this is my top 10 of my favourite bobbers.
everybody seems to be asking me what bike number 2 is, so there you go http://www.hotbikeweb.com/features/0611_hbkp_huntington_beach_cycles_bobber/photo_01.html
1929 Ford Coupe Hot Rod ~ Running Day 1
~Car is for sale. $15,000 firm. Titled and Located in Central Illinois.
PM me for details~
So the first day off the trailer we took out the car and it died on us
leaving us stranded. Started troubleshooting with the builder and found
out it wasn't getting spark. Tracing wires we found that the ballast
resistor wire had been pulled out of the spade connector. Simple fix so
we're back up and running. More videos to come.
Akrapovič Morsus World First Ride
MCN Road Tester Trevor Franklin takes the critically acclaimed Akrapovic
Morsus for a world first test ride in Slovenia.
The Morsus is a unique custom machine built for aftermarket Exhaust giant Akrapovic by specialists
Dreamachine Motorcycles of Slovenia. It went from drawing to finished
article in just two and a half months and went on to win major European
custom show championships, culminating with an entry to the AMD World
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Malaysian Batpod by Eastern Bobber
Eastern Bobber are bike buider based in Malaysia.
We build, we modify, we sell.
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Own by bike enthusiasm.
Harley Davidson Sportster 48 Bobber - Part 1
Here's an easy bolt-on video for all the Sporties out there..
Part 2 in the making: powerplant dropped into a rigid frame, and a complete
custom build ensues..
Build'em & Ride'em Rogues MC!
http://www.streetcustomz.tv made this vid of Rogues MC from the
Build'em And ride'em! RMCF!
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music by: http://www.vandals.com
1947 Indian motorcycle startup and ride off (Alec MacKaye)
Alec MacKaye starting up and riding his 1947 Indian on the mean streets of
Washington, DC. Throttle is on the left handle bar, right handle bar is
timing advance (twist it and the distributer moves back and forth witch
advances the timing), clutch is left foot pedal, rear brake is right foot
pedal, and the front brake is the right handle bar level like current
motorcycles. This guy bought this bike 25 years ago, before they were
The Harbortown Bobber (motorcycle movie)
Get this movie at http://www.choppertown.com From the directors of the
award-winning motorcycle movies "Choppertown: the Sinners" and "Brittown"
comes a new motorcycle fabrication adventure.
Two years in the making, The Harbortown Bobber follows the ground-up build
of Scott DiLalla's '69 Triumph bobber as various back yard masters put
their hands on it creating a unique custom motorcycle, showing their
techniques and telling their own personal stories along the way.
Guaranteed to make you go out back and fire up the welder!
Here's what the press has to say:
"The best motorcycle movie to date". ~Lisa Ballard, Cycle Source Magazine
"Night shirt, check. Slippers, check. Monkey pillow, check. Harbortown
Bobber DVD in the player, double freaking check!!! Lets get ready to
Ruuummmble!!!" ~Matt and Dean. DicE magazine
"Much more than a how-to video, The Harbortown Bobber takes you on a
hard-rocking ride through Southern California's custom bike scene while
showing you everything that goes into the making of a one-of-a-kind
bobber." ~Brian Catterson, Motorcyclist Magazine
"A fascinating documentary that proves in a joyous and celebratory fashion
that ingenuity and pride of workmanship are still alive and well in
America." ~Ed Youngblood, MotoHistory.net
ALL REGION motorcycle DVD with bonus clips and 12 page full-color booklet.
Featuring: Irish Rich (Sinner Nomad), Earl Kane (Earl's Bikes), J-Bird
(Japanese Jay), Jonathan Smith, Todd's Cycle, Century Cycles, U.S. Kustoms,
Dennis Goodson and the music of The Lords of Altamont.
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