Via: Accidental Mysteries (thanks John!)
Hello sweet and dear followers. We have started a Ride the Machine Tumblr. Full of RTM's archive material it represents our favorite two wheeled designs and artwork from early to recent posts. Have a visit:...because it would be not be the same with you.....
We also would like to welcome our first advertiser: Icon Motorsports. We will have posts that feature their goods on a regular basis. We really Like Icon's goods and style: plus we they are a great mach for us....
(P.S: Advertisers are more than welcome to contact us if you are interested in joining on the fun and our many, many, many followers. ..)
That is all, carry on with looking at all the pretty pictures.
Finally I have been able to post up some pictures of my latest build...For this one I chose a 2007 Triumph America..to say the least they are extremely large and lame looking cruisers in my opinion..now that the bike is finished I am ready to sell..looking for 6k...Bike started out brand new pretty much..bought it of some dude for with less than 200 miles...in true form with all my bike builds I ditched everything on the bike leaving me with frame engine and wheels...This particular bike was a lot of work..I could go into all the detail but instead just enjoy the photos and you will see all the fabrication and details it took...for those that may be interested in buying call Zack at 480 239 6881...this bike is very fast, comfortable, clean, reliable, and pretty much rad all around
Manufactured in 1953 by Gaitán Constructions s.l, (Spain) the Gaitán Auto-Tri was powered by a 125cc engine providing power to the two front wheels. The vehicle had an aluminium body and various versions of the vehicle were made including an Ambulance.Via: Three Wheelers.com