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Friday, February 26, 2010


Another work week comes to an end and by some miracle enough pine needles and leaves were found to pay this months bills. Despite a rare moment of emotional stability last week during which the swing arm was extended and prepped to weld, the ACO bike has all but grown roots into my workbench. The awesome case of internet herpes contracted by the CC mobile blogging unit(CCMBU) has been cleared up with a large dose of coffee in the hands of a friend that speaks computer. My truck is back in action which on the surface seems like a problem solved, but in actuality just enables me to seek out bigger and better problems faster. On that note, it's Friday so Weird Beard and I must retreat to our "happy place" to reflect on why any self respecting human being would waste their time reading this...too late, you're busted.

What if the race is on a highway?


Extended swingarm

I always knew this day would come..

It was only a matter of time before Weird Beard discovered my hidden garage half-stack. I'm actually surprised it took as long as it did.

(for best picture quality rotate head 90* to stage right)

I like to post...

while i'm pushing a squash.

Thats the last time...

this motor talks back to me. Washed it's damn mouth out with soap.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

We nearly lost a great friend today.

Steadyjeff was knocked completely out of phase this morning by his homo-erotic breakfast. Fortunately for him, the flannel was firmly anchored in this dimension.


Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Elvis's FX

Near fatal breakfast!

While the rest of us enjoyed our greasy eggs and hash, Steady Jeff was nearly laid to rest by his granola. I hope you've learned your lesson Jeff.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Monday, February 8, 2010

More CB900 fun

Tore it down to the block and most things are looking good enough
3 out of 4 jugs still have the original honing. Did i mention that this motor has 38k, un-babied miles on it?
And then onto jug numero uno... booo.
This explains the loss of compression on the #2 cylinder.
The gooey jug.

This day brought to you by...

neat stuff...

taken from: http://modelenginenews.org/cardfile/aero35.html

CB900 fun

trying to get as much done as possible before CJ tries to "help" me again. my ears are still ringing from the last time.

i ain't gonna lie, this motor is fuckin heavy.
i wish i had gone with dylan and kenny, looks like they had more fun.
and on to the fun part...
stay tuned.....

Sunday, February 7, 2010

The day started innocently enough.

With coffees in hand and the ramp optimistically strapped to the bed, we headed out in search of Gentle Ken's new ride. To make a short story shorter, Kenny railed a 72 year old lady and now she wants him to spend 3k of her social security money to buy a sick new pussymagnet...or something like that.
After 2 strike outs we finally had a winner. The fork-fannypack containing a maxi pad and a breath mint only reassured us that "this was the one." Also deserving mention is the "Lady Rider" bell that protects Kenny from road demons, Rod Stewart lookalikes, and lonely truck drivers.
The "Lady Rider" himself inspects his trophy and crushes the ceremonial butt. All in all a decent Sunday.

What a gem!

This abortion of a mini-trike is wrong on so many levels, yet oh so right!

this cat is so much cooler than me...

Friday, February 5, 2010

it is abundantly clear that these infernal contraptions were the result of space aliens influencing the minds of red blooded americans. why else would we waste our time in the creation of such a dastardly thingamabob.

I'm long overdue for new handlebars.

I'm so sick of running clamps!

Much better. But what to use for bars..?

Not quite..

Ah yes, a timeless classic.

Hm I think I can work with this.
Narowed, inverted drag bars on 8" risers. That's just gay enough to work! Tig time..