• Summer Break

    The end of 2017 took a long time to roll around for me, I packed so much in that time just started standing still. I often warn myself that my hyper productive nature is harmful and that I should take some time to soak up the things I have made and done before moving onto […]

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  • Sydney Motorcycle Expo – My Contribution

    A few months ago I had a request from BMW Australia to help bring some flair to their upcoming Sydney Motorcycle Expo display. The project involved two bikes, the first was a 1200 Adventurer that needed a display stand. But not just any stand. One that could lift the bike into a wheelie position and […]

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  • Supercar Saturday

    My schedule for October and November was literally jam packed. When I arrived home from the USA I didn’t actually fly home. I flew back into Sydney where I left my van and trailer to continue on where WTAC left off. I picked up my trailer from Cameron Motes place (thanks Camo!) and then headed […]

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  • The Ride

    I have had some time at home now to reflect and reminisce about my trip, this is the last post from America and a summery of my adventure. From the initial purchase of a $5,000 roller 10 months ago, a team effort by Dan Carr, Jasin Phares and myself constructed a bike that would carry […]

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  • Moon Equipment USA

    Every time I visit a company I learn a little every time. It doesn’t matter what they produce it’s always a learning experience. In hot rodding circles their isn’t a more respected or recognizable company than that of the yellow eyes, Moon Equipment Co. Founded by the late Dean Moon who grew up in Norwalk […]

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  • Glamis Sand Dunes

    In 1994 I was 11 years old, I had an XR75 Honda, our house backed on to farm land and the owners gave me permission to ride their entire property. It was probably in 1996 that a VHS tape called Crusty Demons of Dirt 1 made its way from America to Australia and into my […]

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  • The Colorado River

    After the SEMA Ignited event was over it was time to say goodbye to Vegas and head south. It was time to finally get a taste of another one of my growing passions. Small boats with big engines. For me vintage choppers share many characteristics with vintage drag cars and vintage drag cars share many […]

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  • SEMA 2017

    My American adventure had three main components, the ride, the Hot Rod Reunion and then the SEMA event. Everything else was just a bonus. I had mixed emotions about SEMA and all the hype surrounding the event, I enjoyed Death Valley so much that I was sad to leave, but I had booked at the […]

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  • Death Valley

    Have you ever got back from somewhere and had people ask you what was the highlight of your time away? Well I did and it was a bloody tough question to answer. But Death Valley and its Furnace Creek Ranch is right up there on the top of my list. Dad and I rolled in […]

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