Sporty Sunday

Myself laying into Herk’s machine on the lazy Sunday. Photo courtesy of the owner himself, Andrew J. Herkert.

Check out this slick sporty chopper with the babe kickin’ it down. That John Harman front end makes the bike, in my opinion. For those of you who don’t know, John’s unique design brought the forks up into the handlebars, and above all else, utilized an internally sprung design. So, there is a front suspension despite appearances. John teamed up with Harry Holland in the early 70’s. Through the years and some changes in ownership the company dissolved, but Harry’s brother Bill, who built a boatload of these front ends, resurrected the product through Executive Choppers. You can read more there.

Herk and Ash demonstrating the importance wardrobe coordination on a Sunday afternoon. “And I love to live so pleasantly, Live this life of luxury, Lazing on a sunny afternoon.”
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10 Comments Add yours

  1. stud says:

    Please explain to me the foot wear you have on while trying to do a wheelie. WTf !!!

    1. Haha!!! Human skin suede slippers!

  2. stud says:

    And don’t get me started on the matching head bands.

  3. stud says:

    But seriously, congratulations on yesterdays victory !

  4. KP says:

    That was actually the same headband there, bucko. Had to have something to protect the dome and that was the only dishrag we could find.

    as for the kid’s footwear, clearly he is just green as fuck.

    miss your participation here, stud. will you hit the road with us soon or what

  5. I like what you have done here.

  6. Liz-Rex says:

    your blog is making me hate my ascetic school life. and want to spend money i don’t have getting a bike that will kill the brain i spent too much money to develop. dammit.

    1. Liz-Rex says:

      in other news, regardless of happenings or non happenings, i do intend to just show up at your house sometime in the nearish future. with hopefully some prewarning.

    2. That’s why I’m going to turn this into a model train blog this winter.

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