Thursday, June 25, 2009

say it ain't so Farrah

Today one of the hottest babes passed away. I read on CNN.com that she checked into a hospital in April due to her fight with anal cancer. YEP you heard it right. :(




The boys

I love this photo

order you're chopper mag today

damn mag was only 75 cents an issue

Sunday, June 21, 2009

riot

This is my buddy Tommy. He decided to start a riot at the Lakers parade. I love this dude

Friday, June 19, 2009

king and queen

I am putting one of these on my next bike for sure!!!!!

gas prices

Anyone fucking notice the gas prices going up????





AMA museum

there our some great bikes and history of bikes over at the AMA museum website.

http://www.motorcyclemuseum.org/about/about.asp


Thursday, June 18, 2009

1916 harley racer

By the mid-teens, William Harley and Walter Davidson were tired of sitting on the sidelines.

For more than a decade, the founders of Harley-Davidson had carefully built a motorcycle company that began in a 10-by-15-foot shed into one of the world’s top-selling brands. And having succeeded in that, they decided it was time to focus on racing.

They had spent years watching their main U.S. rival, Indian Motocycles, beat them on the dirt ovals and point-to-point races of the day because Harley’s production bikes were no match for the specially built race machines that Indian was fielding. Something new was needed.

The task of creating a Harley racer was given to engineer Bill Ottoway. Basing his design on the existing Model 10E, a 1,000cc twin with an inlet-over-exhaust “pocket-valve” arrangement, Ottoway produced a race-only version, which would become known as the pocket-valve racer. All non-essential parts were discarded, and a short, low loop chassis was built that allowed the rider to crouch low to cheat the wind.

Perhaps as significant as the decision to build a true racebike, though, was the commitment to hire factory riders for a fully sponsored team. The move put Harley on par with Indian, which had been fielding its own race team for years.

One of the Harley team’s first official races was a 300-miler in Savannah, Georgia, in November 1914. Indian won, Excelsior was second, and Harley was third. And just like that, a rivalry was born. The following year, Harley-Davidson started recording wins in earnest with riders like Otto Walker. It would be the beginning of a racing heritage that has continued all the way into the 21st century.

Technically, those first pocket-valve engines were superceded in 1916, when the factory developed highly advanced eight-valve motors, with four overhead valves per cylinder, just like most modern Superbikes. But in actuality, the earlier bikes continued to run as a backup to the eight-valves, which had early reliability issues.

"The pocket-valve bike was the factory’s stalwart warhorse for years,” says Daniel Statnekov, who owns this immaculately restored 1916 model now on display in the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum at AMA headquarters in Pickerington, Ohio.

But since they were built to be raced and not sold, very few of the pocket-valve machines remain. And that makes this one, restored by Brad Wilmarth and sporting one-off factory forks and large-capacity gas tanks, extremely rare.






The best place on earth

Union Jacks in Portland happens to be one of my favorite places ever, and if you include this crew of guys it might end up being the best place on earth.


Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Titty Tuesday

Ok so I have been super sick since last Wednesday. I stayed in my fucking house all weekend and didn’t get to ride my bike or do jack SHIT!!!! I also have Greg from Palace 5 in DC busting my balls about no tits for Tuesday so Greg this is for you. Fuck I didn’t even think people looked at this stupid blog. I think this is the best I can do today because I still feel like shit.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Brit day

I was looking in the old hard drive today and found a couple cool brit bikes. So today is Brit day. I actually still can not find my battery charger for my camera because I just moved and it is in a box somewhere.






Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Titty Tuesday 1st edition

So today is the first edition of Titty Tuesday. I have some goods ones but would really like to see what everyone else has. Let me know and I would be glad to post them on of the many new segments to start showing up on gashuffer

Monday, June 8, 2009

intro to titty tuesday

Ok so I spent all weekend at Ink-n-Iron getting drunk and dealing with getting my bike in and out, so I am too tired to really post anything today but I am way over Mr. Rogers below us so I am starting a titty Tuesday and thought I would give you a little intro to get everyone warmed up.

PS Titty Tuesday will be shirts off

Friday, June 5, 2009

sherm part 2

I don't even know what to say anymore.
check the link from Jeremy's first shot on TMZ after his naked mushroom episode



http://www.tmz.com/videos?autoplay=true&mediaKey=7b8f0b9d-c75c-422c-8b6e-56a2b1362ca0

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Sad day for Kung Fu

David Carradine dead, hanging in closet
Actor David Carradine has been found dead, hanging by a nylon rope in a hotel room closet in Bangkok, Thailand, according to a Thai police official. The rope was believed taken from hotel room curtains, Bangkok Police Col. Pirom Chanpirom said. Investigators found no signs of forced entry, he said.

The Sherm AKA Jeremy Rogers

OK so I think Jeremy has just moved into the biggest dumb ass award category. My good buddy that will stay anonymous has made me aware of some great things happening to Jeremy. I first got wind of him quitting all his sponsors. For this he gets the BIGGEST DUMB ASS award. Then I get this nice email from Mr. Anonymous about how Jeremy is on mushrooms preaching the word of God from his rooftop. I have to tell you yesterday were one hell of a shit day but I guess you never know what can come around the corner to make you smile from ear to ear.

thank you to the daily breeze for covering this.

http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/ci_12514063

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

happy hump day

ok so today sucks ass. It is raining I couldn't skat the park for shit today,and I still have to go hom eand un pack from moving.

but nothing better then a set of nice boobs to make everything better

Monday, June 1, 2009

Mail delivery

There was a rad little package sitting on my desk today. Thanks Max for the extra tee. If you have never checked out Max's Blog you should rad guy and amazing bikes. 4qconditioning.blogspot.com/


Coast Mesa Speedway

I have never been to the Speedway in Costa Mesa and everyone from the Street Chopper party was headed over.I have to tell you it was fucking a great time.