Thursday, December 8, 2011

Saturday, August 6, 2011


Gravel Crew XS650...big side pictures evade me.

Bruno Designs XR650L Cafe

Bruno Designs did this Honda XR650L that is sweet.

Imagine all that torque in a very lightweight package, combine that with the reliability of one of Honda's most popular dual sport engines, and you've got a pretty nice cafe racer.

Cool LED running light:

In the raw:

Thursday, August 4, 2011

I wasn't able to find any large pictures, but I'll try to get ahold of the owner for some.

I do know the following:

10.5" Rear Shocks
3 Inches Front Drop
4.5" Bates headlight
External Oil Cooler Kit from Heiden Tuning
Bosch Pre-War Cigar Style Tail Light (they are out there for BMWs)
Seb talked about a DT360 tank, but I'm not sure which one is on the bike in the pictures.

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Holiday Customs

I remember Jared from a year or so ago when I had the CB400F. He did one in a brat style, but has had lots of projects since then.

Heres what's up:

Also did a CB450T a few months ago:

Also does cool stuff like this:

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Tuesday Repost

In case you missed it:

From Bubblevisor

Thursday, July 14, 2011

CB360T: Before and After

My first bike was a 1975 Honda CB360T. I owned for a few months at best.

I just wanted to ride, and the vintage carbs and electronic completely baffled me.

I ended up selling it to Keith Seaman, who after riding it stock for a year or two, and starting himself into a chopper project that would have engine trouble, decided he wanted to get the CB360T a makeover.

My first bike, his Pusher Betty.

September 5 2009


Keith said he got the paint out because "wasn't offensive enough".

Well Keith, I think it did the trick.