1. A while back, Chrome Industries asked us to help think up some ways to make motorcycle bags better. We had a lot of opinions on the matter. For one the bag needed to be extremely durable and water proof. It needed some space to store some tools and a place to stick greasy objects. The loose straps that whip around and cause distraction needed to be clamped down. Less than a year later the Chrome Industries Motor line has hit the shelf and the rigorous (strange) testing that See See Motorcycles can provide.

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  2. We had a little extra time on our hands before we had to get busy building bikes and planning The One Motorcycle show so we did a builder profile complete with lots of SPARKS!
    Don't miss it!

    Over 100+ custom bikes from all over the world. Motorcycle inspired art, 21 Helmets exhibition, music, food and drinks. An all out good time.
    Come join us!

    The One Motorcycle Show
    Feb. 13th-14th- 15th
    831 SE Salmon St. Portland, ORE 97214 (new location!)

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  4. Speed Freak is a documentary / reality TV series that spotlights the sport of LAND SPEED RACING featuring our host: STEVE HUFF (former top fuel Harley drag racer, land speed record holder and custom motor bike builder). HUFF will take the audience on an adrenalin fueled ride to the fastest race tracks on earth - From the Bonneville Salt Flats to The Texas Mile - as he challenges himself and his re-designed Harley Davidson Motorcycles on the quest for more records.

    Produced by: subterrafilms.com

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  5. Making of the shooting by Kruz Co & friends.

    Yamaha XS 400
    The small Yam XS 400 arrived at the studio in bad shape. Torn apart, shabby, faded, and with a crooked engine, it was a daunting challenge! As soon as we saw it, we knew it was a “tracker”, given its 80s wheel rims. We decided to get rid of the original line, which we considered too heavy, in order to give way to a tank Honda CB 125 that had been amended by us. The two-color saddle resulted from the collaboration with the workshop “Niyona”. As for the mudguards, they had been lying around in a corner for quite some time. After we remodeled both of them, we fixed them on the Yam to round off the line.

    Given the urban nature of the bike we decided to place a 320mm disc at the front in order to bridge it to its distant "Supermoto" cousins. In the same spirit, the handlebar "renthal" was shortened to ease the transit between vehicles in the queues. The engine has been completely restored and went through many face-lifts that rendered its sturdy character.

    A big pair of K & N dirt track, a pair of megaphones and that was it!

    There is not a single piece of this machine which was not remodeled!


    Music: The Black Box Revelation - Madhouse

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