Some new chopper & motorcycle blogs that I found and like a lot include:
This is a nice mostly motorcycle blog. The guy keeps it simple. It’s about his bikes, friends and interests. That’s all.
Lots of pics and stories about his sports bikes and track racing too.
I like this blog enough to join. Wish I could go to the UK and ride the backroads of En gland and especially Scotland. Meet some of my old timey Scottish bloods.
Eat The Rich UK is also a blog from the United Kingdom. It’s solely about Hot Rods and motorcycles after 40 years of chopping up “perfectly good vehicles”. Cool pasttime!!
This one is for sale and promises to make hipsters swoon and girls weak at the knees.
This is a 1969 Triumph drag bike. It’s beautiful isn’t it??
Although I have some Scottish blood flowing in my multi-racial veins, I have always been attracted to the bikes that Irish Rich designs and builds. I really like his Applied Machete blog too.
“Irish Rich is the owner of Shamrock Fabrication, a “no frills” custom motorcycle and fabrication shop. Rich has been involved with custom motorcycles and hot rods for over 40 years, and is a member of the Sinners, out of Southern California. Rich and his motorcycles have appeared in Street Chopper, DicE Magazine, The Horse, Easyriders, IronWorks, Bigtwin, Jesse James‘ documentary “The History Of The Chopper“, and One World Studios’ “The Harbortown Bobber“. “
From Irish Rich’s blog: “A great photo of the ’84 FXRDG Disc Glide. Total production for the FXRDG was 863 units, including 10 FXRSDG’s with the longer Sport front ends.“ Here is Rich’s fxrsdg
Check these sites out, you may find one or two to join or at least keep going back to.
And ride hard but be safe.