Tuesday, June 28, 2011

A panhead family

Panheads keep a family tight, today I had the pleasure of tattooing Steve who rode with his father in law "slink" and his wife to be sarah. They all rode 100 miles to come here tonight and steve got his favorite tank badge tattooed on him. It was a pleasure to listen to "SLINKS" stories,tattoo Steve and watch Sarah kick her pan.
Thanks again! And by the way, all these Panheads were Slinks and he also has 3 other pans at home.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Day 2 was tough.

Today on our ride to the tail of the dragon and then the long road we cover a whole
130 miles. The morning started out with us waiting for Tim Stull to bring fatbob a generator
Tim drove 80 miles to hook us up. Once again thanks Tim. We got back on the road
for about 30 miles when micks front axle froze. We called Al santiago at high strength
V twin in harrisburg pa. And he fixed Micks bike up quick. No one is better then AL and his crew
an unbelievable guy. Thanks again AL for taking care of us. Back up and on the
road for 100 Miles and I locked up a valve in the pan. We took her apart and did
some afro engineering to get the head right. Tomorrows another day.

Busted already

Busted down, kicks bike froze a front axle and bobs generator took a shit. Tim Still is driving a generator out to us
now from Maryland. Thanks Tim, this is proof that great people still exist on earth

Monday, June 20, 2011

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Thursday, June 9, 2011


Someone came into the shop today and gave me a box full of original panheads and cylinders.Along with that were these old flat head cylinders - could use alittle help identifying them? best i could find were old WR racing cylinders??????? I could be way off all i know is they aint panheads
thanks in advance!!!

Father Granger

New Jerseys high priest

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

B.P.F.S. is smiling down on us today

Today two of NJ' s coolest bikes found a new home. In Sept. 2009 We lost a great friend in George Shenesky . These two bikes belonged to him a 42 knuck and 37 ul flattie. These bikes are going to a home in which the owner will take care of the bikes and ride them in a way that would make our friend George happy. To Gina ,Sara and Kyle you didn't lose these bikes but instead gained a new friend. Im glad I was able to be part of this and am happy that it went the way it did..RIP George we all truly miss ya....