Whenever you're in Northern California San Francisco Bay Area, be sure to visit the showroom and upstairs historical museum packed with master Ness's original creations and memorabilia, including this Shovelhead 94 cubic inch with Knuckle top end, OG bike building back in the 80's!
Customer builders are at the forefont of what chopper enthusiasts are doing and the following blog providse the latest news and information about these builders.
We went over to LA Speed Shop today to shoot a bit of tech and to see what Chris Richardson & Co. had going on. Check em out at LA Speed Shop
Tarrera's Thy Will Be Done art exhibition featuring kustom kulture artists was hosted and held yesterday at Affliction clothing's impressive headquarters in Seal Beach, California. There was plenty to entertain the crowd with hot rods outside, including Affliction's own armageddon-style rat rods, and live tattooing inside by West Coast Ink, ... Read more
OH SNAP! look what we just got to play with!Yup a set of Progressive Suspension's 970 Shocks for our swingarm bikes. Trick looking and even more trick working, the piggybacks are made to take a heavy Harley and make it feel more like a sport bike. Expect a full test ... Read more
Our boy Fingers of the Death Science crew has been hard at work making these Stainless Steel mid mounts so you don't have to. This dude makes them right and cheap enough that you don't even have to bust out your torch to get those Anderson pegs where ... Read more
Ruby, our 40th Anniversary bike has been a little bit ill since we chucked her together a while back in time to make it into the 40th Anniversary issue.Our pal Eric Webb offered to pick her up and run her our to Pomona so Father Fury AKA Rico Fodrey at ... Read more
We yank the last bastion of "bobber" has been yanked from the Daily Dyna when we pulled the rear fender. Read all about it HERE The fender was replaced with a Superglide-style OEM rear fender from Harley-Davidson and painted by Santini Paint. Oh, and ... Read more
Our pal Anthony at Chassis Design Co hipped us to the spare fuel tanks he's making for bikes with small tanks. This little tank can be mounted anywhere in the bike and holds a bit more than a liter and can get you where ... Read moreSponsored Links