Thursday, May 31, 2012

Alien custom by Ness

painted by Arlen Ness with Horst applying the fantastic Alien artwork.

Saturday, May 26, 2012


mr Magic spotted my old full dresser at the Jesolo Bike week in Italy! Looks like they stripped it to the bone... too bad! It's like mr. T with no gold chains!
picture credit of Zenachopper


Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Friday, May 18, 2012

Marky Mark!

then and now!
A lot of old mag scans I get from mark, I appreciate it a lot man!

Monday, May 7, 2012


Brand spanking new 1976 Liberty Edition superglide will always be cool

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Dual glide

The Dual Glide chopper was born when a longtime enthusiast and mechanic for all things Harley-Davidson wanted something new. Drago Slimonia has seen a lot of trends come and go, and he decided to build a machine for himself. Slimonia wanted a chopper that wouldn't look like anyone else's, and he succeeded with the Dual Glide.

Starting with a 1975 Harley-Davidson FXE, Slimonia began to design and assemble this twin-suspension marvel. From the handlebars down, every inch of the Dual Glide's front end has been handbuilt by Drago. The dual hydraulic fork legs are completely functional, and the multiangle bends in the handlebars are just as unusual.
Matching the Dual Glide's forks is a quad shock setup for the rear swingarm, which necessitated a few changes to the otherwise-stock Harley frame. Also altered was the Harley's Shovelhead V-twin, which grew from 74 cubic inches to 101 and gained some hot-rodded parts in the bargain.

With its dual suspension and colorful graphics, Drago's Dual Glide chopper isn't likely to be confused with any other. Which means Drago got exactly what he wanted.

some art

My new personal favorite! Really stoked on how this turned out.
Based on a old 1920 something Harley ad

Saturday, May 5, 2012

choppers and scooters!

they know how to do it in Japan

Martin's motorcycle

saw this pass by on FB and just had to share, very cool bike in Norcal style!!
Built by Martin McLaughlin
*edit: new info! "Bike was chopped Martins late brother Ray Davenport in the early '70s. Bike was sold recently." Thanks for the extra info Martin!

always nice to see how it would have looked like "back then" by adding some drama!

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Tuesday, May 1, 2012