Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Maximum Bob Got Some New Bars
Craig made him up a nice set of ultra lows that'll get ultra narrowed.
link: Front Street Cycle
Monday, August 29, 2011
One of Cindy's Orbs
I've been hitting the bike stuff pretty hard so thought today I'd take a break from it and get this light out of the way before we knocked it off the bench & jacked it up.
Few weeks ago my friend Cindy found a bunch of these light fixtures in an abandon building or someplace only she would find, I thought they were cool so she sent me one.
I'm sure this thing started life on top of a pole but I thought hanging it might be better.
After some scrubbing, a rewire & polish this is what I came up with.
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Sunday, August 28, 2011
MBob Weekend (again)
Friday was a Biltwell Happy Hour and of course that was a good time but that beer had me repeating like a howitzer about two miles into 40 min drive home, entertaining to say the least..
Bob showed up early on Saturday and we jumped right into making the power tools sing for all to hear.
Bob wasn't liking the size of the stock HD resi/pedal bracket so he went nuts on the trim down & here's what came of it. While he was doing all that I finished the fender mounts. Swing arm fenders alway suck to get right, this one actually came out with better clearance after welding it up & that never happens to me.
Now to clean it all up.
Saturday, August 27, 2011
It's A Bloddy Mary Mornin
Friday, August 26, 2011
Side Motors BSA
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Today the UPS guy brought me a nice gift from my friend Evan Wilcox.
A lot shorter & a bit lower than the first version, now it's time to get working on the frame & make this thing fit properly.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
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Tuesday, August 23, 2011
link: Posh Factory
$28.00 a pair
Monday, August 22, 2011
We did a little work on Maximum Bobs fender, massaged a Grimeca front master also for M-Bob &
made up a couple more brake line guides (Tim?) & drank some beer.
If Tim doesn't want the other brake line guide I'll put up for sale.
Sydney Cafe Racers
Some great guys doing a nice site.
SCR put together good bit on the BCM SR500.
Thanks for the juice.
Friday, August 19, 2011
The brake line guide has become somewhat of a BCM trademark.
They're fun to make, don't take all that long & look pretty cool when they're all cleaned up.
This one is on Olga the R/1oo, made of stainless and the horizontal 90º bend makes it a little different from the others we've done in the past.
Maximum Bob the FLH needs one too so I'll be doing another here in a bit.
Joshua Doherty's completely hand made eating kit.
Josh is a talented industrial designer hailing from the great white north.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
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