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WR gas tanks for sale

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 22:38
I have a nice set of 1941-46 Harley WR factory race gas tanks for sale. I would say they are in above average condition and are quite straight. The left side has an old fix around the petcock bung but that's about the worst of it. Email grant@getchoppedout.com 







This Saturday Night!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 16:53
Hopefully you have heard by now, but in case you haven't, we are having one hell of a shindig next weekend in Salt Lake City. Everyone is invited. We will have free tacos, drinks, Gods Revolver will be playing a set and you can skate the mini ramp, and we will be running some fun challenges organised by Andy Carter (Pangea Speed) and be giving away one rad prize from each of our sponsors. Cant wait!

Anti Gravity.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 16:38




A couple of weekends ago on the Analog Run my Chinese battery decided it didn't want to play any more. I had gotten as far as Ojai, about 80 miles from my starting point, and the shovelhead went from miss firing to full on shut down mode in the space of a few minutes. Jason and I investigated the problem in a convenient gas station and determined it was indeed a dead battery. Jason took off on his bike and returned 30 minutes later with a (also Chinese) replacement. I was back on the road again. Forward wind to the journeys end at Lopez Lake and there was Eric from Anti Gravity batteries putting up his tent. Oh how he laughed when I told him what had happened. Anti Gravity are Lithium-Ion batteries made in Compton, CA, They are tiny, powerful and will not break, an amazing bit of kit. He kindly sent me one over and it's now nestled in my oil tank and working like a charm. You even get chunks of self adhesive foam padding in the box with the battery to take up any slack left after removing the old piece of shit lead one. I reckon every bike should run one of these little beauties.

Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats – Vol 1 Full Album

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 11:51

fall 2014

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 11:18

the heavy 66 lives !!

Ty Segall Band – Slaughterhouse (Full Album)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 11:16

Shovelin’ it on

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 7:59
We moved from the West Coast (Seattle) to the East Coast (New York) recently and I didn't bring any old motorcycle stuff along with me. It bummed me out to look in my garage and not see an old bike in there, and then this showed up for sale locally. Sometimes they just find you.

The bike is a '69 and it is the first running Shovel I've owned. It has a fresh top end, runs, rides, shifts and stops well, and is just kind of happy. It's crazy how much quieter Shovels are than Pans - those thick aluminum rocker box covers make a pretty big difference. 

I'm paring the bike down some and lightening it up, but nothing too crazy...we'll see how things come together.  I am optimistic. 

Death Valley Ride 2014…

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 1:08

The Death Valley Ride is a little deal loosely organized by our pal, Troy.  It's really nothing more than a bunch of friends putting down 666 miles through Southern California's/Nevadas beautiful desert.  No flyers, no sponsors, no bad attitudes... I think some people may have gotten the wrong idea and assumed the DVR is sort of an "elitist" thing because there is no formal Instagram mass-invite but the truth to the matter is if you know, you'll know....if you wanna know, just ask.  I think this method works best to weed out the bullshitters and people that probably don't belong here anyways.

I blew it the first year, then got a metal sliver in my eye the day before last year so i made sure to play it safe the couple weeks leading up to the ride. Luke, Chase and myself rode up to Adam and Tony's the night before for a little chopper slumber party and to cut a majority of that horrible downtown LA traffic in half.  The next morning when we pulled up to the meeting spot, I knew right away this was going to be an awesome weekend. Nothing but familiar faces, choppers and most of all, smiles. 

There's a reason people come to California, and it's to experience how awesome and diverse the landscape is. Some of the best riding can be done right here, and my first visit to Death Valley was no exception and besides a few hiccups (Nicks, Eddies and my bike calling it quits) everybody made it pretty much unscathed to Las Vegas. Some dudes went hard, some didn't but the one thing we all did was have fun...together.

I know I've had some rough times as of late and for the first time in my life, I'm trying to set my sights on and enjoy the good shit going on around me rather than focus on the bad shit and let it eat me alive.  This weekend was a great reminder of how rad things can be when people step up and watch out for one another rather than themselves.

My phone was dead the whole time but fortunately for you, Ben had his camera and caught some rad photos.
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Lukes Pan looked rad rolling down the road.
the Knuckle was running so good until it suddenly wasn't.
Raddy and Ryan, just a couple of baawwwssess
Eddie flew out and Uncle Troy let him ride his Pan for the weekend
Chase's Sportster is as cool as it gets
I wasn't surprised when Mumma ran outta gas.
The Busby brothers from Salinas. Good dudes right here.
DEATH VALLEY
Thanks for hanging with me when my bike took a shit shawn.
How rad is this picture by the way.
i just think Derrick is cool.
early bird gets the perm

breakfast across the street from the campsite.
RockLobsterBoyWolf
Once I realized my Knuckle was done, I started donating parts of it left and right.
This is where I put my distributor on Ryans Pan.
solid crew going on here.
Sherm lookin good.
"you sheared the clutch basket off of the mainshaft?..I didn't know you could do that?"
Ohbrono, minutes before all the liquids in his bike came pouring out.
"thats my new thing, crackin fools necks" Doug had everybody in tears
laughting the entire weekend
another one
these dudes
the real-est boss on the trip, Chatty made sure everybody was taken care. Thanks
again for the help man.
This dude sucked. Apparantly we got randomly selected to each pay $10 to ride the
road through the state park while all the "normal" people were waved on through.

Ben piloting his spaceship to another planet.

God i hate Vegas, but it's always a sight when you see those lights on the horizon.

Vintage Chopper parts ssle

Monday, October 20, 2014 19:39
Email lovecycles80@gmail.com for info
Vintage jammer frame with
 mechanical brake and vintage paint $525 obo



Original panhead or sportster bars with internal throttle and advance $200 obo

Complete 35 mm fxr fork ready to run includes everything pictured except frame $325


Vintage Fish tail sale $50-100

Dyna convertible bags $250


The Jackson’s chopper wedding.

Monday, October 20, 2014 16:26
Photo by Emree Weaver.