Thursday, September 30, 2010

Head art!

Chad Hodge is a Design student who came up with these brilliant designs for his Thesis at his Uni. he's looking for someone who can put these into production. Frankly I'm I'd love to help him find that someone, coz i want the one that sports the Japanese flag. Cool? Super drool!

Via: bubblevisor

Ship shop

We had a kit shipped out to Madrid... Celebrations all around..

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Big problem? No problem

I discovered this through a good friend and top Indian motorcycle tuner. And all of us folk know that it's exactly how shit works in almost every motorcycle workshop o'er here

Friday, September 10, 2010


They're always spectacular at airports.

Start 'em young....

Kr JR started young on his dad's OW48 and was credited not only to winning a 500cc World Championship but also to beating Honda's six-year winning streak. Only goes to show - if you start 'em young, you're gonna have a blast watching 'em grow.

pic: Yamaha

Red Neck Ride

Riding in the south Georgia area is a blast. Vast unexplored areas of marsh where motorcycle swallowing mud puddles are just part of the adventure. So is a southern lad trying to salvage old car tyres! Can't help but reminisce the fun days.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Just for...FUN!

Isn't it just fantastic when people do things just because they can Just because they want to Just to see if it goes someplace.

Here's a pic of George Hurst sketching his 'light bulb' moment over coffee. The Hemi under Glass was one bright light bulb that would light up drag strips across the States in the '60s and '70s

The Hemi Under Glass project was no more than a Plymouth Baracuda with a 426 cu in Hemi placed essentially where the rear seats would be. It took performance to an all new level and made it a stonking mid-engined car. I'm not sure what they claimed or clocked on the quarter mile.Bbut hell, they almost always did it on two wheels!! All the way to the finish!