• Garage Time

    It’s that one thing you cant buy, time; I have been grappling with the concept of time vs money. Some people have all the money but not the time, some have all the time but not the money. Where is the happy medium? Where is the sweet spot? I work a 40 hour week to […]

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  • 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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