Wrench Magazine: Fresh off the Press

In Yankee territory ’tis the season to burn your old magazines to stay warm and buy new ones to remember why your feet keep moving on each day. Wrench Magazine just hit the shelves and it’s guts looked great when I split it open. Wrench hails from Paisano Publications, who brought us the likes of…

Classic Chop on an Evo Sportster

I settled into my desk today and happened upon a little gem that someone left for me. It was an Evo Sportster plastic model with functioning rear suspension and rubber tires. I rocked out a few wheelies and drove it over my computer a handful of times before loosing interest. Later in the day, while…

Chopper & Kustom Art – Cay Broendum & Adam Turman

I happened upon Cay Broendum‘s work over the weekend while checking out general chopper art. This guy is based out of Copenhagen and he’s incredibly talented; making all sorts of wares from paintings to furniture to bikes. His Pinterest is the first thing I stumbled upon and it’s loaded with his work and content. There’s…

Movie Monday – Werewolves on Wheels, 1971

I saw a picture of a guy’s chopper-haven basement and above the Panhead motor on the coffee table and 45 Springer rolling chassis were three classic biker movie posters. The fact that this dude was adorning his household domain with biker gold led me to believe he was no puss when it came to taste…

Friday Fantastics… Bikes, Ladies & a ‘Cuda

  Kickstart your Friday! Perfect human and Triumph specimens. And, step into my basket.Brad sent me these stellar photos of the ’74 440 6-pack ‘cuda he was rolling back in the 80’s. It was clean as hell with a cool 40k on the odometer. N50’s in the rear and some skinnies up front. He happily…

Jesse Ventura as a Mountain Lion from the Eyeless Beholder

Humans do some weird shit and the immortalization of this cat is a prime example. On the bright side though, he looks like an iconic celebrity. If you’re an appreciator of poorly interpreted, stuffed animals then the Haints blog is a place for you… link on right.

The Final Ride for 2012

My good friend Brad and I kicked it down on the bikes for what may be the final ride of the year. MN Weather is reporting a slippery slope starting this week so it’ll be open cases instead of open roads. Without Brad neither of my bikes would have ever made it to the asphalt….

More on Frankensteiners’ Ball

I posted a few back on the Frankensteiners’ car club Ball in Anoka, MN and here are a few more photos and stories. Justin & Tahn’s pup Holley came to enforce integrity and schedule. She is a dog of action.We had the privilege of meeting Robert Beck, who is pictured above. He was a Huey…

Columbus & Co Feature

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I was able to catch up with Joe of Mustari Brand to take a few photos of one of his favorite styles. Joe is a Northern Minnesota dweller and is very hands on so he prefers clothing that is built of quality and will last through the tough environments…

Barn Homes & Layin’ Roots

Before dropping roots, buying a kid, building 1.5 houses & a few cars I’d like to rebuild/resto/retrofit an old barn into a home on a solid plot of land. The ground level could make for an excellent shop while a segregated upper level would be the living space. It’s a lot to ask from an…