I've been working on the FJ60 for the past month and a half, so I've been riding the bike as my only form of transportation. Not a bad thing at all, especially with our weak winter. That being said, it hasn't been all sun...
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Richy from the Jokers sent us these. Thanks man, see you guys soon!
Wolf and Jonathan fresh off the boat
The morning after the Fückerfest heading over to Ghetto Choppers
Drying out rain suits after one of the 3 rain storms they hit during their trip up north
Jonathan hungover after leaving the Chopper Freaks MC in Norway
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Friday, January 23, 2015
Haven't done this in awhile, but heres a couple pictures that we have been sent, and some that we stole, from friends from across the pond.
Andy and Chris, Bavaria
Richy, Jokers, Sweden
Rogues MC, Wicky, Bouncer, and Mike the Bike, Holland
Chopper Freaks MC, Norway. Drink one for us!
Robert, Chopper Kingz, France
And on a side note: people making orders from the online store, packages get sent out at the end of every week. It has typically been two weeks for things to arrive to Europe, and a little longer to Australia and NZ. Thanks for the orders, and we'll see everyone on the road!
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
A couple of us headed up hwy 49 to see Gus off. Ended up at the "wettest place in Dry Town" for a couple, and then back on the road south before the sun dissapeared.
Angels Camp, Main Street
Not a lot of water. Gus
Dry Town, hwy 49
Aaron caught up with us for the ride home.
Stripped it apart, and wrapped the cable around the grip with electrical tape. Then tied a piece of bailing wire around the cable sleeve end to my risers for the cable stay. Worked pretty good. But you couldn't really "twist it back"!
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Here's the dates for the Biltwell swap meet in Sacramento:
More info about the NorCal Swap HERE
Friday, January 16, 2015
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Sunday, January 11, 2015
Friday, January 9, 2015
New plugs and advance weights...
Test ride turned into a whole fiasco: ran out of gas, as I was coasting down the road, ran a stop sign. The only car in sight was a cop. Dude pulled me over instantly, and the only thing on me was $3.07. But the nice gentleman let me go! He had to laugh though, because my bike was so quite as I passed him.
After putting the last of my change in the fuel tank, finally got to enjoy a little of this: 70F, January 2015!