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East to West Ride NY to SD

When the Good Luck Tour San Diego to New York was done we put our bikes in storage in Asbury Park, New Jersey in a friends community bike space. When the following Fall came around I flew out to New Jersey and retrieved my GL1000 and rode it back. This was the route I was hoping for.  Flying into the New York, New Jersey area ready to ride.  My bike hasn’t moved since last Oct. I feel like Indiana Jones finding the relic in the AP Moto Club garage in Asbury Park Charging the battery, new gas and see what happens. It took some runs up and down the alley to get it going. Then I remembered that the kill switch was...

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CB550 Custom Build by S&G builder Brady Young

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...

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Good Luck Tour!!

Our motorcycle builder Brady Young is building a CB550 to ride across the continental U.S. We will be documenting the build process and the trip. We are doing it on vintage brat/cafe's and we ride pretty scrappy. Mishaps and epic fails are all part of the fun as well as the epic get-away. Biltwell , Crawford Denim and Red Cloud Collective are helping us with gear to make this journey! The Seaweed & Gravel Denim line will also be launched during this epic adventure! Watch as we hit the road and visit our like minded shops along the way. Build Process Day One Brady is set on doing the CB550 build in three weeks. The first thing he always does is cut the sub...

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