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Thursday, June 7, 2012
What a damn shame, I'm a slacker, haven't posted in forever, and still got nothing to post now, eventually I'll get my shit together and have something interesting to post on here. Until then feel free to give me hell, I probably deserve it. Ride safe and keep the rubber side down!
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Well thanks to the dumb bitch that pulled in front of me in August, I'm officially broken and so is my bike. Leg is broke, badly sprained wrist, and hyper extended thumb, its still numb after 5 weeks. Got a rod and 4 screws in my leg, winters will be real fun for me now, nothing like a cold piece of steel in your leg to put you in pain for a few months every year. Anyway, the FXR will be getting chopped, I'm thinking a 4" up stretch and 40 degree rake with a springer, still kinda sleek but with an old school stance. Any input on this would be great, and if there is anybody that can do a rendering of this that would be willing, I would be very greatful. As of this writing I'm still recovering and am mostly bed ridden, but I'll try to keep everyone posted and I'll get pics of the bike up when I can. For now ride safe and watch out for the fucking cages, later!
PS, I'd like to thank Duckman for adding my blog to his list, check out his site if you haven't already, it's one of my favorites, www.DBBP.com
Monday, August 1, 2011
OK, I know I've been slacking big time. The last year and a half has been royally fucked. In and out of work, had to move a few times, and basically no fucking time for anything other than trying to get by. But I got a new bike this spring, 1983 FXR with 107 S&S Evo, I have yet to really do anything other change out the bars and exhaust since I got this bike as riding season was upon us here in Michigan. I have many changes planned for this winter, so look forward to that, I will be making frequent updates as the bike gets redone. Hopefully things will start to calm down a little bit now and I will be able to get back to semi-regular posts soon. Keep it rubber side down, well at least one tire.