December 31, 2007

December 27, 2007

December 22, 2007

December 17, 2007

flattrack thunder has some killer vintage flattrack photos from the
Bay Area in the 50's

December 13, 2007

December 9, 2007

December 5, 2007

old school pics

This was 1983 Seatac BMX triple point race, that's me in front,
I think this was one of the motos early in the day. It was a good
day though I won this 15-16 cruiser class and 15expert and my teammates
won all their categories so we walked away with the team trophy as well.
The team trophy was 6 ft tall or something which was some kind of selling point to win it.
I think we had to take it all apart to get it into someones car.
My 1981 kx80 and the first year of the Unitrak suspension, the second photo is racing
in the 80A class on that bike in the yamaha gold cup series Whidbey Island.
This on a high speed roller that you'd hit flat out. The Whidbey Mx

track was more like an enduro it was so long. We had 2 - 25 or 30 minute
motos or something and only did 4 or 5 laps. The track had a gnarly for
the day - ditch jump that was right out of a hairpin turn,
the jump was more of a big dropoff about ten to 12 feet up which
was followed by a 12 foot trench, it wasn't a double you'd just land on the flat.
It turned out to be a no brainer even though I worried about it all
night wondering if I was going to be able to clear the thing.
I was 13 and only on an 80 and I remember guys in the senior classes were even talking about it.
On an 80 you had to be really committed out of the turn, fanning the clutch, to have enough speed to clear it,
but then you'd just float right over it.
Even though you landed on the flat the suspension soaked it up.

December 3, 2007
has some great old logos on it..

December 2, 2007

According to the Arlen Ness people, Arlen put this together
with spare and blemished parts he had
laying around. Then when he finished it he dug it so much
he went out and hammered it for a couple weeks.

I won the Big twin Custom Show with my small twin Yamaha. Now looking at this
photo I realize my my bike number was 6 which has alway's been my lucky number.
Thanks Trevor for riding one of the two bikes down there, then coming back
down tonight and riding them back home with me.

Malcolm Smith's Bike

December 1, 2007

Mugen ME 125, so cool.. not white like O'mara's bike but that watercooler was
trick as hell back in the day.

Sarah's bike at the Cycle World Display

November 29, 2007

November 27, 2007

Sarah and her 72 CB500 that we rebuilt together in the spring are on

November 11, 2007


These guy's at motorrock are ridiculous.. check out the
original parts link on there site..

October 22, 2007

Check Yellow MC's website out..

September 27, 2007

XS 650 Chopper

Saw this on Craigslist.. XS650 chopper .. literally

Adams-Wilson "Choppy" home-built Helicopter.
Powered by 650cc Yamaha twin. Fully functional vertical take off.
65 MPH 8000 ft. ceiling
I bought this but do not know how to fly a roto-wing.
Have been told it would be a good idea to be able to fly one!!!
Would also make an excellent attention-getter for your buisness!

September 24, 2007

Oyster Run

Thousands of stock Harley's and one cb750 chopper

CB750 trike .. with reverse!