Hola, everyone hows it all going this week. I've just completed my busiest week in what seems like years. Still need a sleep in the afternoon though haha. It's been an interesting old time, learning the in's and out's of complying motorcycles and meeting a whole heap of new people. Engineers, painters, and some really good craftsmen to help with the builds. My GT is so close to putting on the trailer and taking to Auckland for the show in a couple of weeks, I can't wait to see it finished. Been getting lots of emails from people all over the world lately, they, you, are an interesting lot that's for sure. Some of the questions " what color should I paint my bike, do you think this would look good on my bike, where do I buy this, and how do I get hold of that". It sounds like there is an awful lot of tinkering out in the garages late at night all over the world. This is GOOD!!!!!!
Anyways enough I say, enough on with the latest from our world. Enjoy
A great photo of the man. I was lucky enough to meet him, but in reality he only wanted my pen so that he could take down the number of a flag girl at Bathurst one year. I was only to pleased to oblige.
These Griso's will become a much sought after motorcycle, juts throw the 1400 in it, it'll be fine
I love images like this, wait till you see the photos of my shop
Trying to find a bar like this, I miss the Malt, Hashigozaki, and Goldings. I've found good beer, but no good bars yet.
I also have been known to do a bit of sculpture as well. Us motorcyclists are a talented bunch of people I think. This is Rocketman, and I get him back very soon. The process of doing this is very similar to riding, it's a blinkers on and concentration thing. I got lost for weeks doing this carving just like I get lost when I am out riding.