What a great show! Thanks for bringing the Space Coast Chopper Show and all these beautiful bikes to Brevard County Frank! The weather was just wonderful!! It was a very colorful day for the first bike show of the year in these parts! It sure did get my mind going to see more of this kind of thing down here! Brevard County has a huge old school scene not many get to see except for days like this… The talent is endless… I hope y’all enjoy these photos, I have been laying low lately cuz of some personal shit going on with me… Hang in there I’m not ready to go just YET!!! Stay tuned for some more from me in Valgal On The Run…
This is a 79 FXE Shovelhead with 98 stroker 4 speed, 2 under Springer front end, 23 inch front wheel, 18 back Bridgestone off-road tires, custom one off hand exhaust.
Me and my dad built it out in our shop, WTM Kustoms is the name of our shop…
VINTAGE 1947 INDIAN CHIEF BM TURNS INTO A MASTERPIECE
AFTER MULTI-YEAR RESTORATION PROCESS.
In 1939 Indian went to Bonneville Salt Flats to set LSRs with Chiefs and Scouts. Out of that effort came a ‘Bonneville’ edition. The Bonneville motor was available until the end for the Chiefs, but it was a rare option. If you like to stay out in front, then this is the Motorcycle for you. The Bonneville engine is a factory performance upgrade. Obviously, there are substantial internal motor part differences, which accounts for the superior performance levels, power, and faster top end speed of the Bonneville.
***SOLD*** FOR SALE~1947 Indian Chief BM – $42,000 ( Viera / MELBOURNE, FL 32940)
Genuine Bonneville Indian Motorcycles are rare and hard to find.
engine displacement 74 C.I.
paint color: CREAM YELLOW
transmission: 3 SPEED MANUAL
The transaction will include extensive documentation to accompany this motorcycle.
I saw this scoot parked at a local bar in Palm Bay. I was so excited I HAD to take some pictures to share with the world this beautiful old school bike!
1947 Top End
Lots of in-house fabrication
This bike is a one of a kind build… LOVE IT!!! I hope y’all enjoy this as much as I did taking the photos…
I’ve known Billy Lane for quite a few years now, and when I heard about his “Sons of Speed” project, I knew it would be a success!! It’s been in operation for over 3 years now, and is growing steadily. We always catch the racing out at New Smyrna Speedway in Samsula, Fl….a half mile, with a fair amount of banking, providing plenty of action. Several lady racers have also joined in the action!!!. The pictures you see here are from the first race, up to the last one during Bike Week, 2020. No information as yet on the plans for Biketoberfest…stay tuned…ride safe…enjoy the photos…
In the few short years that H&D Roadhouse has been open, it has become Brevard County’s primo Biker Bar, featuring bikes, cars, and of course…BABES. We’ve tried to cover those categories today in Old School Biker Magazine. We ask on behalf of Harry and Deb Vigliano, the owners and operators, that you patronize this fabulous establishment….a local business, run by local folks. You’ll be glad you did…we thank you…THEY thank you…! GOD bless you all…
Miserable George & ValGal
See all of Old School Biker’s stories about H&D Roadhouse here.
Gus Karnes HD 1942 WLA 45 SV, known as a flathead… I was on a mission in Daytona the other day and stopped to see a good friend Brent Dwyer.
That’s when I met Gus… He is the owner of this beautiful Flatty… I asked about info on this bike and he said it was “civilianized out of the box” Then said “it’s a good bike”. I guess that’s all that needed to be said.
Gus you are one of the original ‘old school’ bikers I love and Thank you so much for your hospitality…
86″ shovelhead stroker with dual magneto’s, 4 speed true jockey shift.. 9 over Springer front end… GMA breaks, front and back. Too much to list!… The seat was done by Alonzo leather, the paint job by Rattle Can Customs and the fab work on the tank was done by Josh from Miller Forge…
2019 has come and is almost gone already… Biketoberfest always means the beginning of fall… we here in Florida wish the weather would remember that…. Hot as Hell this year but at least it didn’t rain on us til late Friday night…
Turner’s Cycles had a GREAT turnout for their Chop-A-Billy Bike Show that OSB Magazine sponsored on Friday afternoon… Bruno Guillory took Best of Show with his 1953 Pan head… His beautiful bike will be featured this month in the web site issue AND in the next print copy!… Check out the pictures of all the winning bikes, like and share too… they worked hard on these bikes and it shows!… Thank you to everyone for showing your support for both Wendell Turner and Me (Valgal) we work hard to bring you the events and fun going on around Brevard county and surrounding areas…