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Interview:  Seth and Jason ‘Rev’ Clark of Salt City Builds

Interview: Seth and Jason ‘Rev’ Clark of Salt City Builds

| June 10, 2013 | 2 Comments

At the heart of everything worth doing will be the ones who weren’t afraid to dive in head first and try something their way.  With motorcycles this might manifest as the guy or gal who just wants to fix something themselves, or maybe they wanna go just a little bit ( or a lot ) […]

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Interview:  Shane Sorensen of Chainsikle

Interview: Shane Sorensen of Chainsikle

| April 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Off the beaten path is where I found Shane Sorensen of Chainsikle in his newly opened shop. I’d heard about him from my first interviewee when I saw his work on a Harley Sportster Cafe, and then again at AutoRama when checking out his current ride, the ‘Black Envy’. Shane’s work has shown up on builds by some […]

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Interview: Adam Paul of Time Warp Custom Paint

Interview: Adam Paul of Time Warp Custom Paint

| March 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

I’ve heard the saying ‘Don’t judge a book by it’s cover’, but if the storefront of Time Warp Custom Paint is any indication of what to expect here, I’d definitely say you could, and should. The first time I’d stopped to peek in the window I’d noticed some antique look, or feel, or something to […]

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Bill’s Boneyard

Bill’s Boneyard

| April 21, 2012 | 1 Comments

Had to take a trip down to Salt Lick City today and decided to make a slight detour on my way home to check out Bill’s Boneyard .  My buddy Doug had recently gone out there and was able to find parts for one of his Enduro projects that he couldn’t find anywhere else, and was […]

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Oregon Motorcycle Parts

| November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

30+ years and who knows how much outdoor exposure is showing on the wiring harness.  At least half of the plastic connectors are cracked, broken, or crumbling to pieces. I’ve been referred to Oregon Motorcycle Parts by one of the Yamaha-Triples.org members for replacing connectors as well as the seriously corroded fuse box. My first email to them […]

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