Now that the wood bike is done, i can go back to posting shit that isnt related in any way to it. So to kick things off, here;s whats next from the Butcher Shop.

Yup. That's definitely a West Coast Choppers frame. It's Nick's CFL. He bought it years ago when WCC had a sale on shit, paid SHORT money for it. We're going to take the drivetrain outta the green shovelhead to put in here over the winter. Stay tuned.

Here's the tank for the CFL Nick's been working on all week. It was a british Sportster tank he loped the front off of to dish it. We've never tried this before, so it was a learning experience. But some sheet metal from Ace Hardware and some welding, and this is what you get.


Josh from Gengstout.com

Eventually this thing will be gone and i'll find something else to over-post about. Until then...
I dragged Josh from Gengstout over to the cemetary near the shop for a goth photoshoot. If it hadnt started fucking raining we couldve gotten more nasty shots like these.


been busy lately

The first couple pics were taken by a friend of ours. Jesse takes photogs of peoples weddings and what not. This was his first take at shooting a bike. They came out absoultely awesome. I like the leaves piled up next to it in the 2nd one.

Then of course we had to had try something a little different. Dallas Dave put together a shoot at high-end woodworking shop. He got our friend Matt to shoot it and Dave even went so far as to get a girl to donate her time and talent to make the bike (it's there in the back) look that much better.

Thanks to all these people who made this happen. After wrenching this heap together over the past year, it's really rewarding to see it getting the star treatment.
I'll post up all the full size pics sans watermark once Nick and I get together with the photogs to choose the final prints. Until then, enjoy.