Monday, August 27, 2012

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Different is good


I dont just consider myself a "chopper guy". Any asshole with half a brain can bolt together some form of two wheeled freedom machine. Shit like this bike above gives me some hope that there are still some guys out there willing to push the envelope and get creative. Buell inspired super moto or whatever you wanna call it. Lots of handmade parts, by TPJ customs. Might not be your thang, but I wanna ride the piss out this. Big props.

Friday, August 17, 2012

This Sat in Milwaukee Hardtail Party!!!

NO Shocks Struts Softails ! Featuring live music by Mr. Deagun Jones and Burning Sons !$10 addmission beer, food, music ! Brought to you by Deadhorse Leather, Billings Cycle fab. and the HMRA. Hardtails only in the lot all others wil find street parking. STARTS AT 1pm

3920 W. National Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin


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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Madison part 2

 Pics by Chris McMorrow








Monday, August 13, 2012

Madison



Thanks again to the Madison crew putting up with our shananigans. Corey & Darryl fixed me up with a new tail light and a bracket so I could get back home the next day since mine decided to leave my bike somewhere around Lake Geneva. Wish I took more pics but I was too busy having a good time & getting drunk. Ed, Stevie, Ernie,Darryl, Corey, Nick, Phil, Pat, Eric, Stevo, Slim...you guys are always a good time and its definetly what I needed. Also, check out the Lost Cause Blog at http://lostcauseengineering.blogspot.com/
The Madison boys are putting out quite the run this year Cheeseball 2012!!!!

Friday, August 10, 2012

IRM

Last sunday I took Nikki and my son to the the Illinois Railroad Museum (IRM) in Union, IL.  All I gotta say is what a blast to the past. This place was incredible! I've never been to a museum where so much of the museum's pieces were still in use. You actually were able to climb aboard and were given a ride. It was just unbelievable. I'm sure my son and the old lady had a great time too. Plus there was a sweet old Panhead there as well. The craziest thing about the museum is that the whole place is run by volunteers! The restorations, the day to day operations. Just seeing the lay out of the land and how everything works is crazy. Definitely gotta check them out at www.irm.org.