Thursday, April 29, 2010
The only thing better....
than getting engraving back from Heather New is getting engraving back from Heather New packed in chocolate, chocolate chip cookies!! She's the best...
Check her here www.new-lineengraving.com
Posted by Cycleboyz at 11:10 AM 3 comments:
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
A good buddy of ours wanted a trailer "that doesn't look like all the other ghey trailers out there." So this is what we came up with, just needs some sanding and One Shot nose art...
Posted by Cycleboyz at 10:17 AM No comments:
Labels: Bomb trailer..
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Roughed out aluminum tail section. The complete seat pan, tail section and splash guard consist of just three pieces of .080" 3003 aluminum. This thing kicked my ass. It seems you could make this piece in three hours and spend another ten making it nice...
Posted by Cycleboyz at 8:41 PM No comments:
Labels: Tail section
Friday, April 16, 2010
The hands of a legend...
I had the pleasure of attending a Gene Winfield chop course about a year ago. I didn't think I could really afford the time or money, but as it turns out it's some of the best time and money I've ever spent. This man works circles around most hard working guys and shares a wealth of knowledge while doing it. If you ever have the chance to work with him, jump on it, he's a legend and humble pie too.
Posted by Cycleboyz at 8:18 PM No comments:
Labels: Gene Winfield
Thursday, April 15, 2010
More small people...
Posted by Cycleboyz at 10:27 PM No comments:
Monday, April 12, 2010
That's my boy!!
Posted by Cycleboyz at 9:34 PM No comments:
Labels: Rhett's goin riding..
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
A good friend/customer of ours has decided to sell his bike. It's a Santee rigid frame bike we put together a couple years back and updated last winter with some new paint by Fid, new hand tooled seat, etc. This is a quick little bike that is a blast to ride. He's lookin for $15,500.00, hit us up if you're interested...
Posted by Cycleboyz at 11:19 PM 2 comments:
Labels: Fo sale.
Finally some progress...
Finally looks like we're getting somewhere. Got the fender mounted, seat made and mounted, stainless struts made, oil filter housing made and mounted, and handle bars roughed out...at least it's starting to look like something, and it's gonna be a cool little scooter.
Posted by Cycleboyz at 10:35 AM 1 comment:
Labels: Delmo progress
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