Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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when gorgeous corpse asked me to contribute to their blog i figured why not. so i'll be "contributing" by sharing some of the pictures and videos i am able to take when out cruising around. for my intro post here are a few shots and a edit i took from this weekends ride. hope you enjoy. -dso
and an ode to bolts//action
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Sunday, September 12, 2010
Here it goes, If you need any parts, new or used from tires to gaskets Go here. If you want your shit to go faster, Go Here. If you want a custom built frame or exhaust then go here. Bottom line is i haven't known Shaun or his wonderful wife for very long but they made it feel like we have known them for ever and they run a legit ass business that is very well organized and help full. So if you want more info on Grim then Click here Grim Cycles The Only Cycle Salvage Yard In Utah!
Some bikes iv never seen at moto mondays before and was just stoked on them! They look like so much fun, i gotta ride one some day soon! So if you haven't been to one of the moto mondays then get to one. Every first monday of the month even in the snow, Great food, Good Peoples, and fun times. check them out here Moto Monday
Saturday, September 4, 2010
Check these guys out, we can not wait for the store to be open, check back daily and be the first dude at the bar to be rockin the sickest gear in your streets!
Eat Dust is a new brand based in Antwerp, Belgium started by two close friends of mine. Rob and Keith constitute the Belgian Black Lodges Chapter and aside from the brotherhood that binds us, these guys are two true originals. Raised on a (un)healthy dose of skateboarding, punk rock, more fashion industry experience than most of us reading this can muster, these two custom motorcycle fanatics know what they are doing. Have no illusion, their seeming mellow and unassuming nature is based on a ton of experience and a passion for what they have been involved in for over twenty years that should define authenticity. Over the last few visits I have made to the chapter, we have all talked a lot of about making Eat Dust a reality and I always find it fascinating seeing true talent and passion turn into reality. It’s one thing day dreaming about starting your own brand and another actually doing it. Combining their skills and knowledge with a real passion in riding their bikes, loving good music, drinking and having fun, Eat Dust, really embodies the spirit of DIY culture in a way that I haven’t seen in over ten years.