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One of my goals for this year is to get the Shovelhead up and running by summer. I’m also building it for the LNSPLT Build Off ’17.

As you can see below, no drastic changes yet. I find myself staring at the bike more often than actually working on it. I removed the oil tank and the rest of the wiring to clear space for new replacements.

It’s nice to be wrenching on a different platform other than Hondas. For this build, I plan to take my time and enjoy the process.

This past weekend I was able to cross out the Harley Davidson Museum off my Bucket list. It was everything I thought it’d be. Below are some of the photos from the trip.

Nice and sunny…

1903. The year Harley Davidson was founded

My rental for the weekend

The Shed. This building is a replica as the original shed is now Highland Boulevard in Milwaukee. Crazy to think Harley Davidson started in this small shed. Proves that no dreams are too big.

Love the architecture

It was nice change of scenery from the busy California lifestyle

Always been a fan of these police bikes ever since the show CHiPs

Couldn’t help but thought of the show Harley and the Davidsons when I saw these bikes

The legendary motor wall. Kinda cool to own one of them.

More Harley goodness

Loved this blue one

I think he wanted to teleport back to the old days

Why can’t new bikes look this cool?

Another one of my favorites. Reminds me of Go Takamine’s Born Free bike

Tank wall

They did a great job with the design of the Museum

80 miles per gallon… you kidding me??

Looks fast…

Race bikes

3rd floor was really interesting. This is where they store one bike for every single bike that came out. Imagine the value and $$$$

Safe to say I spent a good amount of time drooling

Like a kid in a candy store

Watcha gonna do, watcha gonna do when they come for youuu

How badass it’d be to ride and shoot…

I’d definitely sign up to be a cop if I get to ride one of these…

Simple bikes for simple dudes

Hollywood bikes

Another wicked one

Looks fast…

Loved this Pan

You ain’t gotta ask me twice

My dream bike…

David admiring his build…

His bike

This one was interesting

Washed up on Canadian shore from Japan. You can read the rest of the story here

Fun size

Loved the vintage posters

It surely does…soars alone

Cafe style dawk


This bike put a smile on my face. Well done.

In this area, you can sit on the bikes and grab a feel

David’s choice

My choice… You already know doeee

and that’s all folks!

Remember that sunny sky from earlier? Yea, it didn’t last long…

So what do we do? Drive to Chicago!

When life give you snow, you make da snow angel

Until next time…