The 3rd Annual Lone Star Vintage Bike Show & Swap Meet is coming up this Saturday, November 1st, 2014 from 10am – 3pm at Don Johle’s Bike World in Garland, TX. Click here to see more details.
Legendary automotive designer Chip Foose has teamed up with bike manufacturer Micargi to produce a line of custom inspired cruisers. Click here to see a series of detailed shots of the prototypes on Bike Rumor.
The latest news on the custom bike scene is that Firebikes has joined forces with Ruff Cycles for promotion, production and distribution. This is an area that Ruff Cycles excels in so it sounds like a perfect match. Ruff currently has a selection of Firebike frames listed in their online store ready to be shipped out. Click here to see their offerings.
The 2014 Muscle Bike Build Off is in full swing and so far we have over thirty bikes being built. There’s still time to get in on the fun. Click here to see the rules and the builds going on so far.
We’re now taking preorders on our new RRB Dickies work shirts. These are $40 plus shipping and for an additional $3 you can have your name embroidered on the right chest area. Reserve your size today and preorder here!
It’s always cool to see what the bike companies come up with each year for their new line up. Felt just launched their 2015 website today which includes a new line of cruiser based fat tire bikes. Click here to see the new bikes.
Our latest shirt design is now in stock. We sold a bunch of them during our preorder process and we have just a few left. Grab one before they’re gone!
Wanted to thank everyone again for making this year’s RRB Build Off a success. To recap, we had 84 finished bikes entered and the top three finalists were pretty mind blowing. The beauty of the build off is that it’s less about competing and more about building really cool bikes. Click here to see the top three.
It’s hard to believe that our 9th build off has already come to an end. We had 84 finished bikes entered in this year’s competition which makes it super hard to pick a winner. If you’re a forum member, click here to vote for your three favorite bikes!