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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Ok whats it fit and what is it?

I picked this stand up with no idea what it fits. What do you think it fits?
Its also about a foot tall

Friday, December 14, 2012

Pretty Sweet Scooter Racer

This is a friend of mine who is an import from Germany ripping it up on his custom scoot

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Kick ass Switches from moto-madness

I have to say nothing says cool like the little things. Moto-Madness  is putting out some great bar switches They are made by Motogadget out of Germany. Small simple and to the point at $114 a switch its not to bad I could go on but here is what they had to say about them on do the tun:

The m-Switch is a stunningly designed universal push button switch for handle bars 1" or 22 mm (7/8") in diameter.
In combination with an electronical control unit such as the m-relay (NOT INCLUDED!) these beautiful housed push buttons can control all electrical devices like headlights/rear lights, flashers, starter engines, horns and much more.
Milled from billet aluminium, the housing is mirror polished or shining black anodized.
Two or more units on the handlebar can easily be combined.
Two push buttens per unit, can be supplied in black or stainless steel fitting or in contrast to the housing.
Two hidden bolts threaded M5 are made of stainless steel and clamp the m-Switch solidly and securely to any handlebar.
The push buttons are of high quality, very sturdy, and vibrations and water proof(IP65).
The big surface and an ergonomical pressure point (a soft, mechanical detent) allowes a secure feedback for the actuation - even with gloves. This feedback is important so the rider is aware of the switch status. This means less checks during riding are necessary.
Each push button has two connectors. So you can use it with a one-wire or two-wire control unit. If you use only one wire the connector for ground is already integrated in the housing. All this enables you to wire all cables inside your handle bar if you like.
Every single push button can be ordered as single unit later on.
The m-Switch is compatible with all available control units on the market.

Want to see more?
Have a look at some other great bits they carry for your bike More kick ass stuff for your ride <-click div="div" it="it">

Monday, September 10, 2012

Just picked this up...

 Just picked up a 1965 Yamaha YJ2S its a 2 stroke 80 CC bike with 428 miles. Its pretty good looking all original and runs like a top starts up on the first kick too. Its missing the right hand tank pad and emblem, mirror, front brake lever, rear mud flap and it needs tires. So if you have any of these bits let me know. The chrome is tired for sure but for a bike being 47 years old its in great shape.

Friday, July 27, 2012

July 5 Race Videos

June 5th Supermoto Race

Lots going on lately pretty crazy stuff. The Race on the 5th of June went off with out a hitch!
So 21 riders came to race 8 novice 6 intermediate 7 experts. We had 95+ people in the stands. Not bad if I do say so myself! The races went from follow the leader to pass everyone to I am going to win this all in one race. The set up crew was fantastic and the tear down was smooth and fast. Trophy's were handed out with prizes to boot. Everyone that Volunteered really made the night come off with out a hitch minus a few slips but the riders were back up and ripping it. It was a great night with Sumos Friends and Racing. Thanks for the great night everyone!
I made the trophy's and everyone pitched in to help out. My pregnant wife (already looking at bikes for the kid) was honestly the back bone of the event.

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