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Husky and KTM have been going crazy with the displacement size of their single cylinder engines… Here is what they have in store for 2010… 2010 Husqvarna SM630 2010 KTM … Continue Reading Sometimes, a thumper is all you need…
I got rid of the ugly king/queen seat on my GS750, and replaced it with a 1978 GS750 seat. I like the way it looks, but I am not a … Continue Reading GS750 Update
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Mister Freedom x Sugar Cane: The MFSC “Mulholland Master” Christophe definitely knows how to make age old designs better. I’d be stupid not to buy this one, because it definitely … Continue Reading MFSC Mulholland Master
Russell Moccasin factory visit. This article sums up why I fell in love with Russell Moccasin… I’ve been wanting to go to Berlin,WI for a while now, so that I … Continue Reading Russell Moccasin Factory Visit @ all plaidout
David Himel has started prototyping jackets based on 1920-1930 patterns. Even the leather is tanned using techniques from that era. More info here and here. I particularly love the shawl … Continue Reading David Himel's Jackets
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Buell is the kind of company that is not afraid to break from the norm and build outstanding motorcycles. They did things their own way, by not following the twin-spar … Continue Reading Goodbye Buell
This is an amazing sweater made for motorcycling, similar to the ones that were made back in the days when motorcyclists didn’t dress up like power rangers. Made in USA … Continue Reading Gasoline Cowboys Winter Weight Sweater
Most cafe racer mods require cutting of the bike frame to fit the seat. This, I don’t want to do with my GS, because I would like to keep it … Continue Reading Inspiration : Wrenchmonkees Suzuki GS 750