24 Feb 2010

hornbecker photo

do it now!
check the fanatastic pictures of hornbecker
thanks for the tip brandon!

-update-
ok, i found out that the pictures are from the The One Motorcycle Show
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about the show

"Funny thing about motorcycles, when you get one, you want two. When you get two, you want ten. Then one day you have ten motorcycles and you start to think about how to combine all the bikes into one bike. Not literally combine the parts into one bike, but take all the knowledge you have accumulated and build one bike that encompasses your vision of the ideal bike. The One Bike."

i really like this text. this is me. i'm dreaming of The One Bike everyday.



the people behind The One Motorcycle Show
See See Motorcycles

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Formed 2 years ago by Drake Mcelroy, Jared Kenyon, and Thor Drake, See See is a motorcycle brand that values the origins of motorcycles and an emphasis on aesthetics. What that boils down to is, we want to build some amazing bikes, race to win, and create a community of two wheelers. See See is based out of Portland Oregon, except for one. Drake, being the desert rat that he is, spends his time jumping dirt mounds in warmer southern regions. If given the chance he would probably relocate to the great NW. See See is excited to premiere The One Motorcycle Show.See See you in the Future

you might know Thor Drake and Drake McElroy from the Smoking Seagulls Singles
i tried to find their website but the don't seem to have one. will post more of See See in the future.



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-update
Moto Galore
codys "cock fighter" 1961 triumph tr6c-
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10 comments:

Team Benzina said...

Finest use of a Monza 160 I've ever seen - brilliant

Casey said...

bueno bueno, read this blog all the time, so i was "super stoked" to see our bikes. we are Moto Galore from portland oregon.

bubble visor said...

hi casey,

thank you, thank you!
which one is the Moto Galore bike?
do you have some info about it?
i just looked at your myspace.
great stuff!
will do a Moto Galore post soon.

cheers,
lenny

Anonymous said...

Any idea what tires those are? The front tire looks like it might say Avon, but I can't find anything on their website that looks remotely like these.

Thanks!
Jay

bubble visor said...

hey jay,
yer talking about the last one right?
i think they are avon motor trial supreme tires but it's a bit fuzzy.
check the hornbecker link to see a zoom in on the tyre.

cheers,
lennard

Casey said...

front is an avon trials supreme rear is a rock hard japanese dunlop, both 18x400. it's the tires on the ducrapi that i'm really proud of.

Anonymous said...

who built the yami?

Anonymous said...

Hi Casey,

Thanks for the tire info. What tire is on the front of the 'ducrapi'? I really like it and the ones on the Yamaha but I need something similiar in 19". Any suggestions?

Thanks again and great work,
Jay

Sideburn Magazine said...

full feature on Smoking Seagulls
in Sideburn #5 out on the 22nd March
BP

Anonymous said...

The Yamaha, 5 pictures down, was built by Sean Dunlap.