Old bikes need to be started every so often. If they don't get to breath they tend to go into a deep sleep. That means spending money on bikes to get them running again. Getting them out and running is regular task around the shop. Christian and I were in the process of doing this when we decided to show off some of the Fall Items being released from Seaweed and Gravel.
Denim , Fleece, Leather Jackets, Beanies, Caps, Socks and New Tees are included in the new Fall Range.
Photos Christian Guerra
Normally the rides are fast and far, so this ride we wanted to go slow and cruise. We made it a vintage ride and just took our time to Lake Hodges and Hernandez Hideaway for some tacos and Margs.
Saturday, May 4th Meet at 11:00 at Seaweed and Gravel KSU at 11:30 for a cruise around North County ending at Beach Grease Beer Co.
RIDE! Saturday, April 13! Meet at Seaweed at 10:00, KSU at 10:30 sharp. We are heading out to the old pony express trail past Agua Caliente to @dylmarphoto ‘s birthday desert celebration. There will be dirt bikes there we can rip around on for a bit and also I will have LUNCH and beers and drinks there waiting for us!! So let me know if you’re planning on coming to a get a head count! I’ll get extra, so no pressure. We will head back and get back around 4 or 5ish. If you don’t have all day to ride sometimes people will do the first part of the ride, then peel off along the way.#letsride #desertride #mototrip#caferacer #leucadia Great turn out for this ride!...
May 2013 Black and TanCustom build by Seaweed and Gravel in southern california built by Brady Young. The inspiration for this build was spawned from a previous personal bike of Brady's, made from spare parts and a few weekends. The bike was rough, full of character, and frequently saw the dirt. Nonetheless, it caught the eye of the client that commissioned this build, but with new shoes and a classy attire. Our goal for this build was to create a simple, clean, minimalistic bike with an aggressive, low stance; pulling elements from both the cafe racer and brat style palettes, whilst preserving the classic lines that were buried in stock form. Once the form and stance of the bike was...
After a wonderful few days in Nashville it was time to get rolling again and what better way to get back int he groove is Tail of the Dragon.
The famous Tail of the Dragon is one of those roads that was on my bucket list and it did not disappoint. The way the road is banked is perfect for carving up the road and feeling connected. The sun was out and the weather couldn't have been any better.