Wednesday, December 12, 2012
5 Points Lounge
in Fort Lauderdale has started a monthly meet on sunday.
Old Soul Young Blood and Iron Alley Fabrication
are making it happen.
The usual suspects from Lauderdale showed up, along with some guys I haven't seen in a while.
The Donkey Barn crew also rode up from Miami.
I was fortunate to have a bike to borrow,
so me and the kid got to go for a ride.
Of coarse, first I hade to fix it.
Lotsa events are happening! I'll try to keep you all posted.
Check out www.oldsoulyb.com
And, don't forget to check us out on youtube @ Meanmachinesusa
Friday, December 7, 2012
We're having a party!!!
The holidays are here, and it's time to start the festivities!
Mark your calenders,
Saturday, December 22
10am until no one is left (or I kick you all out!)
Be there, or be square!
Other happenings about town:
Also, Metal 305 has crossed the border!
Every 1st Thursday we will be at
Lazer Wolf, in the Progresso building.
(corner of NE 4th ave/3rd ave and the tracks)
There was a great turnout last night.
You can't complain there is nothing to do!
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Metal 305 pulled off a great show!
While all those suckers were running around at the malls,
we were spending our time and money on old motorcycle junk! (our poor wives).
The turn out was great.
Here some of the bikes that showed:
There was, of course, a little judging going on.
The guys at the Donkey Barn and Dunrite Cycles had trophies to award.
And so did Mean Machines!
That's our's in the middle!
So take a minute and look over the pics, cause one of them is the winner!
The other winners:
Dunrite Best of Show
the Donkey Barn Best Rat Bike
John Long presenting Best Biker Chic
And now, for Mean Machines'
Pogo Evan's Memorial Best of Show
Andea and the guy who built her 1968 Yamaha 125,
Wrapping up at the Sailor Jerry's rig.
Be sure to keep an eye out for the official Mean Machines
video of the event.
on you-tube channel MeanmachinesUSA
While you're at it, check these guys out:
And cheers to Nicky at Churchills.
-Mean Machines is a vintage motorcycle repair shop, located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
They specialize in Triumph, BSA, Norton, Bonneville, Tiger, Commando, and all the other British bikes, but also work on Japanese and European makes such as Moto Guzzi, BMW, Hodaka, Bultaco KTM, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki, Metisse, Rickman, Ceriani, Ducati, Husqvarna, Maico, Montesa, Greeves, Indian, Harley Davidson.
The shop is also involved in Ask Henry Racing, running a Kawasaki Z1R in AHRMA,s Vintage Superbike Roadracing events, and supports Sixth Street Specials, 6th Street Racing dirt track racing.