Born To Roll…

June 28, 2013

Coming very soon to your back, your very own “Born To Roll” rocker patch. Whatever your in to, be it Bikes or Jiu-Jitsu, Skate, whatever. Make your own meaning. That’s what we do. They will available on various items, limited edition offerings as well as on their own so that you can apply and customize how you like. Be on the look out!

Street Chopper – support

June 6, 2012

Born Free & Loser Machine go to the Garage Co.

March 1, 2012

Check it out! – I’ll be there, fair and square. Check out the Born Free site for all the details.

Mondrian – gas cap.

September 29, 2011

Liked this photo of the gas cap I painted for my bike project so I’ll share w/you.

Mondrian Machine…

September 25, 2011

More to come from the “People’s Choice” – El Camino Cycle 2011.

Sporty Project, done.

July 9, 2011

Really happy with the way my bike turned out. It was a year in the making and a lot of sweat and hard work. Have to thank Heath Pinter, Chad Zap, Ryan Burris and most of all Makoto of Marble Cycles…here it’s being photographed for a Japanese Bike magazine out front of Makoto’s Garage…more photos to come in the near future, I have plans for the tank and seat – look out!

Thanks Pinner.

June 7, 2011

This is Heath Pinter. He’s a long time friend and a great man for hands-on fabrication work. Heath’s a pretty well-known guy in the BMX community and has been pro for as long as I’ve known him. He’s also a really good snowboarder, and an all ’round good guy. My sportster project was at Heath’s house for about 5 months and he did a lot of fabrication work and clocked long hours for my build. Most importantly he solved the ride-height clearance issues I had because the frame rails were way too low. This solution saved cash and major head-aches!. So, in return I painted this water-color for him (appropriately named) so he could hang it in his shop or home office. Thanks Heath!

Hide’s Bike.

May 24, 2011

I met Hide about a year ago by chance outside a Gardena noodle shop, since then we have been frequenting the Long Beach Cycle swap-meets together and soon are going to be riding once I finish my bike. Hide’s bike is a 1977 Harley Shovel Head, daily driver. Hide did the art on the tank, seat and pipe…it sports a 21″ front/ 19″rear. Tank was shortened and narrowed by Kiyo @ Garage Co. Frame is stock with modified struts. Front end is a WL style 74″ springer. Kickstart, Jockey Shift, Custom exhaust by Kiyo…this bike has a really nice stance!

Hide is a graphic designer for the magazine Lighthouse based in Torrance, CA. He’s been living in CA since 2003 and his favorite style of bike is the chopper/bobber as well as the stock 50′s era pans. He also drives a ’64 Ford Ranchero to get around and pick up bike parts with! Let’s ride Hide!

Thing of beauty.

April 9, 2011

Overtures: Art

February 1, 2011

Browsing the DEN this Am, and saw this…nice! Artist unknown.