Just loaded the last of the AMF'R tees into the store. Have some extras coming from the printer that will ship in two weeks.
Also dropped some prices on a bunch of the stuff and cut back on some of the shipping charges. To let you in on a secret, every week some of the stuff is going to keep getting cheaper until it is gone. We are making some new stuff soon and have to make room. So some of the other stuff's gotta go. Have at it.
Kenny from Strange Days was set up at the Ride to Skate this year. He slid me a set of gloves from his new company Bushwack. These bad boys are made of bison and are only $25. Soft, comfortable, tough, and fit... like a glove. If you need a new set of hand covers, check them out here... http://www.bushwakgloves.com/home.html
All photos by Spurgeon Dunbar, Alex Quinn and the crummy ones are mine.
This year had the most people ever, and nothing really went wrong, except for the food truck getting hit by an old man having a heart attack. But we had a great fuckin time. Thanks to everyone that helped and everyone else that came out for it.
1929 Hill Climb Photo, given to me from an old gentleman at the diner where I go for lunch. The dress code for riding was a little different back then. The coffee stain on the picture makes it all the better.
About a year ago I got a wild hair up my ass to take apart this old 1958 Ariel Huntmaster 650. Just like the Beatles song, I got a little help from my friends and we gave her a bit of sex appeal with a 6" stretch on the hard tail, a new tank, some dog bones, a spit shine and polish, and a fresh coat of paint. Hopefully we can have her ready for Spring.
The picture above is her before we got started.
Now that's a great ass.
This photo is of the mock up before taking her all back apart for polish and paint.