My Dad gave me this a few years ago when I was about to get a Triumph in a trade I was wheeling and dealing on but it fell thru so I kept this manual anyway..it's actually a pretty cool piece..Roadside Marty
I know it's cheesy but I can't stop listening to this record lately.It's gotta be the best album from the original lineup!It's a long way back from Hell and you don't want to go there? Gotta love it.....Alvarez
We got my XL buttoned together in time for Daytona.I always wanted to call this bike the XU after the old Snow era Iron Horse thing of calling their chops FU's instead of FL's.So XL = XU like the much covered song by Wire ,12XU which means 1-2-FUCK-YOU! Get it? Real punk rock and all,but after staring at my trippy shiny and fantastic paint by Bob from French Kiss I'm feelin a little more AM gold.(til i get on it and spank the throttle,that is) Whaddya think?
The Bandidos MC did a calendar for 2002 of which I was fortunate enough to recieve as a gift from Bandido Dumpster Bill when it was first released..THANK YOU brother, I sure do miss you!! Love, Loyalty and Respect...Roadside Marty
This has got to be the best issue of Choppers Magazine for two reasons...first my Dad gave it to me in near perfect condition a few years back and second because it's the December 1969 issue which happens to be when I was born..I thought I would share it with everybody..Roadside
One of the best issues of Iron Horse under David Snow if you ask me!! Snow explained the history of the Super Glide from a rider's perspective that gave it a side that everyone could relate to..well done Mr. Snow wherever you are....
This pic was in the Iron Horse presents "Runnin Free at Sturgis 86" edition which was IH's answer to In The Wind by EZ..pic was taken by "Rodent" aka Carl Metzger who has so many stories about EVERYTHING in the motorcycle industry that it's hard to not ask him to tell you one every chance you can!
Pulled this from the July 1979 issue of Street Chopper..I know what some people will say about it being an Adios MuthaFucka ad but if you haven't figured it out yet, I really don't give a fuck..I just thought it was cool!! Roadside Marty
Street Chopper November 1972..once again this cover proves that "class" is timeless!! Sugar Bear if I'm lucky enough for you to see this post, I would like to thank you for all you have done and all that you continue to do!!! Roadside Marty
Whether you love him or hate him, you have to give Willie G. credit for recognizing something that alot of 1% er's had been doing for years and then giving it some mass appeal...Thank you Willie, Sincerely Roadside Marty
Found this cool pic of Frank Frazetta. If you don't know the name, you've certainly seen his work somewhere. Be it a Molly Hatchet cover or Heavy Metal or the side of the Chevyvan you might have been conceived in! A true legend!