I had to have eye surgery last Wednesday so I decided to use the vacation days I still had to take the whole week off and have a few days of fun just in case something bad happened in surgery. … Continue reading
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Creating shop bikes and personal customs is the way motorcycle fabricators show their capabilities. Fabricators are rare people, always moving forward, challenging themselves as no customer could. You will not find a true fabricator churning out “customs” all sharing the … Continue reading
I was asked on LinkedIN: What do you think of this venture? I’d be interested in your perspective as a businessman, an industry writer, and avid rider. I find their design concept interesting. http://www.vanguard.nyc/ As far as an investment, … Continue reading
I met and got to know Nick, the builder and proprietor of Pop’s Garage Fab (PGF) though three different. but yet all related people: Kirk Taylor of Custom Design Studio, Satya Kraus and the OG himself. Continue reading
Ya just dont see many of these soldiers in the field anymore, kind of like the rotary dialing phone, they’ve faded from the scene, replaced by things that are, ahem, “better”.
So, you’ve probably noticed, 45dgree is kind of freewheeling…coasting.. the question begs – what’s the story? When I launched 45dgree some years ago its mission was clear: it was a photo site I decided to have more control over my … Continue reading
Lil’ Blackie By 8 Ball Brian Have you ever had or ridden; a bike that was just sweet as hell to look at, wicked fast in a straight line, but could become just plain wicked going down the road? … Continue reading
With way less than legal tread on my rear tire, I knew its days were numbered. When it developed a goose egg sized bubble on the sidewall after a stretch of a few miles doing ‘80 plus’ on the freeway … Continue reading
see the Kitchen Sink feature here “Buffalo’s First Ward is an area on the south side of Buffalo that was settled by the Irish in the 1820′s. The area developed into an industrial center in the late 1800′s after the … Continue reading
Visited a new scary place. Lots to show and share. …Found this beauty of a building and a location on a two-wheeled adventure with my friend John. I promised myself to come back with gear in hand, it looked juicy. And … Continue reading
So, I like investigating and recording the state of all sorts of sites, from industrial wastelands to residential oddities. Finding these locations is tricky and getting images of them is often even trickier. I was told about Pleasure Beach, a … Continue reading
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On the way back from the remote mountain campout last weekend, I hit a bad, sudden dip in the road followed by several nasty bumps that I couldn’t avoid. That first one broke the shock mounting bolt. After getting replacement … Continue reading
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Have you ever started out planning some big ride, with just your destination as the only sure thing about the run? Then as time goes on you start thinking about other places along the way you’d like to check out. … Continue reading
I stopped by Chaos Cycles last week to shoot George & Dee’s new bike “33”. While I was there, I filled in some of the gaps and shot 3 more of their machines, some of which you’ve seen in Print … Continue reading
Abandoned America, see it here>> New Hampshire paper mill. The No.1 Machine Room was at one time a single building, inside a thriving, bustling paper mill, located in central New Hampshire….