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THE BIKE SHED MOTORCYCLE CLUB

Moved by the usual apathy, disorganisation, and general “we are all individuals” issues around being a motely crew of shed-bike, cafe racer, scrambler and street-tracker riders, a bunch of us decided to combine our infrequent blogs, blags and email banter into something that might be more coherent as a whole… a group blog/glog/mag thing.

If actually we had sheds (well, apparently Adam has got a shed, and Tim & Kev work in one), then we’d metaphorically be in them whenever we are out riding, tinkering or talking bikes…

…Sheds are where men (and a few hardy women) escape to leave behind the world and all it’s crap. To oogle over metal, oil and fuel, in perfect harmony – where what looks right, is right, and the freedom of two wheels is one of our greatest pleasures.

Follow us as the BSMC – Bike Shed Motorcycle Club – on FACEBOOK and TWITTER

The Bike Shed Event

Dutch is a convert from the world of black and orange KTMs into being a Ducati Sport Classic owning cafe racer aficionado. He started blogging the odd rant under the title Full Tilt, while working half-heartedly in the media business and it’s metamorphosised into The Bike Shed – which was founded in Dec Nov 2011.

Writing on the Bike Shed website is now shared out between several BSMC members, under editor Ross. Writers include Ross, Dutch, Ian H, Gareth C , Gareth G, and Hugo. Steve takes care of he site development.

Our events take-on extra top-level support, chiefly from Vikki (The Dutchess), Gareth R, Timm, Ross, Ali, Steve, Ian, Gareth C and host of others who are too many to name.

Dutch at Brands Hatch

His missus, the Dutchess, represents the ladies and makes sure he spends as much time taking care of her bikes as he does his own.   Here are their current bikes…

Follow Dutch here on The Bike Shed every day and on the BSMC Facebook page. Email him here.

Adam is one third of the team behind Untitled Motorcycles with Rex and Anita, building stripped-down, bad-ass street/scrambler Beemers out of a rough and ready garage, Victory Motorcycles, under the Arches in Camden Lock. He also blogs in between dodging the local knife-wielding Camden scrotes.

Adam, and Untitled Motorcycles:

Follow Adam & Untitled M/C on their blog Follow Untitled MC’s Facebook here and Victory’s FB here.

A few pics of (L-R); Tim, Adam, Hugo, Martin, Barry, Adam again and the Dutchess:

Tim & Kev make up Spirit of the Seventies, working out of an old pig-shed in Kent they are building some stunning “regenerated motorcycles” based on bikes from Yammie XS650s to Kwacka Zs, Triumphs to whatever. They are all beautiful. (The bikes, not the boys). Both stem from the creative industry so they have an eye for beauty in all it’s mechanical forms. They blog about the progress of their builds or sometimes just what their mates are up to.

Kev & Tim from Spirit of the Seventies and a few of their bikes:

Tim tears up the back roads of Kent.

Follow Spirit on their website and their blog.

So, if you want to join us to talk bikes, we’ll be down in the Shed. See you there or follow us on Facebook.

If you want to email us, maybe submit pics of your bike for a feature, to join us as a contributor, or just to say hello, email [email protected] or [email protected]

90 Comments

  1. chris barber
    15/01/2012

    Enjoying “the bike shed”…thanks

    Reply
  2. Jim Mason
    18/05/2012

    Just found this site and want to say hope it goes from strength to strength. Some lovely bikes providing lots of inspiration. Cheers.

    Reply
    • Dutch
      21/05/2012

      Thanks Jim. We do our best to make it a little different from the rest.

      Reply
  3. Chris
    04/06/2012

    Great site, I love the dominator builds you guys have done, real neat!!

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  4. Ben
    05/09/2012

    Great website and some great pics, bikes and inspiration. Brilliant. Where are you guys based… the uk?

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    • Dutch
      05/09/2012

      Hey Ben

      Thanks. We’re all in and around London. Although Tim & Kev from Spirit are in Kent near Brands Hatch, while the rest of us are within a couple of miles of Islington. You can hear us up the Holloway Rd on a Thursday night off to the Landseer pub (when it’s warm and dry)

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      • Ben
        07/09/2012

        Sounds good. I absolutely love the classic style bike. Right now I’m getting around on a standard jap 600 but next year I plan on getting myself something a little sweeter. Would love to get my hands on a Ducati Sport Classic 1000s but they’re not too common. Searching for it is how I came across your website. That paul smart ducati is beauutiful! Lucky you :) The only thing that qualms my desire to own one is seeing all the other beautiful bikes on this webiste. Keep posting! :)

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        • Dutch
          19/09/2012

          Thanks Ben. Keep looking. Those SC1000s do crop up eventually

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        • Fid the Lid
          22/09/2012

          Hi Ben

          I should of kept my ZIB in 1979 anyway catch ya some time and maybe I can give you some tips on doing some handling mods for your Z sure its good anyway catch you on the road.

          Reply
  5. Bic
    23/10/2012

    Dutch,

    Man, I just spent a good hour looking through the distinguished Gentleman’s club photos as posted through Facebook.

    I love this! Please get in touch with me about how I get involved. Still running the Superduke but itching to get a bike from my past. Thinking about a Kawasaki triple as this is the bike I used to be loyal to, had everything in my 20’s from the 250 through to the 750 but they now command the high prices.

    Next on my list is a Laverda Jota but even more special to me is the 500 Montjuic. I’m searching ebay. They are rare.

    But anyway, get in touch. Not sure how I do so but we share a lot of passions in common.

    Regards.

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  6. Hamish Lamont
    07/11/2012

    Awesome site guys! Really enjoying it.
    I’ve spent the last year documenting the rebuild of my ’89 Ducati SS, now a carbon Supermono bodied 944cc hotrod. Will send you all the info once done for consideration for you BSMC.
    Till then will enjoy the inspiration.
    Cheers
    Hamish (ex Britten MC Co)

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  7. Paul Best
    15/11/2012

    Hi Dutch , i meet you and the mrs on the gents ride and been browsing your site , as an owner of a few cafe bikes i would love to keep in the loop , would be bang up for some trackdays , ride outs , by the way fantastic finding you lot on the gents ride out day ( only found out on the day so felt a little under dressed ) , Keep it on 2 wheels ,Paul

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    • Dutch
      16/11/2012

      Hey Paul Feel free to take part in everything we do, and consider yourself part of the BSMC. The big stuff is always in our Calendar page on here and we will have more rides and hopefully a trackday next spring, while smaller events and pub meets (the Landseer in Islington or the Flask in Highgate are popular on a Thursday night) usually get mentioned on our facebook pages at http://www.facebook.com/BikeShedMotorcycleClub.

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      • Ronaldo
        27/09/2013

        Hello

        popped along to the Landseer tonight and enjoyed the variety of m/cs.

        How do i find out about next meet here or at the Flask?

        cheers

        R

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        • Dutch
          27/09/2013

          It’s all a bit random but, if we do a big proper meet we sometimes put it up in the BSMC Calendar. Otherwise good weather means a probable turn-out from either the BSMC or the MF crew.

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  8. Paul Best
    17/12/2012

    HELLO DUTCH , HOPE YA WELL !
    WE MEET AT THE DG RIDE FEW MONTHS BACK . ANY WAY HERE,S ONE FOR YOUR DIARY . WE ARE GETTING A FEW LIKE MINDED PEOPLE TOGETHER FOR A MEET TO CHAT BIKES , DRINK COFFEE …. BLA BLA ON THE 24 TH MARCH 2013 AND WOULD LOVE TO CATCH UP AND CHECK OUT ANY CAFE , FLAT TRACK , BOBBER BODS THAT MIGHT FANCY A DAY OUT .
    WE VE ORGANISED AN EVENT ALONG WITH A CUSTUM BUILDER AND SPECIALIST WRAPPER AT THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS
    1-2 JOHNSONS WAY , PARK ROYAL TRADING ESTATE NW107PF ( OFF CORONATION RD ).
    FEW BIKES ON DISPLAY & PROMO GIRLS TO KEEP US HAPPY !

    LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU
    PAUL BEST

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    • Dutch
      05/02/2013

      Now in the diary Paul.

      Reply
  9. Rik
    05/02/2013

    Hi Dutch..

    love the site and its philosophy….breath of fresh (old) air.
    Been tinkering myself wıth the old airheads…….had an old 1980 R80 and got some bits from Ritmo Sereno.
    Now have a standard GT1000 …..am trying to resist the modify bug but I know it wont be long!!!

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    • Dutch
      05/02/2013

      Hey Rik. Thanks…

      Resistance is futile.
      Get modding. (For a start, you need a Spirit of the 70s GTR seat, or the monoseat from Star.Ace)

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  10. Timm
    08/02/2013

    Hey Dutch,

    Sorry to hear of your recent run in with the white-van-man. i hope all is ok, with the exception of writing off the bike. Did he stop or was he the typical London twat and take off?

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    • Dutch
      08/02/2013

      Thanks Timm. Luckily he stuck around and gave his details but there were so many witnesses he didn’t have much choice.

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  11. Angus
    05/05/2013

    Hi Dutch,

    Greeting to you and the team at BSMC from South Africa. Been following you guys on FB for a good while and have to agree with all the distinguished gents above that your site is one of the best!

    Just keep doing what you are doing, we loving it here. Hope to get to buy you a beer one day at the Landseer in Islington.

    Cheers for now,
    Angus

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    • Dutch
      05/05/2013

      Hey Angus, That’s very kind of you. If you’re in London this month come to our big event on May 18/19 – otherwise email to see next time we’re t the Landseer on a Thursday.

      Reply
  12. fingers
    10/05/2013

    Hi,
    I am a biker, photographer and blogger.
    I am coming to your event on Sat or Sun.
    Would it be worth coming on Friday to the press view to try and get some photos without too many people around the bikes?
    If so i would like to come then, could you let me know who to contact and liaise with.
    Thanks
    Fingers

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    • the don
      31/05/2013

      hi fingers i’m a returned biker and starting out on the build your own bike scene, was at the show in shoreditch so ——- good! now just got in from a meet at the ace cafe wembley, very diff scene but now found you here so before i say any more are you fingers from chalk farm?

      Reply
  13. Adrian White
    13/05/2013

    Guys, definitely coming over on Saturday; can’t wait in fact. What’s the latest on parking or do I have to endure the London Overground on a Saturday as well?!!

    Cheers

    Reply
    • Dutch
      14/05/2013

      We have “round the back” parking on New Inn Yard behind the venue, £3 donation (to Amnesty) and fully staffed.
      Check the updated parking info on all the events pages in the Calendar, header, features and facebook.

      Reply
  14. John
    31/05/2013

    How about getting a forum on here?
    cool blog too.

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    • Dutch
      01/06/2013

      Hi John

      We did think about it, but I didn’t want to try to compete with Do The Ton, as they have become the forum for most cafe racer builders. If we did have a small forum on here it would need to be a bit different. Your thoughts are very welcome.

      Reply
  15. Marcelo Krause
    11/06/2013

    Quero parabenizar a todos por estes belos trabalhos mostrados.
    Sou do Brasil, e estou a procura de inspirações assim como estas, para transformar minha cb 450 em uma moto tão bela como as suas.
    Gostaria muito de conhecer pessoalmente o trabalho de vocês, e se quiserem podem manter contato, pois com toda a certeza divulgarei seus trabalhos para todos que conheço e são amantes de motos.

    I want to congratulate you all for these beautiful works shown.
    I’m from Brazil, and I’m looking for inspirations like these, to turn my cb 450 on a bike as beautiful as yours.
    I would love to personally meet your work, and if you want you can keep in touch, because surely divulge their work to all who know and are lovers of bikes.

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  16. Claudio
    27/06/2013

    I wonder if “motely crew” is a customisation too … see top of this page.
    Great bikes, great pics. If only I had a shed … or some other place to store a bike!

    Greetings from now posh-ified Staines-upon-Thames.

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  17. Peter Scumbag
    01/07/2013

    Hey guys I have recently discovered this site and it’s all good!
    Is there anyway I can upload a pic of a beautiful bike i saw last week outside Chasbikes? I would like to know who owns it!

    Reply
  18. Maj-Britt
    06/07/2013

    Hi there, My dad just sent me a link to your website; beautiful bikes and great photos/descriptions. Inspiration for some work I want to do on my 77cb400. Thanks and cheers!
    Maj-Britt

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  19. peter
    08/09/2013

    Wow, this is what I was looking for. Great pics, great spirit. Cheers.
    Peter

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  20. peter
    08/09/2013

    Hey Dutch.
    I see you come from the black and orange KTM world.
    Well me too. I still own and ride a 640 LC4 but now also I am a cafe racer addict with a shed build yamaha xs 1100 cafe racer. So I have much sympathy for your site.
    Cheers, Peter

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    • Dutch
      08/09/2013

      Good to meet another ride from the Orange Army. You should send us pics of the XS?

      Reply
  21. DerekGeorge
    25/09/2013

    Hi Dutch
    I’m thinking of making the trip to the Gentleman’s ride and as I’m coming from the North of England will I have to pay any congestion charge (on the bike )in London, not my first time down south but I usually take the train
    please help, Del boy

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  22. Rob Newcombe
    06/10/2013

    Having really enjoyed myself at the DGRO last week I couldn’t wait for more of the same. This weeks BSMC Event II didn’t disappoint. Fantastic show. Well done all.

    Reply
  23. Rich
    07/10/2013

    Brilliant website, makes me want to go on as many rideouts as possible. Must get up to London soon for one of the Bike Shed events.

    Reply
  24. Colin Tennant
    01/11/2013

    Bikeshed,

    Lovin your work and the whole feel….(must be something to do with the aging process). Is there anybody in Scotland doing this kind of thing? You have stirred thoughts of a CB900F project, i’d need to dig it out of the garage first though.
    I reckon a Bike Shed event would go down well here (Aberdeen) i could think of a couple of decent venues too!!

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    • Dutch
      01/11/2013

      Hey Colin

      There are people in the North of England, and we’re about to feature a build by a Scotsman called Jamie, but we don’t know of a scene north of the border. (…although I was born in Paisley) …Maybe you should start something!
      Meanwhile, get cooking with that CB900 and then get some photos for a Shed feature.

      Reply
  25. matthew
    13/11/2013

    any one knows a good artist for spray paint art on my tank?

    Reply
    • Simon Everett
      21/11/2013

      Matthew, you could do worse than try John at Pitstop paint. He is on the Isle of Harris, but works on full bike sprays by courier – you will have some of his stuff in Streetfighters, BSH and 100% Biker. Other custom artists worth trying are Percy at Bad Brush.
      Plenty to go at.

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  26. Woody
    26/11/2013

    Hi guys!
    Aspiring builder here, just having my eyes opened to the possibilities out there so a very helpful website to be sure!

    I will be attending future gatherings on my CB500 which will hopefully be chopped about abit by then.
    Any advice for a newbie will always be welcome!

    Ta

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  27. Ali Latimer
    26/11/2013

    Welcome Woody
    Hope you enjoy the site as much as the rest of us, if you’re not already, don’t forget to follow on Facebook and twitter, keep an eye on the calendar for future events, be great to meet you and see your progression with the CB.
    The best advice; trawl through the site and others, get inspiration from everything, not necessarily just other bike builds… and get in the Shed!
    All the best

    Ali

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  28. Mark/Alien
    01/12/2013

    Hey Dutch/Dutchess
    I’ve been slowly catching up with the Custom/Rat scene for a while and at last there’s a whole bunch of like minded bike hot rodders in Norf Lahndan.
    Next time I get a chance I’ll be at the Landseer or the Flask on a Thursday. I seem to be the only one left out of my North London buddies who still has a bike. Even my daughter (who passed her test 18 months ago) has moved south of the river!!
    Do you still meet at either of the above pubs during the colder months??
    Best
    Mark

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    • Dutch
      01/12/2013

      Hey Mark, We’ve been a bit slack about meeting since the October Event, mostly due to us all having to get back to the day jobs/wives/kids, etc to make up for three major events in one summer (and the little ones) and a host of other bike related distractions. However, the Landseer is our regular and we’ll be back there with our bikes on the occasional Thursday once the weather dries up a bit, not because we’re wusses, but because for most of us the Landseer is within walking distance. When we do a biggie (with bikes) we’ll post up on the Calender. Meanwhile, look out for us on the road in all weathers. Barry, Ian and I ride daily to and from work on noisy customs through Islington into town and beyond, and there’s also Ben, Vikki and Gareth out there on standout bikes with BSMC stickers.

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      • Mark/Alien
        05/12/2013

        Hi Dutch
        Thanks for the swift reply. I’m usually working in or around Highgate, Holloway, Hornsey, Muswell Hill, Islington areas so I’ll see you soon hopefully on my loud, all black Speed Triple. I’m on the lookout for a CB550 to hack up over the winter. Luckily I’ve got a big shed to hide away in!!
        Cheers
        Mark
        P.S.
        Any chance of throwing a couple of stickers my way??

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        • Dutch
          06/12/2013

          We’ll keep an eye out. (…and I’ll make sure I’m carrying stickers)

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          • Alien
            26/08/2014

            CB550 acquired. It’s now in bits, groan, frame coming back from powder coaters this week so I can start putting it all back together, hopefully in time for this years DGR, but we all know about the best laid plans of mice and men……

  29. Guy Rowland
    16/12/2013

    Hi there
    Any thoughts on the next date for the next DGC ride out and other events
    I work in the trade as a commercial agent and would like to be involved maybe promoting the club round the mc dealers in the southeast.
    Let me know if I can help
    Best Regards
    Guy, fellow Paul Smart rider

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    • Dutch
      16/12/2013

      Hi Guy, The next DGRide will be next September. It’s an annual event. Promotion will begin next year.

      A Paul Smart is the perfect Gentleman’s ride.

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      • Guy Rowland
        17/12/2013

        Hi Dutch
        Thanks for the info, just bear me in mind if you need some help.
        Know a lot of bike dealers well as I’ve been calling on them for over 25 years and can always call in a favour or two!!
        Be lucky

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  30. vince
    05/04/2014

    hi Dutch this is Vince from Italy but live in UK from quiet few years now i am from Surbiton Surrey and just got a bike Honda CB 400 SUPER 4 year 97 I am new on the road but have experience with riding due where I coming from Naples there the bike is pretty much all your transport with heat and disorganised traffic anyway Dutch as I see your are Cafe’ Race bike builder and compliments at all the bike on bike shed all beauties I am thinking to give a personal touch to mine but need serious help? :) cuold let me know about it? it will be appreciate thank you for your time and good week end :)

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    • vince
      05/04/2014

      me again Dutch i meant if you can help me to do mine cafe’ race?i haven’t mentioned what help i need it ? ok :)

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    • Dutch
      06/04/2014

      Hi Vince, The BSMC is not a bike builder, we are a co-op of independent Bikes Builders, including; Untitled Motorcycles, Spirit of the 70s, Down & Out Cafe Racers, Kevils Speedshop, Robinsons Speedshop, deBolex and Old Empire Motorcycles. Speak with any of them directly about your custom needs.

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  31. Dirk
    08/04/2014

    Hi

    as you probably already noticed, we uploaded our Wannabe Shop, a shop for custom stuff from selected producers. http://www.wannabe-shop.de
    We now want to ask you to publish a little bit of advertising on your website. Please answer us, so we can send you a little text and a pic.
    If you have any questions, please ask. We really like to be in contact with you.

    Regards
    Dirk
    (the new marketing guy from Wannabe Choppers)

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    • Dutch
      08/04/2014

      Hi Dirk, Please email us. :D

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  32. Prosz
    23/04/2014

    I wish I I can bring my motor to your shop for custom
    you guys are awesome.

    cheer
    prosz

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  33. Dooks
    24/04/2014

    Dutch,

    Follow The Bike Shed on Facebook, keep them bobbers coming! They got me frothing (especially that black and white Triumph bad boy the other week). You guys might be new, but I think it is just the start of something big.

    You got my support!

    Dooks

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  34. Ramiro Hernandez
    07/05/2014

    Glad I found your “Shed” you guys really know how to make time fly. Thanks for everything.

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  35. Neil Mc Mullen
    29/05/2014

    Just seen you on bike show , I’m loving what you are doing !

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  36. Chris(big daddy)Edwards
    01/06/2014

    I love you guys…

    Reply
  37. andy
    15/06/2014

    hi guys,
    I would like to prepare a kawa sr650. do you have any information about costum seats? I mean, a nwe base with a very thin leather top.
    best regards from austria
    andi

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  38. Jarrod Potter
    19/06/2014

    Hi I have a guzzi project I’d like you to look at. Can someone please call me to discuss

    Many thanks

    Jarrod Potter
    07957 333333

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  39. Steed
    23/06/2014

    Hi Dutch, Is there any of you guys and gals up north in the Manchester area?? My ride is a W650 which I am customizing at the moment, no help needed but gud banter always welcome.
    Steed

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    • Dutch
      24/06/2014

      Head over to Down & Out Cafe Racers in Leeds. Shaun & Carl will help you out. They are top notch.

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  40. Steed
    24/06/2014

    Cheers! buddy. will get over there asap

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  41. Pete Hughes
    27/06/2014

    Hi Guys

    page 7 of July Classic Bike Guide picture No.5 White Triumph Street tracker…..

    Where did the Seat come from??

    Cheers

    Pete.

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    • Dutch
      27/06/2014

      Hi Pete. We don’t have our copy yet. The only white Triumph I can remember was from Jack Lilleys.

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      • Pete Hughes
        30/06/2014

        Hi Dutch
        have spoken to Jack Lilley they say the white Street Tracker was by TT Desert Racer “The Donkey” will this help ID the builders?

        Pete.

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        • Dutch
          30/06/2014

          Hi Pete, Sounds like they know more than me, as I assume this is one of the bikes they brought with them for their Triumph display. That room was the only area we didnt curate ourselves. Did they not have details?

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          • Pete Hughes
            30/06/2014

            Hi Dutch

            no it was not one of their bikes they just happened to have an image that they could read the info from!

            Pete.

  42. Paul Jayson
    16/07/2014

    Hi there, I met you guys at the Coys auction last Friday. I think there is a great dynamic between our businesses and we may be able to help one another. I have a lot of lovely bikes, like CBX1000, a genuine Phil Read Replica, Bultacos, Montesas, GS1000 etc which I would love to put on your site. Is it possible to phone you to have a chat?
    Paul Jayson 01364 631119 or 07971 4976156

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  43. Chris
    04/09/2014

    Hi Ductch, was wondering if I could consult your wisdom here. How do you go about insuring a custom bike in London if you dont have a garage? Everywhere i call simply says no …… do you just have to insure it for its stock value and run the risk of not getting all your money back if it gets nicked?

    Cheers for your advice

    ps love the shed!

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    • Dutch
      04/09/2014

      Hi Chris, it’s not just about being custom bikes, it’s usually a mix of the actual bike donor (cc, power, nickabilty, etc) with your home setup and security, your personal history and your post code. Most of us don’t describe our bikes as ‘custom’ as they’re usually to old to ever be standard without “replacement parts” being added as OEM parts decay. (…Mi’Lud.)
      I find eBike are good at the moment, but this changes all the time. Also try Footman James, and look to the small ads in bike mags for specialist insurers. We did consider creating Bike Shed bike insurance, but it’s proving harder than we thought.

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  44. Raj
    12/11/2014

    Hey fellas
    Im lookin for a modified classic bike
    My budget is £-2000
    Thanx

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  45. Phil
    21/11/2014

    I picked up a copy of the FTW magazine – its a great publication – never heard of Bikeshed before and thought I was the only person in the world building 1970s – 1980s cafe racers and scramblers in my shed! It was weird reading it – like I was reading my own words. Make it a monthly please and you have my subscription. Thanks for all this stuff – I feel at home here … I have some interesting race bikes from the ’70s and ’80s – fancy a genuine Dresda Gold Wing raced in the IOM?

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    • Dutch
      21/11/2014

      Hi Phil
      We are planning a quarterly mag, starting spring next year. As for the Wing, send us pics!

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    • Ross Sharp
      21/11/2014

      Welcome Phil, where have you been hiding ;-)
      Why don’t you send us photos and some more detail about you and your shed and we could feature a bike….or two.

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  46. James Mc
    21/11/2014

    Hey Phil, glad to hear you’ve found the Shed!

    Is the Goldwing the one that Hugh Evans took to the island? Would love to have seen that go round at more than a 100mph lap! Along with Steve Linsdell’s GTS it’s got to be up there as the most fantastically innaproporiate TT bike :)

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  47. Paddy
    28/11/2014

    This site is awesome. Having just got into bikes and got my first big bike, I am now drooling after my own cafe racer! I picked up a copy of FTW at the airport too!

    Paddy

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    • Ross Sharp
      28/11/2014

      Glad we could be of inspiration Paddy, thanks for finding us.

      Reply

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