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Milwaukee Murderer: Dual Engine Triumph Build Update


Bottom ends have gone together, thanks to Todd Muller, in-house tech at Lowbrow. Everything clearanced so the later cranks and lumpy cams will actually turn in the 1955 crank cases. Beefy rods. Cylinders bored, ready for paint, and then the top ends will be going together. Heads and high dome pistons ready and lying in wait. My plan was to build two stock '55 T110 motors, but that plan kind of went out the window, fortune favors the bold. Mockup motors and trans in the frame for now as details both large and small get addressed. Changes being made, big ones, as recent as tonight stay tuned for some full profile shots.






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Matt and Dean,
We are Wheelies Motorcycles here in Victoria BC Canada, we are a 60s inspired full custom bike shop (we only service pre 84 bikes and have full in house upholstery), on top of that we have a  20 seat licensed gourmet food joint under the same roof (Check out our instagram account for best shots). We are throwing our Grand Opening Party here Saturday August 9th from 2-7pm.  We’ve got 3 bands playing in our parking lot, The Vicious Cycles Mc, Ellice Blackout and The Shakedown.  On top of that full pig in spit bbq and a ton of beers.  There will also be a half pipe in the lot and a bunch of sick old vans. We also will have overnight bike parking for anyone who can’t ride out to the after party at Lucky Bar, where The Gypsy Hacks & the Vicious Cycles will be playing. If you’re out this way please come on down and check out our shop.
Thanks,
Jay


 Hey guys,
Ryan Jones here, from Echo Park, Los Angeles. Last summer I helped to produce the Wet Hot Summer Van Show in Hollywood. I also write music reviews in Rolling Heavy Magazine. I would like to invite you and your friends to an event I'm throwing at the end of August in Bandit Town. I hope that by now you have already heard of it, but if not, here ya go. Custom vans and custom bikes, psych and rock bands from LA and SF (Golden Void, Zig Zags, Cosmonauts, Fresh & Onlys and more...). Two days and two nights campout. Tickets are on sale now. More details here
Cheers!
Ryan Jones



Hey there Matt,
 So glad to have gotten a chance to meet you at Born Free. I am e-mailing you in response to our conversation about my show here in Boise. Great builders like Matt from Wrecked Metals, Todd from Small City Cycles, Mike from Old-Stf and Mike from Union Motorcycle Classics. I am working on others as well  but I'm so stoked to have the amazing quality builders that i do. Info here.
Speak to you soon.
Regards
Jerry Poe.

So what do you think? Is it a Fat's Noriega build? Dick Allen Survivor? Other...






Well, I'll be the first to admit, I'm no expert. But here's a Ironhead chopper that was for sale on Sunday 7/26 at the Long Beach Cycle Swap. It's got the tell tale "South Bay Swoop" of a Fat's Noriega build, although they were also popular in several old Dick Allen photographs (after all, their shops were within a quarter mile of each other in Redondo Beach). The front springer is obviously not a Fat's springer. Rumor has it the current owner trying to flip it, bought it last week out of a barn in Iowa, which might make it a mail order chopper or build by some out of town shop, but we've all heard rumors fall apart in short order. Regardless, it's a piece of history worth a sharing and I love the Swoop. So, enjoy.

#southbayswoop

Holiday at Hoodlum society





The HS Dodge Magnum needed some serious frontend repairs. All Magnums have the same problems with sway bar struts specially with the heavy Hemi engines so we ordered the best sway bar struts in the industry: POWERGRID. No time to place them before holidays so my mechanic Hertogs' did the job for me and also place a new righthandside swingarm. No more noices from the frontend, only the noice of the 360HP engine/exhaust hahaha. Been busy with the BMX Museum at the BMX Worlds in Rotterdam last weekend, thanks for visiting us. The Caravan did a great job, slept well, transported all 10 Old School BMX bikes without a scratch, no problem with the towing so its a keeper, out with the Camper, in with the Caravan! Some of you know what our new Hoodlum Society project is, some don't. I don't tell you yet, its time for Holdiays now!


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Sturgis bound.



Michael Lichter invited the Iron Lung to be in his show at the Chip, and I volunteered to haul it out there. Any y'all gonna be there?





Goodbye Schaidy... (pt.2)

The Curly Wolf live at St. Rocke wishing Schaidy safe travels and best wishes!








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