Van Nuys Blvd used to be the place to cruise in the San Fernando Valley north of L.A. For a long time it went away, but now its back ever 3rd Wednesday night all summer long. Some of these are from my cell phone (LG G5), some from an old and nearly dead Pentax digital point […]
There are way too many pictures, but I am working through them. I figured I would put this up as a gallery and add to it as I go. This page is part 2 (in progress) part 1 can be seen here.
The viking funeral, one last hurrah nature of running these rare, valuable, pre-war Indians and Harley-Davidsons is subversive. It’s a lot like lighting your cigar with a $100, only more expensive and more fun to do.
Rob raced the Monster Moto 80cc mini bike, and despite our best tuning efforts could not make it to the top of the hill without running the last few feet. Still a great time out there.
I just wrote this story for RideApart, but had a bunch of pictures I didn’t use and didn’t want to go to waste.
I went to the opening of the new Harley vs Indian exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles on Thursday March 2nd, 2017. Here’s a sampling of what I saw. Words and such will be on RideApart shortly.
Went to the motorized bicycle races and took a bunch of photos. The main story is on RideApart as usual, but here are the photos I didn’t use.
I went to the annual Born Free custom motorcycle show this year, and went full on hipster and shot 35mm film. Because of that, and the shittyness of one of the 2 cameras I was using, some of these pictures really look like they are from 40 years ago. Enjoy this massive photo gallery dump. […]
By the time you read this U-Pick-Parts and Aalden Brothers in Sun Valley will have shuffled off to the great big trash heap in the sky. Between the all import lot where you could always find weird French and Italian cars, and the everything lot (no kidding, even boats, semis, RVs and motorcycles) next door, […]
As near as I can tell, someone destroyed a Karman Gia and a Yamaha XS650 in order to make this. The only cool thing is how the halves of the Gia come together in the middle to form a kind of fighter plane bubble cockpit. Does it look like the steering head from the bike […]