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FUCK YEAH PATINA
ALLTRACK MAIN EVENT
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The All Track 2010 - Trick Comp
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THE CHAIN GANG KIDS
T WHITES BIKES
CRANK ARM STEADY
SOUTHSEA FIXED GEAR FIGHT CLUB
RAT ROD BIKES
DAVE BENSONS RETRORIDE
Long time no post
Hey Dudes. Merry Xmas! Sorry I havent posted in ages. Ive been working 7days a week for a while. Will be posting more regularly from next week I hope.
Well heres some pics of bikes I liked the look of from my trip to New York. There's loads of great trash bikes and delivery bikes with huge baskets.
Went to as many bike shops as I could find aswell. Bike Works had some great stuff in the window.Check out this truing stand!!
3 Bar fixed.
Prolly, nice guy too! With a really nice merckx
We went for a nice ride up from where we were staying in the lower east side up to Central Park, around it and down a nice cycle lane all the way down along side the Hudson.
For Halloween we went to Ottos shrunken Head Tiki Bar. Its a Rad as Bar and made me want to open a tiki bar in AK or maybe waiheke.
Mexican Death Metal.
The party was rad. New York takes Halloween seriously and EVERYONE is dressed up in the raddest costumes. Its definitely worth planning a trip around.
About a dozen people came out on Saturday to drink beer and mooch about in the sun.
Rob Algie Kos Cruising down K'Rd, beer in hand.
Brian roosting it at Tole St Bowl.
Yep, it was casual - couldn't even get doods to turn around for a group shot.
Conrad bought the Chappy out as a support vehicle. Not only was it equipped with sounds, but it had it's own BBQ!
After Tole St we did a break-neck run down past the Harbour Bridge to Vic Park. Rowan was contemplating getting some air on the Chappy, but thought better of it.
BIKE CHECK: 1981 LAGUNA SUPER CRUISER
I know I've posted this up before, but I rebuilt it with some new parts for the Booze Cruise, so I thought I'd chuck it on and do a parts run down. There's some debate about what makes the ultimate Booze Cruise bike, but my vote is for the 26 cruiser.
FRAME: 1981 Laguna Super Cruiser, cromoly
FORK: Some generic 26" BMX fork
WHEELS: Gold Araya 7X rims laced to Shimano coaster brake (rear) and gold Suzue BMX hub (front), blue Tioga comp3 copy tyres.
CRANKS: Bullseye with gold Sugino sprocket and gold chainring bolts.
PEDALS: Suntour BMX
SEAT, SEAT POST, SEAT CLAMP: Brooks B17, Gold fluted post, Tufneck style clamp.
BARS, STEM: Chrome beach cruiser bars, Mongoose stem.
STICKERS, SUMMER, BEACH CRICKET
Good fella Brendan of BrokenInk made up some Mark Skulls designed stickers for us. The Freestyler and Skull Bike Club ones are perfect for downtubes and have a black backing sticker. Some assembly required, but they look rad when put together. (Even better if you don't have a black bike).
I've been fairly elusive recently and the odd person has been wondering what I get up to during the summer months. I was planing to do a day-in-the-life type thing of my typical summer Saturday, but I usually end up getting drunk and forgetting to take any photos. This is the only pic from my first attempt, a day that we raced yachts to a club in Te Atatu where I was keen to play beach cricket.
j'adore bitches by teva
after months and months on being on SBC i get to post my rigs, bikes, rides, precious, melting moment.
the latest one is the track beast. half italian/half njs/ half naked. this thing has a gear ratio that is killing my 28years old knees but oh well. still a few things to fix here and there but i'm happy
and the rest is just meuh, my french 70's gitane track with nearly all parts made in europe and from the same era...
last one is nothing much apart from being my trash/racing/juiceman ride
OH! if anybody can source this bad ass valve cap, can he let the SBC know about it because we need some of those...
i also like art school girls!
Hello everybody, i finally have something semi-decent to talk about.
at the skull bike club, we all are avid bike geeks which leads to intense bike projects... my latest one has been steadily getting together in a dark basement full of empty beer cans.
i was delighted to receive my order of parts and makes the bike 95% finished...
the good people at nitto also sent me a photo of my cousin for best french chocolate chef in yokohama! how cool!
in the meantime, Brian has been working on a far most extreme project entitled "telekinesis-driven bike"
FROM THE DEFLUX WORKSHOP
Some more awesomeness from the Deflux Simon's workshop. This is his first fillet braised frame. Seen at SteadyRollin'.