Monday, 19 December 2011

After the good news about Italian Motor Magazine, The Chicken Shack bike has received a further two great honours. The bike has been featured in the UK Monster Owner's Club 2012 Calender, and today it went up on Bike Exif!




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As I've mentioned before the members of the UK Monster Owner's Club have been a constant help in terms of inspiration, knowledge, practical aid, and moral support.


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Bike Exif was also a place of inspiration, and even dreams, when I began planning the project over two years ago. As someone who'd never done much mechanically beyond changing chains, sprockets, and brake pads, it seemed like a fairly distant dream. The site has a worldwide audience and gets over 41,000 followers on Facebook. I can't quite believe my shed project is up there. Check it out - it's a great place to see cool, controversial and intriguing bikes; customs, racers, concepts, bobbers, cafes and classics.



7 comments:

  1. Dude. Love your bike, and your blog too. Just signed up as a follower. I'm also based in North London and have a Ducati Racer - plus I also run a cafe racer blog/website... Check out www.thebikeshed.cc and send me/us an email at info@thebikeshed.cc, and maybe we could all hook up post Xmas? - Dutch

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  2. love the bike, doing something similar with an S4, can you let me know what hugger you have used my carbon fibre version looks huge with a stripped rear so looking for something like you have.

    many thanks, its a shame i did not discover your site sooner, started mine last jan, just waiting for an exhaust and much needed funds.

    thanks

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    1. Hi there - thanks for the kind comments! Look out for more project stuff on here soon...
      The hugger I used is the standard M900 one which I cut down and shaped to suit. It's that kind of soft plastic that's easy to work. I have seen carbon shorty ones but they are expensive, and I didn't have the budget or the will to buy a full size carbon one and butcher it.
      BTW can I recommend the UK Monster Owner's Club Forum for a wealth of support and advice. Good luck with the rest of your build!

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  3. Many Thanks, i may need to cut down the carbon (needs refinishing anyway) have checked out UKMOC will be good when finished to get to a meet or two.

    thanks for your time

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  4. Excelente post amigo, muchas gracias por compartirlo, da gusto visitar tu Blog.
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  5. It was only fitting to have the bike in the Calendar. I just loved it. As you know I love old school and home worked bikes. Long live the sheds/garages builders. You never know how far you can go..

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  6. Thanks Albie, that means a lot to me mate!

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