Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Flat Track Day at the Ace Cafe

On Sunday 24th Feburary the Car park of the Ace Cafe was taken over by Sideburn Magazine along with Co-Built and Red Max for Flat Track Day. It was bitingly cold and I actually only got one sketch done on the day, despite having two pairs of trousers and sock on and a Michael Jackson style fingerless scribbling hand. Here are the results along with a load of photos for those who didn't brave the cold for what turned out to be a fun day out.

BSA Thunerbolt 650 Flat Tracker

(ink & watercolour)

Simplicity and beauty all wrapped up in one black sexy package.

CFH Honda C70 with YX140cc Stomp engine

(ink & watercolour)
Sketch done in the warmth of the studio.
Corpses from hell is the brainchild of Maxwell P. The CFH Honda C70 has recently had a new addition of the rear wheel disk. Maxwell was also sporting his newly completed custom lid:

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 Co-Built were also in attendance jumping round the car park, with joy but also to keep warm.

Making a fleeting visit Ornamental Conifer stopped by on his tracker. Mr Conifer is an incredible sign writer, visit his site to see what a steady hand can do:

 This incredible Hercules was Riden in by Rory D Blofield 

 Grahams Z Sled

"The Swindler" Steve's Norton 961 Street Tracker

 Harley XR750

 Short Track Yamaha circa 1972
 Mile and Half Mile Yamaha '74/'75
 Red Max Goodness

 Low Side Drifter
 Guy S' R100 with Co-Built pipes
 Last but by no means least Sarah Bradley's Hog