Monday, January 31, 2011

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Frank Maratta's Show

Winter, 3 feet of snow, free tickets, OK.

Amy Rose & Her Troublemakers

Support Live Music

Friday, January 28, 2011

disco kawasaki

retrospace zeta

Calling Doctor Love

stolen from retrospace zeta

Winter Steam Punk

steamroller chillin'

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Trike 1973

I-84 extension, 1973
photo: Stan Slossberg

Support your local Ice Racer

Hamilton Rod and Gun Club, Sturbridge, Mass. Every Sunday, $10

Saturday, January 22, 2011

New Bikes in New York

Took a ride into NYC for the Javits bike show. Ended up staying overnight in a Marriott and drinking for free at Hustler. I love NY.

Thursday, January 20, 2011


by Christopher Heuer

local musician Jared McGovern is living the dream touring Europe right now. A guy watching his show in Duisberg, Germany drew this up for him last night.


Olli out of gas in Koblenz, Germany
photo: Ralf Kansy

International Scout Terra and bikes

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


Plainville, CT

Chevrolet LUV & Suzuki

rusty shitbox

stepside & Suzuki

A 6 foot stepside is basically useless, as shown by the dirtbike barely fitting in the bed, but they sure look cool.

Monday, January 17, 2011

ducati moto gp 2011

rossi and hayden

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Bonneville, Connecticut

Local dude Steve Van Blarcom had his Winter party last night. He had a hundred people over to his toy box. It is a nice time, you get to check out details on some Land Speed Racers and hear some horsepower.

The blown flathead bellytanker was driven to the party! The urban myth is that the tank body is from a P38 Lockheed Lightning and was underground being used as a water storage device, along with another.

The streamliner has a turbocharged Audi 4 cylinder, hence the German nickname.

Of course the roadster is the star of the show and blows everyones eardrums when it fires up. Hard to believe there are LSR cars all over Connecticut. The saltflats seem so far away.

Stuff like this gets me through Winter without losing sanity.

The Beer Taps of Knowlegde


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