carspottingnyc:

By an optic nerve-

I’ve been riding by this on my way to work for the last week or so. At first I thought it was just in an accident, but then I noticed the big air filter sticking out of the hole in the hood…

(Reblogged from carspottingnyc)

Is that a snowmobile engine? 

(Reblogged from westamerica)

bloodmilk:

bloodmilk large planchette ring.

That’s a broken or severed finger waiting to happen. Also, it looks like balls.

(Reblogged from ohmercyme2)

photo of my friend Matt by Brett Macy. On the ice in Vermont is where I’ll be sometime in the next month or so!

(Reblogged from camp4collective)

I worked very briefly with this guy Ben Lawrence a few years ago. Just found this blog of the work he’s been doing with a partner, there’s some really beautiful and creative stuff on there. 

Holy shit I have that jacket! Now I want the matching pants!

Holy shit I have that jacket! Now I want the matching pants!

(Reblogged from touratechusa)
endlessme:

Via theinfluenceof

Had one of these growing up. Panther, I think… It had a Wankel rotary in it. Every time I smell ether, it reminds me of that sled. So goddamn cool.

endlessme:

Via theinfluenceof

Had one of these growing up. Panther, I think… It had a Wankel rotary in it. Every time I smell ether, it reminds me of that sled. So goddamn cool.

(Reblogged from endlessme)

Something reminded me of this photo recently and I was able to find it just now with a quick search. It’s a Honda S90 with a fully custom tube frame and a front brake from a CB160. I think the carb is probably a dell’orto. What’s interesting is that the exhaust looks stock. I wonder how much head work was done. I also love how the builder left the stock tank and seat on it. With that frame, the bike probably weighed damn near 200 lbs. 

The S90 was my first street legal bike, and while I probably only rode it for less than 100 miles before I blew it up with an open exhaust, I loved it. That’s why this photo filled me with lust when I first saw it. I really oughta get mine back on the road.

senior-crown:

People need to realize this, especially in the coming years…

(Reblogged from druesli)