Thursday, 31 December 2009

Sweet bike sweet pipes.

Gotta love those pipes, i wanna a set like that mummy.

Wednesday, 30 December 2009

Madness The Liberty of Norton Folgate.

Even if Madness is not your bag, go and treat yourself too their new cd, it's fuking brill!

Saturday, 5 December 2009

Madness @ The BIC Bournemouth

Saw Madness @ The BIC, i've followed them for 30 years, here is the write up from the Bmth Echo.

Madness, Bournemouth International Centre
12:39pm Wednesday 2nd December 2009

Madness should probably expect a hefty bill from the BIC for floor repairs after constant bombardment by the feet of a massive pogoing throng.

From beginning to end, the ska-reggae legends, on their 30th anniversary tour, threw out a healthy dose of hits, forcing such energetic vertical movement that the floor should have been in pieces by the night end.

The fact most were likely wearing Doc Martens is enough to give their insurance company the willies.

The demographic was surprising. Most were predictably aged 30-50, but there was a vast number of young teens, hinting that many a parent has been influential. Hell, my three-year-old throws shapes to House of Fun so by the time Suggs and company rock around for their 50th anniversary tour in 2029, he'll be smashing the floor to bits with the rest of them.

The middle of the set list was new material and cuts that Madness aficionados know well, but bookending this was a collection of favourites which would set the toes tapping of every true child of the 80s.

One Step Beyond, Embarrassment, The Prince, My Girl, and The Sun and the Rain fired us up, while the band's “showtime” – House of Fun, Wings of a Dove, Baggy Trousers, Our House and It Must Be Love – bring the BIC to an absolute frenzy.

The encore, We Are London, Madness and Night Boat to Cairo ensured these British classics will play over and over in the heads of the departing thousands for the next week or so.

Which, thankfully, was just the steering-wheel-tapping distraction I needed while stuck at the top of a painfully slow-moving BIC car park.

Re Build Pics.

Gonna be so much better than the original build.

Saturday, 21 November 2009

Sissy Bars.

Couple more i'm liking.

Friday, 23 October 2009

Thursday, 22 October 2009

F 150.

Paul C's truck, he's since sold it...would have looked good on my drive.

T 500.

If i ever get a Triumph, it would have to end up looking like this.

F*ck you.

Marry me.

Pan Head.

Everything about this bike is so right.

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Complete Madness

Managed to get some tickets for Madness @ the BIC Bmth,
not to everyone's taste but i love em.

Girls and Bikes.

New Paint by Flakey Dave.

Got my tank back from Flakey Dave, better than i imagined.........thanks Flakey.

Bitwell Bash Hat.

Just arrived in the post heavy flake Bitwell.

Tuesday, 20 October 2009

You Tube.

These make me laugh.

And who would'nt!

Soooooo nice.

New Bars.

Fabricated by a Jockey Journal member itusedtobeaboutchoppers .

Furry One.

House trained and good with children....

Some of my favourites.

Milley the Jack Russell.

The family pet.......who needs a burglar alarm....when you've got this.

Baiter Park.

Sunny day at Baiter Skatepark Poole and Helen from 100% Biker turns up with her camera.

100% Biker.

100% Biker want to do a photo shoot of my bike for the magazine.


July 08 and a visit to Attitude Customs...see's me placing an order for a cheap no thrills Chop/Bobber.

Fat Boy.

Two summer's passed and the Nitetrain was sold to fund the purchase of a new Fat Boy... what a piece of shit that was! Sept 08.....guess what? i sold it.....and vowed never to buy another showroom floor Harley.


Harley then brought out the Nitetrain with a factory fitted 200 section rear tyre, so the Fat Boy was traded in...i then threw as much bling at it that was possible........SHIT what was i thinking....

Fat Boy.

By this time i'd had enough of the Streetfighter scene, so a trip tp DG 20 saw me walk out of the door with this....

Before the Zed's i had a 1200 Bandit, had it bored out to a 1216.....that was'nt enough so i strapped a bottle of Nitrous to it, then had some nice paint thrown over it, it was then featured in the Streetfighters Mag, pics to follow..........

Zed Thou.

Sold the Orange Zed and the following summer i purchased this one......and went stealth.