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Sons of Speed Vintage Motorcycle Race February 21, 2017 13:56

Last October, due to the damage caused to the New Smyrna Speedway by Hurricane Matthew, the inaugural Sons of Speed vintage motorcycle racing had to be postponed. The event is now scheduled during Daytona Bike Week with practice on Friday March 17 and racing on March 18. Imagined by Billy Lane, Sons of Speed is a motorcycle race inspired by early 20th-century board-track racing.

The event will feature 20 racers on hand-built chassis fitted with pre-1925 1000cc American V-Twin engines. Each rider has freedom to customize bars, exhaust, fenders, foot pegs and fuel/oil tanks. The Grand Prize is a brand new S&S Shovelhead motor.

 

The 20 racers scheduled to participate are:

Billy Lane (1912 Flying Merkel), Warren Lane (1920 Indian Powerplus) Lane; Rick Petko (1919 Indian Powerplus); Shelly Rossmeyer-Pepe (1915 Harley); Rick Marshall (1924 Harley); Matt Walksler (1921 Harley); Brittney Olsen (1923 Harley); Xavier Muriel (1913 P.E.M.); Matt Olsen (19?? Harley); Rhett Rotten (1916 Harley); Derrick Ames (1919 Harley); Bill Rodencal (1915 Harley); Brook James (19?? Harley); Paul Cox (1917 Indian Powerplus); Dan Toce (1914 Indian); Buzz Kanter (1915 Harley); Jim Wall (1928 Indian); Matt Harris (1924 Harley); Mel Stutz (1919 Harley); and Bruce Kannry (1912 Indian).

The New Smyrna Speedway is located south of Daytona at 3939 SR-44, Samsula, Florida is a half-mile, paved, banked racetrack.

 

Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite:

Option 1: Special Early Bird Rate Pre-sale Pricing. for single-day tickets: $15 for adults, $5 for  kids until March 18. These tickets get you in the gate JUST on the 18th  (single-day tickets at the gate, if any are left, will be $20 per-person)

Option 2: $50 Pre-Sale gets you VIP access and choice seating, allowing you to watch the practice session on the 17th and attend the race on the 18th (also includes a signed lanyard)

Option 3: $250 Pre-Sale gets you all the VIP perks. VIP access, choice seating for practice session and race, signed lanyard, plus a 1-hour group tour of Billy’s shop.


Mama Tried Motorcycle Show February 21, 2017 13:56

If you are looking to get an injection of all things motorcycle, go check out the Mama Tried Motorcycle Show this weekend February 18-19, 2017 . Hosted in Milwaukee, WI, the show is promised to be filled with the most "unusual bikes from the midwest and BEYOND ". There are two exhilarating events surrounding the show with the "Flat Out Friday National Syrup Race" and the "Slippery Sunday Motorcycle Race".

"Mama Tried Motorcycle Show is an indoor invitational that connects motorcycles and builders to fans and riders alike. Keeping the fire stoked all winter long.

Mama Tried Motorcycle Show features over 100 motorcycles from builders of all calibers—flat-tracker, hill climber, chopper, and bar hopper."

Want more info? Check out the full details here.

 

 

 

 


Aidan's Mini Bike Tour February 14, 2017 13:29

                                                    

                                            The distance is coast to coast.

 

Yes, that's right, Bean're and friend Tim Ford will be riding from Daytona Beach Florida ( the day after Bike Week) to San Diego, California. a back road distance of 3000 miles....on stock Yamaha 50cc bikes ! They will be doing this unassisted. No chase vehicle just the open road and will power. It will take 3 weeks to accomplish this ! This will be a new Guinness world record.

 

." First of all, we decided ( Tim Ford and myself) that since we were doing it unassisted and don't have room on our mini bikes to carry hardly anything, including clothes, we would just do it with the clothes we are wearing. We came up with the idea to wear Blues Brother suits the entire way. It just made more and more sense. They were on a mission from God and so are we." - Bean're

 

On this ride Bean're and Tim will spread the message about what ALD is and to advocate for ALD newborn screening in every state ! They will carry some proposed legislation to several of the state capitals which they will pass through. They are also are going to attend stops along the way and have fund raisers to help with the Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation. 

 

You can support, follow the journey or enter the raffle at aidanhasaposse.org under the "Events" section.


The One Moto Show February 09, 2017 12:35

The One Moto Show

 

The One Moto Show will take place this weekend -- February 10-12 at 900 North Columbia Blvd in Portland, Oregon

If you're in the northwest and out the winter wonderland we are having here in Brooklyn, make sure to get out and check out the show.

From the one of a kind bikes to the Flat Track Race to the 21 Helmets Collection this is a celebration of everything motorcycles.

 

For more info go to:

http://the1moto.com/

 

THIS YEAR'S SHOW

8 years ago, we hosted the first One Motorcycle Show in an old abandoned warehouse building. It was crafted to celebrate the weird, rare, unconventional bikes that we loved, in a way that everyone could enjoy. We started out with no knowledge of how to put on a show: let alone what might happen if we did, or the expectation we would be doing it for the next 10 years. It’s almost hard to believe that it has been so long! Our driving force to keep this going was the feeling that we were adding to something that we loved. We want to give back to motorcycling. We want to be inclusive and inspire people to participate.

As things progressed , the show got bigger. We’ve been in multiple locations, and have been lucky to work with some of the most trusting sponsors within the greater world of motorcycles. It has been a non-stop learning process and we’ve always strived to make the show better each year. This has really been our biggest challenge: skating the line between “big” and small. We make this all work with the donation of time and money by people who want to see this happen again, every year. We are proud of this fact and it’s the main reason we’ve made it this far.

2017: our 8th show. PDX, OR - 900 North Columbia Blvd. Portland OR 

As always, we are exceptionally pleased to keep the show admission at totally FREE to exhibit and attend. This is possible due to the contributions of great patrons like yourself and our amazing sponsors . We are focused on giving back to those who support and contribute to this yearly effort.

 


Greg Bemis AKA Crayon Spaghetti New Works At Genuine Motorworks April 18, 2013 16:56

 

We are proud to present a collection of over 20 new ink drawings from Greg Bemis aka Crayon Spaghetti. Greg is a local illustrator and graphic designer living in Brooklyn. His work focuses on classic imagery of skulls, ghosts and animals with his own twist. Each piece is hand drawn with amazing detail, and is truly something you must see in person to appreciate. These drawings will be on display until May 15th, so be sure to stop by. Each piece is $25 and approximately 4.25" by 5.5". Each drawing comes framed in a 6" by 7.75" black frame. More of Greg’s be sure to check out his website. Crayon Spaghetti 




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