I did some trading with Wes (Junk with Wheels) a few months ago and got an old big twin frame that was in pretty sad shape. Then I had this super good guy they call Ratpan offer to fix this hacked up frame. Ratpan is an excellent welder and fabricator and also is highly knowledgeable in old iron. Here is the man himself.
Hopefully that frame will turn into something similar to these but a touch on the skinny side.
I call it cool stuff. I've been working on this switch panel for sportster and then last night Wes (Junk with Wheels) and I realized it fit his shovelhead too. These hold a toggle switch, a push button, and the CV choke.
I was going to post up some video from the Shortbus Cam after I mounted it to my helmet yesterday. The whole time I was riding and thinking I was videoing I was hittig the wrong button. Hahaha! I'll try it again this afternoon. Stay tuned.
This blog headline isn't a test, it is meant to make a point. We take for granted things like being taught to read as kids and having the books to learn from, and not everyone is that lucky. We are trying to do our part to help by selling a few items and donating all the profits to a charity called Room To Read. Our goal is to raise $12,000 by the end of June 2011. This will build three reading rooms or libraries in developing countries and help impoverished children get an education and help break the cycle of poverty. The Moto Mouse art was done by our friend Alan Stedman. You may recognize his work from the paper biker dolls in DiCE Magazine and from the cover of DiCE magazine #36. He did up this illustration for this shirt to help out with the Room to Read charity we support. The profit from every Moto Mouse shirt sold will be donated to Room To Read. You can buy a cool shirt and help support this charity HERE! We have been doing the same thing with out Winged Wheel Patch for over an month now, so if the shirt isn't your thing or is too much these guys are pretty cool and are only $5 bucks, that's a pack of smokes or a Starbucks coffee. One last thing, do us a favor and re-post this or share it on your facebook page and help us try and do some good! Cheers Kyle
Kyle and Tyler at Lowbrow Customs are super good dudes and if you would like to help them with this great cause go to www.lowbrowcustoms.com or www.lowbrowcustoms.blogspot.com
Been doin some serious searching trying to find a way to relocate the factory speedo and not break the bank. This was way cheaper than most kits and look for in the future for Shortbus Customs to be offering a kit.