Monday, August 31, 2009

Spring Seat Stantions

Hey guys, I have been planning some new parts and I would like to get your opinion on one of the parts. This is just a prototype that I whipped up so the real ones will be way cleaner. These are stantions for spring seats, you know the little bosses that locate the springs on the back of your solo seat. I am just wondering if this is something that given the availability you would want on your bike. I just thought that the regular old stantions needed some re styling. Please give me your two cents, what would you change or what do you like about it?







Sunday, August 30, 2009

Parts is Parts

Hey guys, I have some new parts available. We are in the process of building a new and improved site for Pangea Speed. With that being said I have decided to just post the new parts on the blog. If you are interested in purchasing any of these parts feel free to email me at andy@pangeaspeed.com . I will be posting PayPal buttons for these parts shortly so if that fits your fancy you can buy that way.




Here are the new Pangea Speed chain tensioners. They are made out of 12 gauge stainless steel so they will never rust. They are built to fit a 20mm (.79in) they are a tad loose on a 3/4 (.75in) axle but will still work. If you have a 1 in axle they can easily be drilled out to 1 in. They can be used on any flat axle plate all you have to do is mount a post for them to rotate against. I like to use a 1/4-20 socket head cap screw. Check out video below to see how they work. $25/pair





This is the new licence plate bracket we have come up with. there are two versions, one with a tail light and one with out. They are both built out of .090 5052 aluminum. Every bracket is hand welded by yours truly. The aluminum has been given a special glass bead treatment to achieve the satin finish, this finish is also great if you decide to lay some paint on it. The tail light unit is predrilled to accept a 1956 chevy tail light. The bracket is designed to work with a 20mm (.79in) axle but will work with a 3/4 (.75in) or can easily be drilled to fit a 1 in axle. no light mount $100, with light mount $110 (light not included)

Friday, August 28, 2009

Stuff is Stuff


I just thought I would say thanks to everyone who has been buying parts and shirts lately, you know who you are. It really makes a huge difference as to how fast I can come out with new stuff when people buy parts. Just so you know at this point every dollar that is made on any parts or services is recycled 100% back into designing and building new parts to sell to you guys. If you think of something that I do not offer PLEASE send me an email telling me what you want. The more responses I get the sooner you will be seeing the parts your looking for. Thanks for taking the time to read this.


-Andy C.

Monday, August 24, 2009

canyon runs

jessica and i have been hitting the canyons quite a bit as of late. we have found some rad new people to ride with which is nice too. check out these dudes site, www.boltsaction.com they have some rad stuff on there site and are a ton of fun to ride with. the other guys we have riden with dont have a name yet but have established that if your gonna ride with them you have to be "jumped in"

judy


sorry i have been slacking on the blog lately, i have been working on this a ton. this is my 63 studebaker lark. she is getting a bit of attention that has been long over due.


Saturday, August 15, 2009

boston.


my good friend Jake wood just moved to Boston for med school. we are gonna miss hangin out, haulin ass, and having a good time with him. but now i have an excuse to go to Boston right?

speeeed week!

we rode out to the salt flats last weekend for speed week. there was some rad stuff out there, people going way faster then they should be. we had a great time, camping out, the car show, goofing around on the salt, what a blast. here are a few shots we wound up with.


Thursday, August 13, 2009

ultima victima

here are some of my good friends down in mexico city. there band is named ultima victima