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.
Sorry for the lack of posts. recently.l I've been in Japan, burning the candle at both ends. Here are some snaps I took of a load of WL (and perhaps the odd WR) Harleys being flat tracked at a practice day at Kawagoe Japan today. For 75 year-old motorcycles they were being ridden h-a-r-d! #Kawagoe #Japan #HarleyDavidson #WLFlathead
These two are our old friends Geoff Co-Built and Wilky at our recent winter party/camp-out. Geoff arrived on a Honda 450 enduro (wearing Vans hi-tops!?) and Wilky decided the perfect vehicle for such a trip was his 70-year-old, survivor Harley flathead chop. I don't think the old 45 had run since it featured in the video for the very first Dirt Quake promo video back in 2012 (below). And it didn't run very well that day. Wilky worked out that he was adjusting the Linkert carb
I spent the weekend racing in Wales with the DTRA and the two day meeting allowed me more time to talk to Sideburn ambassador, John Harrison, than we do at one-day meetings. I'd awarded John a Sideburn sweatshirt when he won Sideburn's Vintage rider of the day at the DTRA's King's Lynn round. He told me he'd given it to his daughter. I already knew he didn't wear T-shirts, but I thought he might wear a sweatshirt. Wrong. GI As you asked to see it, here is the photo of me in