Do you remember that I said I would be giving away some free t-shirts while supplies last at the Slab City Riot 2, if you rode your Sportster in, and you came up and asked me for one at the Hump Van? Here is the preliminary design for that shirt. I think it pretty much keeps in tune with the vibe of Slab City. What do you think?
Sunday, August 29, 2010
This is the 100th post for the just the month of August. Excessive to say the least. Thanks to those who've made submissions and taken the time to share your Sporty rides.
September is right around the corner with almost every weekend filled with some show, party, event, or ride. And for that matter, the rest of the year gets pretty busy. Check the Bean Pot (Your Party Planner) on the side scroll.
As Seen In: My Favorite Bars!
I should know who's bike this is by now... I've photographed it like a dozen times already. If it's yours claim it. I suck at remembering names. I feel like a fool. And in a minute, after I post this, it'll pop in my head.
Remember this Sportster from the Biltwell 500?
Saw it again at the LB Cycle Swap. New fender, looks nice. New tail light, not so much (joke!).
Parking lot at the swap meet filled up and there were some pretty neat Sportsters I shot for posts the next few days. Stay tuned Sportster Fans!
Saturday, August 28, 2010
A while back I came across this guys Sportster pics and immediately recognized a diamond in the bush. I asked him for some info and he went way beyond story telling to bring the history of this bike alive. I still love the lines on this choppy and hope you enjoy his tales. ~Allen
Friday, August 27, 2010
Hemet, CA > Craigslist > "have an old school sporty chopper it runs have a pink slip has a wenzel rear wheel with drum brake has a stretched narrow glide with dual disc front end mustang stle tank and a little seat with springs under it yes it does run needs chain put on and a clutch adjustment asking $1700 please leave a contact # and i will get back to you thanks"
I don't know who is selling this but for $1,700 asking price? Sounds like a deal to be made and snatch up for someone willing to put a little elbow grease into a project. Of course, buyer beware. Lines on the bike look good. The economy is forcing lower prices, why in the world are you even looking at a 2011 Fourty-Eight?