Monday, January 31, 2011

made in the USA

3 colors of 100% made in the USA heavy weight flannel shirts are in the web store now. the fabric is all vintage dead stock Carolina milled heavy weight. all stitched and embroidered in Maryland. the bulk of the orders have been shipped out so numbers are limited. once this fabric is gone it's GONE! the mills who make this type of flannel have shutdown for good!. sad to say but one of your last chances to buy something made in this country..


2 weeks....

of all nighters to go...



this year Cut-Rate will not be in the main building, lowside and us have taken over a second building next door to the main building without cheap carpet, rv's and ballon making clowns and TV stars. hopefully the vibe that we wanna put out can be a little more realized there. there is going to be a swap meet all weekend where we all will be selling parts, bikes, and gear the way it should be. we plan on making our space not-as-gay as the rest of the show. so come hangout with us and pick up a vintage bike show T, and an issue of lowside.

CYCLE HEADZ

get a copy of cycle headz mag HERE.
Baltimore coverage, wrench monkees, vintage photos, sick bikes.

It. Is. On. Now.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Sunday, January 23, 2011

better times

Even though this sucked, it is STILL BETTER than freezing cold and ice....

YES

pulsating paula's photo

Progress...

tomorrow I start putting this thing together and make pipes...


Finished the XS pipes. and the frame is going out for paint tomorrow.


Then I have to finish this guy....

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Drill presses rule.

Got cha'!

Been looking for this wheel for a while. And finally I got it.! Now, I need to build something to stick it on.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Swappin at the crack of dawn

Drove up to just Noth of Philly yesterday for a small swap. Scored a ratchet top and wassel tank for cheap.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Triumph history (routt's cycle)

$2.50 in 1970... priceless in 2011

Routt's cycle INVENTOR of the triumph big bore kit in good ole' Hyattsville Maryland. Back in the day before triumph came out with the 750, triumph corporation used to buy the kits from Routts directly.

*I dont just scan old mags I physically go and take these please Don't steal my pictures without linking back to this site!