Thursday, December 31, 2015

Last day of 2015!

2015 was not my best year but the last day was awesome! Biltwell Inc is going to support my "Harley-Davidson Racing career" in 2016 and today I received two boxes filled with the finest Biltwell Inc stuff. Beyond stoked I am with thiw care package and can't thank McGoo and Bill enough for their ongoing support. I will do my best to keep on promoting Biltwell in Europe as good as I can. Had to try the new GRINGO S helmet today, I never rode a bike on December 31st but my friend "El Nino" made it possible this time. 2016 will be a RAD year!

Workshop Wednesday 2015/2016 #13

Oiltank was a bit shiny so I sprayed a bit matt black over the flakes to match the frame, result is not too bad for an amateur. Last WW of 2015, thanks for following Hoodlum Society this year and hope you have an awesome 2016!

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Workshop Wednesday 2015/2016 #12

Its a ROLLER again! Rolling Rolling Rolling.....Still something to do but its going faster than expected. Next up Oiltank and Battery. Keep them Ironheads rollin'!

Friday, December 18, 2015

Old School Sticker

This sticker from the 70's was always in my possesion and today I turned the "HONDA" text into "Hoodlum Society" and finally put it somewhere. It didn't fit the ribbed tank so I sticked it to the 1972 Ironhead so it has that 70's vibe again.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Workshop Wednesday 2015/2016 #12

Cleaned up the 1986 XLH1100 fork up and installed it in the frame again. It helps doing this for the 10th or so time, takes only a couple of minutes. Next up Headlight, Bars, Grips and electic.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Workshop Wednesday 2015/2016 #11

Let it snow! Preparing for the HARLEY & SNOW race in March 2016. New MITAS Snowtire installed, fits like a glove....well a tight glove it is. A few millimeters from the frame and chain, hope thats enough. If not I just cut the knobbies a bit. Wider tire is not an option so maximal traction I hope.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Workshop Wednesday 2015/2016 #10

Engine is in the frame, kinda heavy but did it the Old School way on the ground. Engine on some pillows and put the frame around the engine and placed the bolts in the rear, than the front and next the topmount. Everything went fine except my motor lift broke down so I had to fix that first hahaha.