Monday, July 30, 2012
Thanks to everyone who came out to swap and sell parts, hang out, and ride motorcycles. We had a real good turnout throughout the day Sunday, lots of people drug their old parts out, lots rode in, and we had a great time hanging out. So much so that I took one single photo, so I had to steal these off of our Facebook page, and most of them off the Forever The Chaos Life blog, thanks guys! Check out all the photos in an album on our Facebook page here. We are aiming to do this again this fall before the weather turns to crap, stay tuned.
Friday, July 27, 2012
This Sunday, July 29th, 2012 come on by the Lowbrow Warehouse for our Swap & Meet and open house! Noon til 6pm or so. Ride on out and chill, food and drinks, but BYOB. We are going to be selling of lots of good scratch and dent parts and riding gear, and also selling off personal stashes of chopper and motorcycle parts. Let's wheel and deal, cash is king! 800 S. Progress Drive, Medina, Ohio 44256. Our driveway is loose gravel, and super sketchy, so take it easy coming in or you won't be the first to have ate gravel! Any details or updates will be posted at www.facebook.com/lowbrowcustoms
Thursday, July 26, 2012
"Hey man, thought you might enjoy these pics of my xs650 that I built with alot of parts, help and advice from you guys. I built the thing in my basement over the winter and rode her from Portland to Born Free and back, it was insane. Anyway I did most the work myself including paint but also a ton of help from my friends Mike, Murph, and Chase. Thanks for answering all my questions with the quickness and hope to see yall again at BF5...if there is one....
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Brian over at Speed Club Inc. is putting on a ride September 8th & 9th, 2012 in St. Paul, Minnesota. We are all about riding events and are happy to support The Wild Ride. Riding with your friends and camping is the reason most people get motorcycles, and here is a perfect weekend to exercise those desires. Get the scoop here.
Monday, July 23, 2012
I don't think I have put Vance's Triumph up on the site before, but it is one of my favorites and happens to be local and belongs to a friend of mine right here in northeast Ohio. I first saw this bike when it was all bare steel and didn't have the fancy paint (Angel Dust Cycle Paint / Joe Koenigsmark) or beautiful chrome and polish job (Jason's Show Quality Polishing). The chrome loop on the hardtail is killer. Maybe Vance will chime in with some details..
Friday, July 20, 2012
Come one, come all! Our first open house here at Lowbrow HQ is taking place end of this month, on Sunday, July 29th, 2012. Come check out our race bikes, prepped and ready for Bonneville Speed Week, choppers, free food & drinks (BYOB). We are selling off lots of great scratch and dent parts and riding gear at cheap prices, as well as our own personal chopper parts. Drag your own swap meet parts down as well. Starts Sunday the 29th at Noon, it will be a nice, laid back afternoon here at the warehouse at 800 S. Progress Dr., Medina, Ohio 44256. You can also place orders on the spot and take them home, save on shipping. See you there!
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Wounded Warrior Project, $974.38 to Room To Read, and $176.02 to DonorsChoose.org! Thanks for all your support and helping to make the world a better place, a little bit at a time.
The photo above is from a classroom who received a new easel and art supplies from our donations via DonorsChoose. It always amuses me to see little kids writing out 'Lowbrow Customs' and such in the thank you letters, funny stuff.
Monday, July 16, 2012
I had been following this build from the Haifley Bros. and am stoked to see one of our David Bird hardtails on there as well as P-Nut tank and other parts. Justin sent these photos along as well as the following info:
"Good morning. Attached are some pictures of my XS650 with David Bird zero stretch and three inch drop looped hardtail. Installed by Doug, Kelly and Court at Haifley Bros. along with custom seat and mini aluminium fairing whipped up by Kelly.
Mad custom stainless exhaust by Court. Also running a Lowbrow P-Nut Tank and cloth covered wiring from Lowbrow. Thanks for all the great products. Semper Fidelis - Justin Schissel"
Friday, July 13, 2012
6over The Movie just landed at Lowbrow. Check out the teaser above, if you like choppers then chances are you will enjoy this movie. Interesting, entertaining, funny and authentic, I dig it. More details on the film and you can also purchase it here for $25, this initial run comes in a tin collector case with a 20-page photo booklet.
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
We have added even more gas tanks to our shelves recently. Lowbrow Customs is now sporting the largest collection of chopper gas tanks this side of the Norwegian Sea. Right now save 10% on any in-stock gas tank! Limited time only, here's the excuse you have been looking for to give your steed an upgrade. Check 'em out here.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Lowbrow Getdown event page as well as the event page on Facebook.We will see you there!
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Alessandro is the gentleman behind Kustom Tech, based in Italy. We sent him some parts that he needed for his first Triumph, which is pictured here. Here are some specs on the various parts on his bike, which is getting paint and polish now!
Frame: Chop Works (Torino, Italy)
Gas tank, rear fender with seat, battery box: Anvil Disciples (Pisa, Italy)
Finned top cover battery box: Kustom Tech
Oil tank: Lowbrow Customs with finned aluminum (top cover Kustom Tech)
Front wheel: 21" Rim Akront with mini drum
Rear wheel: 19" Rim Akront with Kustom Tech hub and with mechanical drum (Kustom Tech prototype)
Front end: Triple tree (Kustom Tech prototype) legs HD 35mm
Handlebar: 1" inch by Fork Japan with Kustom Tech hand controls and rubber grip
Pegs and shift/brake pegs: Kustom Tech
Kickstand: Kustom Tech
Front light: Pontiac
Rear light: (Kustom Tech prototype)
Engine: Triumph 650cc with Amal carb., velocity stack and rocker box caps Lowbrow Customs
Monday, July 2, 2012
This video was filmed last week, on Monday, June 25th. It is the first time Double Vision, my dual engine land speed race bike, was fired up after several months of intense fabrication and wrenching. About an hour later this bike was loaded into our truck and hauled out (thanks Greg!) to Born Free 4 where it made it's debut this past weekend.