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  1. Idea: Cut Down CO2 Emissions On Your Motorcycle Without Going Electric
    From Bikes in the Fast Lane #Ecology #CO2ube #Pollution - I think most people will agree at this stage that global warming and pollution go hand in hand. There are more and more cars and motorcycles on the road, generating an increasingly and alarming level of CO2. Even if you do not believe that CO2 is causing global warming, or do not believe in global warming altogether, the fact remains that CO2 is bad. It is bad for your health - full stop. One way to reduce your carbon footprint is to go green; get a

  2. Bonneville Stories Part IV ? 1953 Twin Engine Harley Knucklehead Dragster
    From The Jockey Journal Robert Bud Schmitt, now 81 years old, built and rode THE MONSTER a two engine Harley Davidson motorcycle which ran at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 1955. The engines were eighty-inch knuckleheads with 12:1 fuel burning pistons and Bus Schaller reground cams and a carburetor on each cylinder. In 2005, the 50 year anniversary of his run, [...]

  3. Dellortos
    From Sideblog I'm selling some rare Dell'Orto PHF36 carbs on UK eBay. I bought them used to put on my Guzzi cafe racer, but sold it before getting around to it. Good for Ducatis, Guzzis, XR750s. Carry on. G

  4. Project Enfield update
    From Sideblog We had to get Sideburn's Project Enfield looking finished for Royal Enfield UK's stand at the Motorcycle Live Show at the NEC, late last year. Thanks to CFM, Co-Built, Revolution Custom Paint (who did the basecoat) and Ornamental Conifer (signwriting star) it was done. But, big but, because we converted it from EFi to carb we didn't have it running. According to Royal Enfield UK, no one had converted one in the UK and they didn't know how to do it, but Josh at Indimotard Adventures in India said it

  5. Winter Project 2011.3 Front End Beginning
    From MOTOLIAM - A Cog in the Machine I started collecting parts almost immediately. eBay and Craigslist are great resources for a budget minded builder, and I found a low mileage set of CBR1000RR forks, calipers, trees, etc, for a good price, and then a set of Ducati Marchesini 999S wheels and thin Brembo rotors. Before I could swap out the running gear, I wanted to design my own headlight. This is the "face" of the bike, and it's one of the most important visual aspects to a machine. Nothing "off-the-shelf" would work for

  6. Winter Project 2011.3 Front End Beginning
    From MOTOLIAM - A Cog in the Machine I started collecting parts almost immediately. eBay and Craigslist are great resources for a budget minded builder, and I found a low mileage set of CBR1000RR forks, calipers, trees, etc, for a good price, and then a set of Ducati Marchesini 999S wheels and thin Brembo rotors. Before I could swap out the running gear, I wanted to design my own headlight. This is the "face" of the bike, and it's one of the most important visual aspects to a machine. Nothing "off-the-shelf" would work for

  7. Italy: Milan Congestion Charge Paying Off?
    From Bikes in the Fast Lane We've already reported on Milan's congestion charge, something motorcycles do NOT have to pay, since they are allowed to go into the city without paying the tax. After the first week of the congestion charge, authorities stated that traffic inside the inner city was reduced by 37%! Cars dropped from 122,000 to 77,000 during the operating hours of the congestion charge. Carbon emissions dropped 30%. ...

  8. More Mule 'Stealth'
    From Sideblog As promised, more info from Mule in Southern California. Love that two-into-one...This is a bike built for world famous sculptor Matthew Day Jackson.Stock Sportster frame that has the rear half extensively modified, 89ci (1460cc) motor with S&S carb, Morris wheels, Paoli forks, RaceTech shocks, Brembo front rotors came from Jan Wilem at Dutch Bros. The rest of the bike has numerous handmade parts and it's called the "Stealth" bike. It hauls ass and rides great. I have two more in work as a result of this bike. One with a

  9. Amal Carburetor Top Covers.
    From Cyril Huze Blog... AMAL, the carburetor manufacturer supplying most of the British motorcycle industry in the 50′s to 60′s still produces spares for the classic market. Many of you working on Triumph, BSA and Norton bikes keep their projects equipped with this carburetor brand,... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  10. Some pictures from Fermo Flat Track, Italy
    From Sideblog From Filandro Di Paolo. Thanks. Nice horse track...Fan bike XS650. Long forks!Dutch Bros Wood RotaxDario! From Sideburn 1.Marco Belli's ZaetaHusky DTX.Jacapo Monti's mutant CRF. Repositioned rad, carbon front rim, new subframe, new tank, R6 forks...Fasciani bike with hideous new Lambretta in background ridden by a man in flip-flops. I apologise for this making it onto the site...

  11. 1954 KR750 for sale
    From Sideblog From the Baron 73, who spotted it on US eBay. Check out the stubby 'clip-on' for drafting on the straights.You are bidding on a 1954 an original Harley-Davidson KR750 dirt-track racer. I purchased this bike in 1972 from Doc's Harley-Davidson in St. Louis, MO with the intention of setting it up for street use. KR's were pur sang race bikes and don't do well on the street, so I abandoned that fantasy and the bike sat for years. I finally had it restored in 1996 by former pro dirt-track

  12. Berlin Sportster
    From Sideblog From Germany, Martin's super-neat Sporty Hi Sideburners,I have been following your blog and mag for quite a while - great job so far!Being inspired by some of the projects that were featured in your blog I modified my 1991 Sportster a little (pics attached).Hope you like it.My other bike is an all original 1980 H.-D. XR-750.The bike currently undergoes some mods, i.e. total-loss battery, lights, tach/speedo and so on to hit the street for an occasional blast.On the Sporty the fork, wheels and brakes are 97 Kwack ZX-6R + belt

  13. Pretty CV Carburetor Covers
    From Cyril Huze Blog... Much better than the cheap plastic cover on top of your Harley-Davidson / Keihin CV carburetor, 2 pretty caps made of 6061 aluminum then treated in black anodizing. Edges are re-cut to produce a 2-color finish that perfectly compliments your black engine cylinders. They fit... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  14. How Wrenching On Your Own Bike Makes You More Awesome
    From The Great Motorcycle Pizza Tour ? That's one sexy rotorThis was going to be a post about how to change the stator on a Triumph Speed Four.  Then I remembered that there are about five other Speed Fours on the road, so it wouldn't be especially useful for very many people.  Also, as repairs go, it's pretty darned simple.  The most challenging issue is finding the cause of the problem.  The rest is spinning a wrench, which you can probably find a video about on YouTube if you need a little extra help on the Righty-Tighty, Lefty-Loosey

  15. Accent Trims For Harley-Davidson Stock Twin Cam Air Cleaners
    From Cyril Huze Blog... Designed to fit on all Twin Cam air cleaners, carburated or fuel injected, these  trim rings goe right on the stock twin cam air cleaner cover (not supplied) They give later model Harleys a whole new look with 2 styles to choose from, 3 or 5 spoke, either in chrome or black... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

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