Tuesday, September 24, 2013

3 Dudes, 3 Motorcycles, 3 Bicycles, 1 Truck to Brooklyn








































































11 comments:

Bob-Bob White said...

Damn man! Awesome pics! Thank you for this. Really good job and looks like you guys had a blast. I love the fact that you took pics of everything, not just people getting wasted with their shirts off.

Joiner of Fine Furniture said...

Lots of fun pictures. Thanks for sharing.

Dan Yoder said...

Thanks!

Ben said...

YOLO!!!

aaron said...

Got any pics of the whole bike with that little speedway style tank?

Ben said...

I think I do Aaron, if I ever get around to going through them!

aaron said...

It looks like the top of a sportster cover, so I'm curious if they built a speedway bike with a blast engine, or if it's a vtwin chop with a speedway aesthetic.

Dan Yoder said...

Its a vtwin chop...not a blast and it DOES run speedway...full on speedway bike.

Not sure if its a big twin or a hopped up sporty...my memory is a little hazey from that particular day:)

http://speedandglory.blogspot.com/2010/12/t-rods-speedway-bikes.html

aaron said...

Uh, the first pic that comes up on that link is a single cylinder, like all speedway bikes. Don't know if he used blast cases, but it's neat. I think I know who that is too. If you've never seen On Any Sunday II, I recommend it. Great speedway footage.

Dan Yoder said...

Yeah I know...it was either a big twin or sporty that they chopped one cylinder off of to make it a single. It was never a blast I know that much. I read a blurb about it on some blog a few months back

Stinky five said...

Get set of photos, especially like the SV next to the hot rod; poles apart, but there for the same reason.