Got a buncha pix of all kinds that will kind of sum up the past couple months.
|Sherri with my sporty looking rather sporty herself.|
|Sherri with Damon Yorks triumph!|
Now we are off to Portland for the One show, lots of killer stuff. Its a great example of the diversity that is slowly taking over what has been chopper only for a long time.
|My sporty with Brawny Built's sporty with the Icon display in Portland, the Icon guys are killer, they "Get it" the need to ride hard and fast without having to conform o some sort of stereotypical role in the motorcycle world,|
|but yes, Choppers, both of these owned by Mark Drews. the Triumph is rad, but not really my cup of tea, the Flathead on the other hand is a fucking masterpiece. i cant wait to shoot it. so simple yet so mind blowing,|
|Icon Headquarters in PDX, a small company of 14 guys doin it all in house from design to marketing to cutting up brand new motorcycles. Good fuckin guys with a quality product.|
|the Iron Lung. Killer fuck you attitude bike, I love it.|
|Another of the Iron Lung.|
|More random glory and an epic ass.|
|absolute truth. especially when it comes to building, racing or crashing motorcycles.|
|Picture of Pixie by the one and only Eric Hameister|
The past 6 months have been chaos.
I relaunched my website making a ton of products I have been making actually available. Did the whole website myself and it was time consuming to say the least. I now have alot more items available and many more coming. We have streamlined the process and now i have an honest to god employee running the back end of things so i can actually get parts made. Oh yeah and on November first i married her...
best thing I ever did. Period.
Then three weeks later I went to japan with the Steel Shoe for Mooneyes Yokohama HRCS, sucked leaving her on Thanksgiving day, but it just made me happier to come home.
|Badass K Model Dragbike, ended up being my pick of the show!|
|Knuckles fuckin everywhere|
|gold and white, killer shovel|
Since being back in town i have been super busy, I never get a chance to ride anywhere. i have realized this past week as I haven't needed my truck, it hasn't been raining and my TL1000s is back running that no matter how shitty i might feel, or whatever anxiety attack I might be having over something so stupid, all it takes is for me to ride my bike somewhere, ANYWHERE. All of a sudden I feel better again. I'm going to put the generator back in my panhead this week too so I can start riding that again on a regular basis. It also looks like the paperwork will finally be done on my turbo bike as well, so no matter what, whenever i need to, i can get on two wheels and get back to myself.
i get fed up with all of it, people, the motorcycle industry, etc, but what it comes down to, no matter how fed up I am with whatever is going on around me, all i have to do is get on a bike and all of a sudden none of it matters.