CB650 Cylinders
Mic’ing the cylinders on Chris’s 79 CB650
Icon Triumph
Icon built Triumph adventure bike complete with a winch for those tricky sections.
CB750 Rat
CB750 Rat Bike. I bet that’s rather loud.
Yamaha M1 MotoGP
Up Close with a Yamaha M1 Moto GP bike. Lots of exotic bits on here.
Yamaha M1 MotoGP
Up close on the dry clutch of the M1 racer.
Yamaha R1 Racer
Beautiful R1 Superbike.
Custom Honda Rebel
Some interesting design choices on this turbo rebel.
Turbo Honda Rebel
Insane Turbo Rebel Bobber.
Custom Yamaha XS650 Bobber
This XS650 bobber is punk rock on acid.
Black XS650 Bobber
A more tasteful XS650 paint job.
Custom Yamaha XS650 Bobber
Not a bad XS650 Rat.
KTM Moto 3 Racer
KTM Moto 3 Racer – Built for a 90lb Austrian teenager.
Ducati Moto GP Racer
Ducati Moto GP Racer – Everything. Made. Of. Carbon.
Icon Triumph Drift Bike
Icon Triumph Drift Bike from this video:
Motorcycle Photos: CB350
Testing out the CB350
Motorcycle Photos: Ducati 900ss
Ducati 900ss
Motorcycle Photos: CB350f
Motorcycle Photos: GS450 Scrambler.
GS450 Scrambler
Motorcycle Photos: CB550f
CB550f on Skyline Drive

Beyond Motorcycle Photos (Info for DC Locals)

These are just a few examples of the bikes I’ve worked on or spotted in the Washington area.  If you’d like to see some of these machines in person, stop in at Breadsoda on Wisconsin Ave, grab a drink, and sneak into the parking garage out back.  There are always a few bikes parked in there, and you might find me taking a wrench to one of them if they’ve been misbehaving.

Other known DC motorcycle hangouts include the Passenger and the Brixton.  And of course, the now defunct Asylum in Adams Morgan, that filthy and wonderful mix of hipsters, metalheads, and MotoGP wannabes, all of whom were probably too drunk to be riding home.  If there are any other watering holes that merit consideration, comment down below to spread the word.

Also, if you’d like to connect with some local riders, check out the Motorcycle Kids Facebook group here.  You’ll find alerts for the rider community, group outings, interesting events, and of course, more photos.

If you’re local and you’d like to see your ride featured, email me a photo or a link to your gallery.  If it’s especially awesome, I’ll do a write up on you and your bike.

As always, keep the rubber side down.

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