Archive | October, 2010

CS5

Hi,

Tonight we have a new gallery of a bike that already has a gallery…

We’ve taken new pictures of the CS5, one of the very first motorcycles we got pictures of way back when we started the site. Since I took the first pictures we’ve had a complete rebuild of the bike. Graham Head restored it back in the late 80s early 90s but since then it had seen some use on the road and needed a little overhaul. Anyway: check out the pictures in the gallery section and on flickr!

We’re also starting up a new project: a second red AS3, pictures below!

/Joacim

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The end of a long journey

Hi,

We started working with the idea of building a museum to gather all of the motorcycles almost three years ago. Since then we’ve gone through a lot of different ideas of how it should look, where it should be and how it should be operated. Now at last we get to reap  the fruits of the labour: the museum (at least the location) is completed! So far we have a bit over 20 motorcycles there with more on the way. This means that we have space to get working again: we can finally snap the pictures of the bikes we’ve restored and we can start up new projects.

To kick it all of we’ve got a gallery of one of the latest new entries to the collection: our Suzuki GT250. It has about 1200 Km on the meter and has never been tinkered with, it has only rolled on the swedish roads when the weather has been dry with sunshine. Check it out in the gallery section or on flickr!

We’ve also finished the AS3 ”Titan” bike, we got the last piece of the puzzle: the fuel tank, last week. I have to say that the overall look of the bike works, check it out.

/Joacim

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The missing piece

It’s been a while since the last update on this bike, the only thing we”ve been missing to complete it has been the fuel tank. Now the day is here, the tank has arrived and we’ve completed the bike!

I think the overall look of the bike works, for some reason it reminds me of an old police car, something with the black and white combined with the red. Now that we”ve got the museum ready we finally have a place to photograph the bikes for the gallery again, expect more pictures soon!

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