Blabac Photos!

Busy day here so enjoy a couple Mike Blabac photos from Buckey Lasek’s backyard bowl.
I’ve worked with Mike on many occasions, he’s a friend with a true talent & passion for photography.
If you dig on these you should check it out his book.
link: Blabac10
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Buckey Lasek, Indy

Chris Miller


Royal Enfield



This past “Sunday Chop”

As most of you know over the past year or so sundays around here have turned into “Sunday Chop”. Sometimes A ton of work gets done sometimes it doesn’t. Well yesterday while Paul slaved away finishing his BMW motor we all sat around and made fun of Matt’s new donor bike “Purple Knurple” and somehow we managed to do this for hours.
In Matt’s defense the price was right and as always he has 11 different directions in which this project may go.
Stay tuned.

Born Free & Cycle Zombies

Yesterday I rolled solo up the coast to check out the Cycle Zombies Party & Born Free Show.
It was a great day for splitting lanes between Bentleys & Aston Martins through Laguna, Tercels & Civics in Santa Ana. I finally met Chico Motos Troy & Nikki, Hung out with some good friends & I don’t think I’ve seen so many great bikes in one place as I did at the Born Free gig.
It was a good day.

Matt, Nikki, Troy, JD & Cro
Rollin out.

BF Josh.
Only 11 more years until Barber College


Born Free & Cycle Zombies #2

Probably my favorite bike of the day was this BSA @ the Born Free show.



“Trash Can” Morgan

Bob “Trash Can” Morgan
Bob was a pioneer of the visorless helmet movement, hucking yourself on a BMX bike & a test rider in the early days for Kuwahara & Bicycle Motocross Action magazine.
He sometimes rode in work boots and apparently broke a lot of bikes hence the moniker “Trash Can”.


Coasterbrakes, yeah.

Attex




British Collaboration

Gold is bold, well & the blue too, but this thing is nice!



The original Oakley grips.

Too Much Time On Your Hands?

I can feel the cuts to my fingers by just looking at these things.



Improving The 74 Clutch

This seems to make good sense as a quick & easy mod?
Does anyone have any experience, Relevant thoughts and or Constructive criticism on this so called improvement?
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