segunda-feira, 27 de dezembro de 2010

segunda-feira, 29 de novembro de 2010

Today's Best Picture...

Awesome road, bike, and sky.....Wish I was there...

Today's Quote

quinta-feira, 18 de novembro de 2010

Totally Impractical

I found this on the web, I'm still looking for the complete story...
I know they're Australians, because of the license plate, nothing more...

and of course, the Porsche look incredible this way...


terça-feira, 16 de novembro de 2010

domingo, 14 de novembro de 2010

quinta-feira, 11 de novembro de 2010

terça-feira, 9 de novembro de 2010

HotRod Show.

Dear Santa...

I'm crazy about this headlight, I'm just thinking about the size...???....

Sportster Golden Ball

Love everything in this bike, the headlight, tank, oil tank, the place where they put the battery. Awesome!



segunda-feira, 1 de novembro de 2010

For Sale, V4 Oval piston.

Check this out....
Little pricey, but its one of a kind. Guarantee you not going to find another one this good...
They asking about US$185.000,00 or if you want to pay in Brazilian cash is R$314.500,00... Well, probably there is somebody out there who wants to pay a lot of cash to have something very exclusive...
I going to stay with my sporty... thank you!


domingo, 31 de outubro de 2010

Birthday present!

This was my birthday present from my girlfriend....Very good taste.
Gold Leaf Stripes, The Lucky on one side, Pinstripe in the other. (I will put the pinstripe pictures later).
Made by Joe King and the Pinstripe by Caju - FF motorcycle
This guys are awesome, thanks for the excellent job! Check them on the link above.

Thanks My love.

quarta-feira, 13 de outubro de 2010

Inspiration gallery.

Very good ideas for a good coffee...


Royal Enfield 2010.

Royal Enfield has announced that is going to have seven dealers in California for sales beginning on October 15th.
What do you think about that?
Here's the web site.


terça-feira, 14 de setembro de 2010

sábado, 11 de setembro de 2010

quarta-feira, 8 de setembro de 2010

Feeling the wind....

Testing the new modifications....What can I say?
Bombastic, nothing more, nothing less.


Place your bets!

sábado, 4 de setembro de 2010


Duzmo motorbikes were manufactured from 1919 to 1923. The company name is said to be a humorous take of "does more." The original Duzmo engine seen above was relatively advanced in design for the times and was a 496cc SOHV single with a detachable head, an aluminium piston, and was pressure lubed.

The founder of Duzmo was John Wallace, who had been obsessed with motorbikes since visiting a motorcycle exhibition when he was 15. At 17 he managed to get work as a test rider for J.A. Prestwich. John raced at Brooklands but was fired when his young age was discovered.
He spent years studying engineering and in 1918 Wallace began to design a high performance motorcycle engine.
He advertised his engine to any firm wishing to diversify after their war contracts had ended. The Portable Tool & Engineering Company hired Wallace as Chief Designer, planning to sell his engines to other motorcycle manufacturers.

In 1920 a prototype OHV 50-degree V-twin was built. It was the same 496cc single doubled up and had a whopping 8 horsepower. The machine's success was more than the Portable Tool & Engineering Company could handle and they sold out to Wallace. With that, the Duzmo brand was born.

The Duzmo's from 1920 were 496cc belt-driven single engines produced by The Advance Motor Manufacturing Co. These machines developed through 1922 with the introduction of a Sturmey Archer gearbox and an all-chain drive. At this point, the 992cc V-twin was produced and fitted with a sidecar which took part in the Brooklands 200 Mile Sidecar Race.

Unfortunately the bike never won and sometimes did not finish. The lack of track success and a souring economy contributed to a lack of new orders. In 1923 only one bike was made, the one pictured at the top of this article. It was the same 496cc, 3.5 horsepower single that was now forward-inclined. You can see this bike at the Whitewebbs Museum of Transport in Enfield, about 20 miles north of London.