Sunday, November 16, 2014

the beginning of a project, two years in the making.

long list of things to do over the winter, the most difficult one completed, getting the title and a fresh plate. Very giddy about that.
17's front and rear. Exhaust. rebuild complicated dual carb set-up. head gasket. Repair frame damage.
fat bars. new levers/cables. fit contemporary KTM plastics, most likely mean a new sub frame.
attach stick to beat off all the ladies whom will more than likely be chasing me where ever I go on this sex machine.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014


Look familiar?

Awhile ago I went to a D.R.I. show at the High Noon.  They are old farts and ruled nonetheless but their merch guy was a royal smegma smear.  It was all I could do to endure his sarcasm and general disdain for me in order to buy this sticker.  It has stayed on this fender despite a dumb Madison stop sign running bicyclist being wrapped around it and an total tranny grenade incident.  Not to mention my own idiot antics.  Now it has a new home.  I am thrilled.

Monday, November 10, 2014

P.O. B.O.

The influence of the Previous Owner is strong with this one.

Waiting on parts.

Thursday, November 6, 2014


In my new career as an ePay baron I am going through all my moto parts and etc looking for what to sell.

Gonna keep this one because it may be the raddest cover photo on a repair manual, ever.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Brett's Shovel

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Monday, October 13, 2014

Keep the camera rolling

Tom wrangled a bunch of us together this weekend for some filming.
Everything went great, but flashbacks of HMS and a broken foot were lingering in my head both days.   KLR still needs new suspension, no dock jumping for me.

I feel for these guys, although mud makes for a much softer landing point.
Turn off the sound and play yakety sax.

Monday, October 6, 2014

couple blurry pics from ny (tom)

 First day in the city, hungover, warm and rainy, appropriate.
 sorry that this picture is so blurry!  These two pics are from the 9/11 museum.  To say it was intense is a huge understatement.  I did not anticipate on how heavy the whole experience would be.  If you find yourself in new york, please go to this memorial, it's wonderful in the most heartbreaking way.

 Room where the film fest was screened.  Some random dudes head.  Lots of people, lots of random heads.
back to the first day. Sad teddy bear.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Brooklyn Bikes

Mullins Chain Drive/Milkhaus

Didnt catch the builder

...or this one


Walt Siegl



Roland Sands...this happen to be the last pic with my camera before it died Saturday.