"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


Grand Haven-ludington-Evart ride_MF

I'm combining two rides into one post. But combined I put 450 miles on the bike.

Has been a great trial of my first full bike build. I learned that the taillight looks awesome but is way to close to my tire. I've had to re-bend the mounting brackets twice because the tire keeps hitting it in bumps.

I also learned a V-rod headlight draws to much power, and I have a severe oil leak issue. I also learned it was a good time to drop my oil pan and check for debris...Other then that the bike is FAAAASSSTT!! And gets lots of attention. Was a blast riding with other old bikes, because we all learn from each others breakdowns :)