You guys are probably all familiar with the monthly article Nichole and I write for Cycle Source, Buy American or Die. The newest installment will be hitting the newstands in the next few days. You CANNOT miss it. It focuses on everyone's favorite supporter of China; Walmart.
Please read this one. It will tune you in to the way Walmart is slowly deteriorating our jobs and manufacturing industries. Trust me; you will be surprised how much damage one retailer can do.
Of course, The Source will also be jam-packed full of other great info, event coverage, and killer bike features.
Monday, June 27, 2011
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Thursday, June 9, 2011
So a long time friend came to us wanting another bike built. Of course it can't be like anything we've done before, so we called on John at Hardtail Choppers for a set of cast stainless frame gear.
I was blown away when it all got here. This stuff is amazing. Look for us to be doing more with John in the future.
These babies are off to the polisher tomorrow. Got some gnarly ideas brewing for this one.
Well, she's back folks, and just about ready to go to final assembly for her debut in Sturgis! Paul's finest work by far, this frame is superbadass with nothing short of perfection, and the black nickel
emphasizes every last detail.
Let us know what you think!
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
We've gotten together with Jerome, our badass glass man to come up with these new beauties. Available in about a million different styles, shapes, and colors, no two are alike.
For the most part, each one will be posted here on the site with an individual price. Prices will range from $80-120, being tiered, depending on color, design, and material. The one you see will be the one you are buying.
This first batch utilizes a 3/8"-16 thread pitch. Future knobs will use a 3/8"-24 thread pitch.
While we are still working on our website, stay tuned to our blog, as this is the only place they are available, along with our showroom.
Also, keep in mind, these are made one at a time, by a short-tempered, well-armed craftsman. While he does top notch work, these are hand blown glass, and minor imperfections may occur. These bastards are tough as nails, made from a Pyrex type glass; they'll last.
This first batch is ready to go. Call or email...