3.18.2009

Rouserworks

I always seem to be on a constant search for inspiration when it comes to motorcycles. When thinking of my ultimate bike my mind seems to always lean towards Motocross influenced builds. I have 100% committed to this steeze and from this point forward will be focused on pursuing this goal.

A company by the name of Rouserworks has been doing their thing for a hot minute now. Let me say that Rob is doing shit right. Guy spends time on his builds and it looks like he pulls influence from dirtbikes of the 70's which is exactly what I am going for. Here is the bike of reference. One of Lee Bender's boys is now the proud owner of this machine.

Today is the dawn of a new beginning. I am starting my parts search immediately and will hopefully be making some progress in the near future.



Photo Credit: Rouserworks/Onesickrace

5 comments:

LandMan said...

fucking badass jake. its funny how everyone is definitely coming into their own with the bikes and starting to really figure out what style/era of influence they want. me, i'm going straight frisco style...

Stone said...

I fuckin' dig that scoot. As for styles, I just want shit that's fun, rides right and doesn't fall apart too often.
Anyway... when you get serious about that parts search, hit me up - I've had that same tank sittin' on my shelf for a few years now, lookin' for a good home. Depending on the day, I might be talked out of it...
Just stuck a photo up on the Grim blog that shows it on the shelf if you wanna take a gander (grimmetalworx.blogspot.com, 4th shot down, top shelf...)

Stone said...

PS... please run a front brake. I noticed both scoots you've posted recently aren't runnin' one (two is even better). Spools are for show bikes. Bikes that are actually ridden need front brakes.

CPB said...

That bike is ZZZZZICK!!! I can totally see you riding a bike like that.

Its just metal said...

jake that tank looks just like Ryans new tank of his detroit! This is dave by the way. I just started a blog, Check it out.