Hello fellows, I'm joris from the JTbrothers. I build bikes together with my brother in his garage. A friend of mine does the painting. We're located in belgium and we mainly build cheap japs but also english and... I've visited this site serveral times before but never joined until now. I've been on the nation meeting in germany last year with one of our bikes. It was a real nice event and we'll be there this year with an other bike. This is our blog http://JTbrothers-motorcycles.blogspot .com
Steve from Northern California (Bay Area) and owner of Diablo Choppers (www.diablochoppers.com). Looking good.
Hey guys. Swedish model76 here. Gonna creep around for awhile to get some inspiration for my Ironhead build.
Whats going on? oh yeah introduction I'm new to this site Im 35 and co-owner of Royal Customz Inc. (Family business) I'm also sole owner of No Pity Graffix both in Kernersville NC. Im currently in the middle of hard tailing my 82 Iron head sportster. I work hard play hard and take no bs. I love my work and i love meeting new folks. Born in PA Go Steelers!! lived in OH! Grew up quick in Chicago! Live in NC.
Im a big supporter of the barter system!!! What the govment dont know im not tellin them!
Hi my name is Peter i am a Tattooist have been since 1980 still drawing and tattooing at Tha Wizards of Ink but love getting my hands dirty in the shed ,i,ve been riding for 35 years ,Started with a 42 WLA that i biult from 2 basket cases i found in a mates shed in 1971 ,fr0m there i brought a new shovel in 78 ,then a 59 panhead ,customized them all in the backyard shed ,much to the dismay of freinds and family,dad could never understand why i would have to change everything i got my hands on ,but i had too ,ape hangers jockey shifts more horse power it all makes the heart beat faster when you get used to the same thing after a while ,Well since i got married ive had a 74 shovel freinds are busting my balls saying ive done a nice job of it air brushed flames rake apehangers 3inch open primary inverted frontend,i should just leave it be but ive already got a weld on hard tail springer frontend little sporty tank shit hot little oil bag ,and a shit load of engine peices and im ready for this winters rebiuld. its great to finaly find some people that have the smae crazy shit going through their haeds love your site and the forums Thanks mate
this is Butcher from Sauerland / Germany, a nice little landscape somewhere in the middle of Germany.
I like to ride motorcycles together with my buddies, even if it´s raining:
I organized many bikeshows here in the landscape for about 8 years:
I organized three 1000 HILLS RUNs here in my village so far :
I love to rock and roll with my band MODERATE PACE (http://www.moderatepace.de)
I´m organizing the 1000 HILLS RUN (http://www.1000-hills-run.blogspot.de/) on the 15th/ 16th of September
I love to party, for example in Bottrop with Toto, Kutty (http://www.hippykiller.com/ and Andybar:
I´ve seen the progress...cool...
Greetings from central Alabama. I guess I should introduce myself. I'm David LaMar Morrill, former AMA 250GP and Battle of Twins roadracer way basck when, bike builder sot of , and author.
Don't do much modern stuff anymore. My current long term project is a 1921 Harley-Davidson Model J blanked off twin boardtack racer. It's half a 1000cc V twin in a Keystone boardtrack racing frame. If there are any board track fans here, I recently wrote an article on early Birmingham board & dirt track racer Gene Walker. For those who don't know, Gene was one of the top racers of the teens and twenties, and was killed in a racing accident in 1924. He set the first official motorcycle land speed record on the sands of Daytona Beach in 1920. The article is is up on Paul d' Orleans Vintagent blog:
I'll get some photos of my boardtracker up, when I get the motor back in the frame. The crank has been on a stateside tour to get reconfigured for the racing frame, and should be back Monday.