Saturday, February 20, 2010


Yup we did it! We love capitalism, what can we say. Our new t-shirt is finally ready for order. Our SSM Tri logo is printed on a fine jersey, black t-shirt, using discharge silkscreen treatment. What does this all mean? Well, it means the t-shirt is soft as hell and so is the silkscreen. When you're out for a ride or enjoying some of that wonderful summer heat, this t-shirt isn't going to feel like hot pan glued to your chest.


This is our basic logo tee, so we're sorry if it isn't splattered with goth wings and old english. If you want that, buy affliction, and roids.

SSM tees are a little more fitted than a standard beefy t-shirt, but they're not skin tight.

If you want it to last for 20+ years dry clean it, if you don't mind a worn down feel dump it in some warm water.


Born Free - Vintage Chopper & Classic Motorcycle Show

Its gotta be good, hell just look at the sponsors! With any luck we'll be seeing you there.

Born Free Vintage Chopper & Motorcycle Show

Friday, February 19, 2010

8 Negro

Just wanted to thank the boys at 8 Negro for the support! If you ever want to get your moto fill (in spanish) this is the blog to hit. They have a huge collection of hot kick ass chicks and motos. Thanks 8 Negro!


Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Carburetors 2

Fear not friends, we were able to salvage the carburetors with the broken float tower. Thanks to Tony's handy aluminum welding skills he was able to tack it back together. We got the rebuild finish, sprayed them down and re-installed them. The carbs did leak a little at first but once the needles settled in, everything was a go. The bike fired up effortlessly and stayed on. Before the rebuild we had an annoying idling problem the now seems to be well behind us. I wish we had video of us doing a test run, but we don't sooo you know, maybe next time.