Monday, March 31, 2014

2 New Dice T Shirts.

Dice, keep kids on bikes. Dice is primarily a life skills and motorcycle education program for kids of all ages.

After many requests here is our Marchal black cat design Tee for men. Girls love cats so if this doesn't get you laid then nothing will.

Both available right now, right H.E.R.E.
We love you.

They also fit girls too. Just saying.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

For Sale: 1967 Triumph TR6C

1967 Triumph TR6C with a bolt on rigid hard tail section, rebuilt motor and trans (with only break in miles and receipts fr everything), NOS Wassell tank, Stelling & Hellings bars, MCM fork covers, brand new tires, brand new cables etc's ready to ride! Comes with spare foot pegs, baffles for the exhaust and P-Pad for the rear fender.
Bike is located in So.Cal.
Can arrange shipping worldwide.


Monday, March 24, 2014

DicE Issue 55 Release Party: April 18th - Antwerp, Belgium!

The 'Eat Dust' Issue is nearly upon us and what better way to celebrate the release of this glorious magazine than having a right good old knees up in Antwerp, Belgium!'s on the outskirts of Antwerp...but it's close enough!

De Schuur
Kantonbaan 2
2520 Ranst

There will be lots of space for Motorcycle Parking and Camping...there will be Belgian fries and Belgian Beer...there will be 3 DJ's throughout the evening and LOTS of break dancing!
Friday 18th April, Starts at 8pm on the Friday and ends when the last person falls on Saturday...

Franz & Grub Triumph Degree Wheels!

Our good friends over at Franz and Grubb got sick of using crappy automotive degree wheels so they decided to make their own! They began the long process of creating the best degree wheel for vintage Triumph motorcycle engines and came up with this completely made in the USA,  hand finished degree wheel! If you want the best, click HERE!!!!!!

Saturday, March 22, 2014

For Sale: SR 500.

Freshly built SR500 by Noise Cycles.
Bike is ready to go and located in So.Cal.
Contact Doll Baby Eyes, who still has a hotmail email account, for info and price.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Finally Going To Have To Let It Go.

Twice over the last 12 months we got close to taking a hand full of cash for our truck but then got cold feet at the last minute and decided not to sell. It's such a great vehicle and we have grown very attached to it. However, with great sadness we now really need to let it go. Run out of places to park and have just too many other projects that are taking up time, money and space. Anyways, here is the ebay spiel

This great truck was originally purchased by the former owner in 1973. He went into his local Chevy dealer, chose the model he wanted including color and all the options, waited awhile for it to arrive then drove it home. Once he got back to his house he pinstriped it himself in a style that was very popular back then on full size east coast trucks. He also added a camper shell and a 12 volt power lead for the bed. He then parked it up in his garage and there it sat. He only used the truck once a year till 2010 for his annual vacation with his wife. He then got to old to drive it and decided to sell. His sons helped him service the truck adding a 4 barrel carb and chrome engine dress up kit and they also removed the camper shell. By then it still only had 57000 miles on the odometer. We flew into New Hampshire and purchased the truck in 2012 (I'm the second owner) and drove it up to Maine to visit friends then back to Los Angeles cross country zig zagging our way down to Nashville, New Orleans, Dallas, Santa Fe, Las Vegas then home. It was such a great trip and she didn't miss a beat. The odometer now shows just 62000 miles and it still runs and drives like a new truck. All I have had to do is replace the mufflers and give it a good service. It has it's original Chevy 350 small block V8 and 350 auto trans, 2 Wheel Drive. Power brakes, bucket seats, wood trim, 8 track, CB radio, truck mirrors, 8 lug American racing mags and dual gas tanks. Some blocks have been added to the rear at some point in its life to raise the back up for that '70's hot rod look, they can easily be removed if you wanted too. The body is very straight with no rust. The bed is in great condition too, all those years in a garage with a camper shell saw to that. This truck has no known issues at all and drives very well. She is super smooth with no rattles or squeaks that you get with older trucks. There is some staining on the lower panel under the passenger side gas cap due to some sloppy tank filling at some point in the past. Other than that the paint is in very good condition with only a couple of stone chips here and there. A real American classic and smog exempt too. I have taken photos showing the truck with and without the truck mirrors so you get an idea of how it looks both ways. Come and have a test drive, she's a beauty. $8500.