Wednesday, December 30, 2009


I was browsing some pics of the Yokohama show when I came across this beauty. I'm not even sure what it is. At first I thought it was an old Harley frame with a bolt-on hard tail, but the neck and motor look like they're from a Yamaha SR. The rear section though looks American. Whatever it is, it's definately one of the coolest bikes I've seen in a while.



I have really been diggin' these rear wheel covers lately. Front street makes a really cool one(two down on the honda gorilla punch) I might just have to purchase in the near future. I remember when I was a kid I always wanted to get them for my bmx.


Thursday, December 10, 2009


If I were you, and I was in Phoenix January 16th, I would go to this. Jeremiah Armenta makes some of the raddest old school choppers. You can check out his blog at


Tuesday, December 8, 2009


Well... it took us awhile, but we made it down. It was snowing, bikes wouldn't start, and the temp was about 20 degrees. It was really alot warmer than I expected. There were about 6 or 7 bikes that made it. I bundled up so I really wasn't that cold, but... no matter how thick your wool socks are, vans just don't cut it. It took me awhile to get feeling back in my toes. Other than that, I can't complain. It was a blast! Mark it on your calendars, every first Monday of the month. I gotta get that old Suzuki 125 enduro running soon. I have a feeling next one we'll be riding on snow.


Monday, December 7, 2009


Wrenchmonkees and I think I pulled the gold one off of Church of choppers.



It's 23 degrees outside right now and I'm sure it'll drop another 10 by nightfall, but I'll be there. If you're in SLC and you gotta bike, you should try and make it down. Should be pretty fun.