Friday, December 23, 2011

Parts for sale/ Shit's SOLD

'68 chopped swingarm frame with king sporty tank, AEE struts and 6" flat fender

21" wheel laced to a 68-72 hub

GMA rear brake caliper with 10" disc bracket

Hit me up

Wednesday, December 21, 2011


A deck Graphic for Joesephus at Nightmare Snowboards somewhere deep in the Rockies.
I miss the Rockies.
The Rockies and Colorado are a huge inspiration to me.
There's special place that my parents used to take me
on our Sunday rides in the mountains
The Dart Swinger.
Way the fuck up there
above the tree line
Leo would push that Dart, foot in the carb
3 in the front seat
I'm 1 of 4 in the back
bluejean cutoffs
windows rolled down
Led Zeppelin on AM
car sick
just cruisin
takin it all in.
The Rockies

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

something to grab onto

Making the most of Grandaddys toolbox. These were the tools required!

Springer for sale

The Genius is selling this 4" over springer. No top clamp or nut, new springs, rockers and hardware. Pickup only unless you can sweeten him up!

Monday, December 19, 2011

Still Rotten

Video from Alex Pennacia shot during the Street Chopper photo shoot last fall!

Saturday, December 17, 2011

All she wanted was a ride on a motorcycle for her birthday....

On Rico's shovel.... Thanks Rico! Pomona, Ca

Jumbo's Clown Room.... Hollywood, CA.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Messing around

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Partying in Chino, CA. with Josh and Shawn

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Monday, December 12, 2011

Happy Birthday Kyle

Made it home just in time for Kyle's BIG 25. Happy Birthday playboy!

photos by Kacy and Bobby of King Kustoms

Friday, December 9, 2011


When Jonathan from Deathtraps MC emailed me and asked if I would take a stab at illustrating a difficult scenario for them. He asked if I could draw a chopper dude with an addiction problem - snorting the white line off the inside of the curve on the road. The image hit me instantly. When I think of the Deathtraps dudes that is exactly the image I get of them. I love illustrating shit that inspires me or gives me vision like this. Thanks guys for looking me up. The shirts turned out great!
Here's the version with the front wheel added. and a detail shot to really get personal with that freak!

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

"I have nothing but admiration for anybody that sets up on their own, it takes
huge balls to do that sort of stuff. We’re just far more open to that way of
working. At one point a lot of the outsourcing work was going over to China and
to Asia, but because there’s this workforce a lot closer to home, who speak
English as a native tongue, it’s very easy to get some of those guys into a
studio and working on a project for a year and a half and really grow their
portfolio." John Rostron "Game Industry Interview"

Really grow my portfolio, eh?

Of course this only applies to the artists that wish to fill their portfolios with game industry art.
If you chose that route, you may want to invest in a lawyer.

Friday, December 2, 2011


What would you call the fear of puking up double-jawed, flaming, baby skulls?

Monday, November 28, 2011

Waitin' on the Pink

ridin season is officially over for me now. I didn't have 3rd gear anyway.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Dias de Gracias

With Jorge and Gustavo

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

COC/DiCE Party Ride From....

June 12th, 2011

With my front tire ticking like a time bomb.... every bump and bridge crossed was another lump in my throat. 60 miles out Pete signaled us off the highway and into an abandoned truck stop. He was having an issue with his carb so the rest of dicked around and played grab ass for a while as he got situated. Before getting back on the highway I pinched the sidewalls of my tire to see if it still had good air pressure. The slight pinch released all the air from the tube. I messed around with it for a while knowing that this tube was a lost cause. Brad was on his fancy smart phone looking for the nearest motorcycle shop. It was sunday and I was looking for a 21" tube... odds were not in my favor. Brad made one call and got an answering machine. It went something like this. "If you are inquiring about a Honda or metric motorcycle please hang up now. Here in america we are in the belief that motors are measured in cubic inches not cubic centimeters.. and the only language we speak is English. If you are inquiring about a Harley Davidson motorcycle please leave a message with your name and number if you are in an emergency situation please call my cell at" We knew that this was exactly the guy we needed. I called his cell phone and after a few rings he picked up.... He said "Shit... I'm at an NRA meeting right now... let me see what I can do and I'll get right back to you". Sure enough he called back and said he had a 21" tube and would ditch out of his meeting to help me out. We split in half... Pete, Ratchet, Steve and Meg stayed to watch my bike. I hopped on the back of Brad's bike with my wheel and Jeri followed.


Shit patch

When we arrived at Gary Hash's place we found a very energetic well built man. It was very apparent when we walked into his shop that he was a man of many interests. He had a soft spot in his heart for 60's CH's. Gary informed us that his first bike was a CH and that he had sold it many years back but recently rediscovered it and bought it back. After a little chat... he said let me pull out my tire changing station which consisted of a blanket and some tire spoons. He got on his hands and knees and replaced my tube. After a little more chatting we realized we had been gone for over 2 hours.... we knew the guys sitting at the abandoned truck stop were gonna be pissed. We didn't want to be rude and scurry out the door...... he was a very interesting man with so many stories.... but we told him we really needed to get down the road.

Hash's first Harley... recovered and back to it's original owner
Drag Bike

Tire changing station

His first CH and its many versions

Gary's club back in the day
Hash bought this car new as a youngster
Gary's Shop

"Did some one say that they like guns!?!?!".... he asked has we walked out the door. You have to see my gun collection. We agreed to follow him to a different location were he stored his guns.... he said we wouldn't be disappointed. Holly Shit.... that we were not. He is a collector of mostly early guns and other early weapons. After another hour or so we finally made it back to some unhappy friends. Hey... we couldn't find the place.....

We ran into these little guys at a gas station in Western Illinois.