"When you’re riding the greatest torque to weight ratio on the planet, you must blast beyond lethargic unassuming cageriders every few minutes to release pent up machine/man stress-inducing anxiety. There exists uncontrolled relish and glee in this exercise."
-The Motograph – A Confederate Motor Company


New logo and Tshirts to come_MF

New logo design for miss motofancy, and soon some groovy tshirts you can wear or use as an oil rag.

If you want one send me an email and ill get a few ordered

Even Obama loves motorcycles_MF

The president visited Ford today...rolling in his Cadillac with a fleet of gmc's....??

But look at all the bikes!


Seeing my motor finally all apart and organized, ready for a rebuild and a fresh start on life feels pretty damn cool.

Keeps the fires burning! Almost there

Gasket madness_MF

Tonight unsaid Eff it and went to the shop to work on the bike. I scraped gaskets off the cb's block for three hours.

Was actually therapeutic in some way I don't understand.


Motorcycle christmas_MF

It's like Christmas morning! Parts parts parts!

Air filter, 18" front rim, front brake pads, rear brake shoes, exhaust wrap, fork seals, cb750 manual and virago plate registered insured and ready to ride. F"@@&@"""&&k yea!

CB 750 Crank shaft cleanup_MF

As I mentioned the main bearing melting onto my crankshaft was the cause of the seizure so today we polished and scraped away aluminum from the lobe.

There are bits of aluminum in various forms from chunks to channels. We used a blow torch, wire brush, 600 grit wet sand and razor blade to get it off.

What I can't remove I'll have a machinist do.


Son of a...MF

Man this pisses me off...wait and wait and wait for parts...and everyone knows that when parts come in it keeps the fires of bike building lit...

Well when I received my 19x2.15 instead of 18x2.15 front rim, I waited for 3 weeks to get the correct one! Bastards! But now it's here and building can progress.

As you can see...not 18!


I baught a Delorean_MF

That is all, I just baught one. And needed to share.


CB750 Discovery_MF

It's interesting how easy things can be when you have an experts eye...Harold a retired Ford power-train engineer and Dennis (owner of Restoration Academy) assisted me in tearing down the motor to find that the main bearing had somehow gotten plugged and fried to the crankshaft when starved of oil.

Even though bad its good because it's an easier fix then a locked up piston!



On a late Sunday before my three hour drive back to Detroit, Jordan and I mocked and fitted the booty of his cb550 in his shop.

Riding is on the horizon...