Krazy Horse themed their first late Thursday night of 2019 as a flat track night. The late nights, the first Thursday of the month from spring to autumn, are big, everyone's welcome, bike nights. There's a huge barbecue, a band and Krazy Horse work with their neighbours to allow loads of parking for the crazy variety of vehicles that turn up. Mark brought his beautifully turned out Trackmaster Triumph. This used to belong to Guy Sutherland, and Rob will be debuting it in the
The DTRA season launch has become a fixture on the UK flat track calendar. It's always held in London, originally at Bolt, more recently at the Bike Shed's arch 3, and it's always been popular. On the surface, it's an unusual idea. Most race clubs have end of year presentation events, not pre-season launches, but it really works and is a good way to get racers, sponsors, supporters and staff together (all pictured in one snap above, with DTRA bossman mouthing off on the big s
It's nearly three months since the Mooneyes Hot Rod and Custom Show (HRCS) and I really don't know where the time has gone. I took these photos at the show, in Yokohama, because there were so many characters that I loved the look and style of that I wanted to share. Go, founder of Brat Style, on his custom sand bike with apes and high-rise handshift Cool dude from Addict Clothes, a very classy Japanese brand. He has a vintage racing Norton in the back of his 600cc minitruck.
Somehow it's already well over a month since I flew out to Japan with Bonzorro and Brink for the Mooneyes Hot Rod Custom Show and Brat Style Okie Dokie flat track race. God only know where the time goes. I might not even bother putting Christmas decorations back in the loft because it only seems like two minutes before I'm up the stepladder again to fetch them. There will be a big feature from Japan in the next magazine, SB36, and, hopefully, more blogs from the Japan trip al