Sunday, November 29, 2009

New Rig

Today Jeff and i rolled up to Ogden and swooped up theses beauties! we are both pretty siked to say the least. jeffs wife nikki is rather excited too because the cl350 is hers, they are gonna sculpt the cl into a little cafe racer for her first ride. i grabbed this shovel for a really good price so looks like i have yet another project. i am going to leave this one alone as much as POSSIBLE.

Thursday, November 26, 2009


OK i have a few more paintings up for sale in the store, the last set of paintings went really quick so get em while they are hot.

this first one measures 13in tall by 9.5in wide. in the usual fashion it has been created with lacquer, bondo, chroma clear, urethane resin, and xerox copies. its super glossy with a ton of grime under the gloss.
this piece is rather small measuring 8in tall by 2.75in wide. created with bondo, tons of spray paint layers, paint markers, and xerox copies.

Black death i mean Black friday.

On Friday in true corporate stiff fashion we are going to offer 20% off everything. just send your list of parts to me at and i will knock 20% off the total shipping and all!

Squiggle Bars!

Here is a set of bars that i just finished for brooks triumph. i figured i would make them correlate with the Sissy bar. here are a few shots of the process.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Jam Session

Here is some footage that I have been collecting. I thought you guys might dig it.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Up and Coming

So this kid Deyne Stocker sent me some shots of his bike the other day. Here are a few shots of his ride. Thanks Deyne for sending me your pics, I think your on the right track.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Kicker Pedal Concept

Here is a little sneak peek of the kicker pedal that Dave has been working on, let me know what you guys think. Cast brass, Teflon bearings. Let me know what you think.

p.s. our internet is jacked up so if the response is delay I apologize!

New Parts

Hello guys I have some new parts up for sale.

First is a seat pan kit, there are two options the builder kit that comes with 1 flat seat pan, 1 left mounting bracket, 1 right mounting bracket, and one 5/16-18 weld on boss ($60). This kit is good for someone who wants to build there seat to custom fit there bike, the pan features etched registration marks for locating your seat springs and an etched center line for easy measuring.

Second is the same seat pan kit but the mounting brackets welded, the pan is bent to a slight arc at the rear of the pan, with threaded spring posts welded on. buy it and upholster it and your done. ($80)

Third is version two of the chain tensioners. Version two includes a 3/4in axle hole, more compact design while achieving the same rotational distance, pangea winged logo silhouette. ($25)

Monday, November 9, 2009

Raddest Blog Ever!

OK so I just came across this blog through 4q's post. If you guys grew up skating you have to check out chrome ball incident. Its a blog that has tons of old skate adds and articles archived. Man, this brought back so many memories. One of my friends had a "slick deck" with this Tom Penny graphic on it.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Coming soon…

Hey guys and gals, here is a little sneak peek of what Dave has been designing for me. Let me know what you guys think. They will be offered in aluminum and brass. What material would you prefer. Oh, and there is going to be a kicker pedal that goes with the set too.

Monday, November 2, 2009


Well I finally got around to doing some modifications to Jessica's sportster. Chopped the fender, shortened the signals, new tail light and plate mount courtesy of Jason James, new bars, new seat, and removed the front fender but left the brace. here are a few shots.