A Bike Week Full Of Nostalgia.

Yesterday a team of journalist/photographer stopped me and asked: "Cyril, do you know where we can find a new cool high tech custom bike?". I could not answer…Well, as we all know, the new generation of custom builders is re-designing and re-creating new old school bikes. Here some pictures of gas tanks being filled up in Daytona gas stations.


5 Responses to “A Bike Week Full Of Nostalgia.”

  1. 1 burnout Mar 6th, 2008 at 11:48 am

    I prefer the “old school” myself. I wonder, Is Confederate doing anything? peace

  2. 2 Rollin Mar 6th, 2008 at 6:12 pm

    If your looking for “New Cool” check out the Limpnickie lot show, it’s directly across from Millers Custom Parts on Ridgewood, or check it out at http://www.limpnickielot.com


  3. 3 Rodent Mar 7th, 2008 at 9:48 am

    old school is in….Datona’s largest bike show in number of entrants and spectaters was the Barnett’s Magazine sponsored show at Willie’s Tropical Tattoo yesterday. Most of the builders from the Lmpnickie lot and the staff of Cycle Source attended to enjoy music, beer, food, tattoo, Sucker Punch Sally, and Chandler bikes

  4. 4 DJ CHOPPER GOD Mar 7th, 2008 at 12:26 pm

    Tropical Willie’s is my favorite show. Good time that one. Wish I was there. Next year fo sho a!!!
    F%cking surgery, I had two new bikes to show off not to mention getting in some miles and hanging with all my biker friends down there. I AM jealous!!! Enjoy.

  5. 5 saorijohn Mar 7th, 2008 at 2:05 pm

    I like the Nash and Detroit Bros. stuff. It’s not so much old school as freaky crazy school!

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