Monday, June 17, 2013


Our new neighbors just moved in down the street- then again I guess I'd be the new neighbor since the shop isn't open yet. Anyway, here's some polaroids of the Born Free Cycles Open House. It's a great new location. The shop seems pretty busy and the full Panhead build they did for Theo Rossi ("SOA") was pretty nice. Good times with good people. Go check 'em out if you're in the 'hood.

Support Your Local Burbank Builder!

Friday, June 14, 2013

* RUN !

 Our brotha' Spencer Getty of SpaGetty's Garage Co. asked us to be one of the sponsors of his first annual "Run To The Hills" and of course I said... fuck yeah!
 He and the Dirty Business Crew always bring the good times.
 Ride out or come out, whatever.
 Get there!

 The man's very own words:

Hey everyone. We are happy to announce the first annual "Run To The Hills" camp out presented by SpaGettys Garage Co. The folks over at the Reyes Creek Bar and Grill have been kind enough to let us throw this party in their place. We will be meeting at the Chevron station on Chatsworth and Sepulveda in North Hills for the ride out. We would love to have everyone ride out with us but feel free to come out at any time during the weekend. The campgrounds are first come first serve so I suggest getting there early if you can. You will need to purchase an "Adventure Pass" for $5 for each vehicle. Friday night we will be hanging out at the bar and camp grounds doing some serious bro-ing down. Saturday night we will have live music by "The Heavy Heavy Hearts" in the bar and goodies to give away. We will also have a raffle for some killer prizes from our very generous sponsors that we will announce soon. If you don't feel like packing too much, the bar serves some amazing food. So come on out for good times with some good people. PLEASE respect the quiet small community that we are invading. Every local I've met there has been great and I want to make sure they allow us back. Hugs and kisses! -SpaGetty-

Monday, June 3, 2013

HOW 13

 Hell On Wheels 2013 at Milestone MX Park was a great time, as usual. The vintage moto used in the races made me want everyone.  The run what ya brung attitude opens the races up to all. Not too mention that there were enough female riders that you could've filmed an all new version of "Faster Pussycat, Kill, Kill."