Saturday, July 5, 2014
The '89 Sportster belonging to Josh Cipra, and Tim Bradham's "Cracking" Triumph. Both bikes built in-house here at TBC with the quality & craftsmanship that we put into everything we do! Photos by Jennifer Bradham (J. Bell Photography).
Sunday, June 29, 2014
Started this transformation on this '89 Sportster last year, making the hard tail section and mounting the Cole Foster tank. Then Josh Cipra started working with me on the bike side of TBC! Josh took the same direction I was looking at going with the Sporty just putting his personal touch in it. Working together, giving each other praise on ideas, it all came down to the paint which Robbie Lynch handled! Josh always wished to win a plaque, trophy or something! Well, his wish came true! First time going to the SmokeOut event, we decided to put his bike in the Pro Build class which is pretty much professional shops! And it paid off, the bike ended up being picked top 3 of the class, which meant it was a winner!
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
A few years ago, my wife opened up her antique shop, Lodestone Art & Antiques which is right in front of my shop. We both like industrial and steampunk type furniture, so we started building our own line of furniture. Here's the latest, a handbuilt aluminum frame tig welded and a old vintage coke panel. If interested, hit me up firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, June 16, 2014
Spent today and built the rearend for my wife's '32 Ford Coupe. Just like all rearends I build, it starts with a Winters 9" housing, 3" tubes, and housing ends. Then the jig is brought out to make sure everything is square.....