7/27/09

xt500 cafe






YAHTZEE!

7/24/09

photobucket keeping the man down again....

i am slowly trying to get things to a new host, but it isn't going quickly. rest assured it will be finished before too long.

7/22/09

slice n' dice kustoms xs650 chopper





dubbed quarter mile style.

top notch built bike, and some fine photography as well.

you did good Twig, damn good.

check out slice n' dice blog here---------------------> CLICK

7/21/09

XL650 street tracker








i don't know where to begin on this one, other than it's just perfect.

check out the build blog here---------------------------> CLICK

7/15/09

my life


couldn't get any better than this

7/13/09

mulligan machine shirt shop

i finally got all my stuff loaded to my new site. prices are a lot lower and the shipping price isn't as bad now either. only problem is currently no sticker source. working on that one, but until then buy them up!

click here -----------------------> SHOP

7/9/09

cb550 cafe






and ryzart painted it-----------> CLICK

7/8/09

sanitary bsa chopper


simple and to the point.

7/4/09

cb250 cafe racer





michael sent in this beauty in its finishing stages. hopefully when finished he will send in a quick video or some riding shots.

xs650 tracker






yamaha should have built them from the factory this way.

click-->BIG MOON

7/2/09

450 super single racing/street use


i don't know if many people that pop in here really are much into newer tech rides, but the 450 moto-x singles adapted to a street platform, seems more and more viable as i scour the local craigslist adds. i found an article in short, explaining the ability to change one moto-x bike into four different racing contenders. obviously i am not a racer, nor will ever be one, but i wouldn't mind building a variation of each for street purposes.

450 supersingle article
<----click

pretty slick if you ask me.

ft500 cafe and tracker




builder still unknown. speak up if you know the dirty.

edit: builder link

7/1/09

billetproof bsa


can't take credit for the bike or the photo.

either way, this is one fine machine.