Hessu, John and myself went to San Sebastian - Spain to check out this new park they built. We had an awesome session until sunset. I get so stoked when I skate with these dudes. Cold one on the way back, what a great weekend ender !
Axel and I went for a ride, a beer and a surf check last night. The beer was good and the surf clean but was tiny. I was gonna fix my new mufflers but weather was too nice to be working. Rather be riding instead.
I've known Droidy since the mid nineties but I only found out last week that he was heavily into Triumphs back in the 90's in London. He owned a bunch of dope bikes over the years, all were '67 TR6 : TR6 P Oil in frame, a TR6 C ( C was for "competition"), and a '67 TR6 R. Thanks for the pictures mate.
And another sick bike popped in the South West of France. Vincent from BIXENTE MOTO got himself this killer BSA and can be seen ridin' around Biarritz. Make sure you check out his shop if you are in the area. He's got some real cool shit there.
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Seen today in Biarritz, a NORTON MANX frame with AJS engine. The story about this bike is quite amazing : the bike was owned by a guy who crashed on it 30 years ago and died in the accident. There was nothing left of it but the victim's best friend decided to put the bike back together in memory of his lost friend. It runs perfectly and sounds pretty mean ! Seems like there are more and more intresting bikes popping up in the area. Stoked !