I met Jacinto "Hoss" Mendoza about 6 years ago in Salinas, CA. He's built a few beautiful bikes in his little shop behind his house in the old company town of Spreckels, CA.
Words and photographs by Panhead Jim
I honestly had no idea what to expect from the Appalachian Moto Jam, a one-day motorcycle hill climbing event in the Appalachian Mountains
It's crazy for me to think about the aggregate of people I've gotten to know through the world of motorcycles.
I recently went to visit my good friend Mike Reed and hang out in his shop, Chop N Weld, for a night while he worked on some projects.
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So I have never been to Chopper Fest before. Not for a lack of trying. The last several years it seems I have been doomed to miss the David Mann Chopper Fest every year it comes around.
I rarely start off the main feature with an apology. But alas, I need to apologize to the folks at the David Mann Chopper Fest for the delay in this post-event feature.
Ever feel like you've known someone a lot longer than you actually have? I think we can all relate.
This is an easy way to make your own mounting tabs and weld them on your frame. In this scenario I needed 4 tabs to mount a seat pan on a RD350 Tracker/Motard frame.
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