Thursday, September 30
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pre 1916 Cannonball finish line party
I was stoked to be able to watch the culmination of this historic race, having two friends who had just completed the journey. We rode down PCH from Camarillo to Santa Monica just in time to catch the first rider cross the finish line with the rest not far behind. It was impressive to see all of the bikes together in one place, but when you remember that they have all just made the trek across America.... most with only one speed, no front brakes, and some without any clutch, that is mind blowing. My favorite bike was the little JAP single, it was built in 1907, and had a German girl riding. It had no clutch and only one speed and no suspension, and everytime she had to stop, she had to kill the engine, and then bumpstart it again to get going. INSANE....
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Labels: cool shit, friends, fun shit, old shit, stupid shit
Wednesday, September 29
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Labels: hang ten, Hippy Killer, surf van, ventura, vw
Tuesday, September 28
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Labels: dont believe the hype
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Monday, September 27
Strombergs and Vampira prints are now up on the webstore...random huh?
yeah I know, but I like random, so go buy three chrome strombergs and a Vampira poster so I can hire someone to help me around here!
Posted by Dan Collins at 7:32 PM No comments:
Labels: 97, art, chrome, harpoon, parts, silkscreen, three deuces
I have been a total slacker. Well only as far as posting on here. It's been a crazy couple of weeks for me at the shops. And flat tires, dead batteries and broken down bikes on top of that. I have a shitload of pics to post when I get time. Peace out my little homies.
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Friday, September 24
Tuesday, September 21
Limited prints for sale
I just found an unopened stack of these prints from around '98. It's from a painting I did called "Nightmare Mistress". The painting sold to an art currator, but before it did I used it for a collaboration with Harpoon who hand pulled each one of these hand silkscreened posters. Only a hundred were made and I moved shortly afterwords and I guess I put 50 of them in storage. They're in mint condition and each one will be hand signed and numbered. Look for them on the webstore later this week.
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Labels: art, harpoon, poster, silkscreen, vampira
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Sunday, September 19
Friday, September 17
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Labels: chopper, david mann, event, So-Cal, ventura
Wednesday, September 15
Party pics from Anna Marco
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