore down this week, so we can make our make shift paint booth and start doing some painting.

Dave-o cant work to his full abilities when he catches a glimpse of my beard in the right light.

The 2 Ironheads that will become somewhat one.

Doing a front end check.

Having to do some frame mods.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Luke's top end

Lukes Shovelhead has had no compression for awhile so we tore her down to find out why, parts are out getting machined as we speak, hopefully it will be back together by next weekend.


One of the local shops just finished this bike up, pretty bitching to see original BSA sporting around

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Garage Decorations

A very promising garage wall Texas Scott has minus his pre-war Knuck obsession.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Hole In My Heart

It seems like we have a million projects to do, and no time, no money, and no light at the end of the tunnel. But then it seems like other times, we make great strides on a Sunday or a Monday, and it feels like we have nothing to do. It's amazing how the roller coaster takes us on a crazy ride. Sometimes it takes a moment when you sit down and walk around in the silent to understand what all you have, and have going on.

Joke Of The Day

Why did the Hipster burn his tongue when he ate the slice of pizza?

Cause he ate it before it was kool

Friday, February 17, 2012

Heroes that influenced me Part 2

Long before skateboarding and choppers went together like PB&J, before kool shows like Born Free and Brooklyn Invitational ruled the planet, before people surfed the Internet for ideas and parts, before Harley Davidson made the metric V-Rod. When people appreciated a nasty weld on a show bike, or a rattle can paint job on a bike, roamed this man. This man was a biker, a Marine, a SHADETREE.
His bikes have graced the pages of Iron Horse, to V-Twin, to winning best rat bike at an Easyrider's show.He drag raced a famous bike called the Herniator, the name was given to the bike due to the hernia he suffered from while kicking this monster to life.

Maddog had full pit crew of misfits we top of the line sponsorship. An OBGYN, Chopper Dave, Country Time Bar,, and a few other shops were sponsors.

Now this drag bike wasn't your average drag bike, it was a kick starting, slap shifting, fire breathing beast. Yes for a good bit of time he owned the world record for foot clutch/hand shifting 1/4 mile. The rules read today NO foot clutch only hand clutch allowed in AHDRA.

Now lets not leave out he wasn't a responsible racer all the time he knew how to party down, from Halloween, to World parties, to Rockinghams, he was the center of the party and still is.

From crazy parties in Daytona with Fingers, to moving the outside bar at The Last Resort doing a 4 bike burnout against the bar. Those were crazy ass times.

The most ridiculous of all is when they asked him to build a chop-off bike for the Smoke Out, he took it as a joke because the biker build-offs were a big thing and a very trendy thing going on at the time, so he built one of the funniest bikes ever and on a budget. Even better was the shit we wore at that years Smoke Out, polyester pants and Hawaiian shorts.

Since married life for him he has calm down a bit, but drag racing his Belvedere and the re-invented Herniator.

Rob "Maddog" Moore has started a new chapter in his life as a dad. He will continue to drag race and ride bikes and build bikes, just with a extra set of eyes watching his every move. If you have ever met Maddog you know he has made you laugh or plug your nose one of the two.

Trophies for going fast

It's V-Roid but it still goes stupid fast

Thursday, February 16, 2012

I'm a day late and a dollar short

But this is still great

Cannonball 2012

My friend Doug is gonna enter this years cannonball run from Newburgh, New York to San Francisco, California on his 1928 Indian 101 Scout, good luck man

Dave-o's got a new fuel tank

Wednesday, February 15, 2012


The shop is being over run by theses chopped up FXRRRRRRRRRR

Shovel love