In The Rear.

link: 1981CB750
You need it.

Levi’s & Jeep


  Mighty FC Concept

Just my two cents but I’m thinking  the “Jeep Mighty FC Concept” should be dressed in Levi’s trim.
The Levi’s CJ5 Renegade was a big damn deal in my home town.
I was 10.


Ok Someone at AMC had a bro at Levi’s or vice versa.
ink: Levi’s Gremlin


And here’s the pacer


My Friend Matt.

Matt is part of the original BCM crew.
He up & moved to NYC but forgot to take us with.
Michael Schmidt captured the whole thing, 
it’s in the new issue of DICE & 

Shreddie-C

Shreddie & his shovel  
Chun house

Poor Mustard.

The Mustard Molester was thieved from a forgotten tumblr, Sorry about that.

The Serrano T100

Our friend Nick’s MC habit very much includes 
the knack for buying, selling & in between he cranks out some really nice modders. 
For whatever reason he never sends us any 
of the related propaganda so I poached all of this off the interweb.
It’s most likely for sale or already sold, again we have no way of knowing.
I’d ride the wheels off this thing, Nice job Nick!

Sweet,
Nick showed up in the BCM inbox with some better Pics.

GodSpeed

Ros put up some shots from his recent trip to California
including a good part of his day at BCM/Carlsbad.
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Have a Look.
link: GodSpeed

2Smoke!

Ossa Monocasco

Over the past few days Art-Tic Ossa electric concept bike has been all over the interweb & although it is pretty cool in a giant electric shaver kind of way what really caught my attention was Art-Tic’s source of inspiration.
Santiago Herrero’s Ossa 250 Monocoque Race Bike


Apparently the 1969 Ossa single cylinder 250 was a whopping 20hp off Yamaha’s powerful V4, however Ossa was not only 45 pounds lighter but stiffer and much more agile.
Over the next couple seasons Herrero showed flashes of brilliance & even won on the Monocasco but during the 1970 Isle of Man TT “tank slapping” headshake would cause Santiago to take out fellow racer Stanley Wood both would go down. 
Wood suffered a broken ankle & both collar bones were broken as well,  28 year old Santiago Herrero died from his injuries a couple days later.
The loss of Herrero caused Ossa to cease it’s racing efforts.
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