This short video shows how to use your right calf against the passenger peg to lever your Earles Fork bike onto its centerstand, instead of trying to dead lift it while stooped over. This is sometimes known as "The Atherton Crutch".
More of those beautiful notes and beautiful twins, now in an internet commercial.
Hit and run Jazz, courtesy of some great looking vintage Beemers!
Music video shot on location at restoration shop Autobahn Craftwerks in Cincinnati, OH. Shows a number of classic bikes including a /2 with a Pop Dryer sidecar, hauling the fiddle player.
Unique Machines. Unique People. A Unique Club.
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