Monday nights this winter are all about my little dirtbike rebuild over at the MotorGrrl garage. Miss-Fires member and MotorGrrl owner Valerie is a fantastic host with beers on ice and music cranked. And leave it to the Miss-Fires ladies to always arrive with baked goods…mmmmm. I’ve had my 1971 Yamaha At1 125 for aContinue reading “Project Dirtbike”
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On any (winter) Sunday, you can find The Miss-Fires working away on Stephanie’s 1973 Honda CB350G complete rebuild project at Motor Preserve. This bike came to her in boxes and we are determined to have her riding by her birthday this spring. With the cylinder, cylinder head, and cam base installed we are ready toContinue reading “Project CB350G”
When it comes to vintage bike projects, it seems like you’re always waiting on something. It’s not until the cases were cracked that we were able to determine what needed replacing for the complete rebuild of the little 1971 Yamaha At1 125 engine. overall, everything was pretty clean, but the decision was made to goContinue reading “Project Dirtbike”
Stephanie’s 1973 Honda CB350 complete rebuild project. This bike came to her in boxes and is currently a roller. The goal is to have it finished by Spring! forming a plan. She left off with the engine mostly put back together. Today’s goal was top end, rocker boxes, Cam, etc. Using Kim’s CB350 as illustration…Continue reading “Project CB350G”
Corinna’s 1971 Yamaha At1 125 had filled itself full of a lovely mixture of fluids…today’s goal was to crack the cases and clean it out. while we’re in there, everything got a good cleaning and once over to determine what parts needed replacing.We always find a bit of time for beer and gabbing…Continue reading “Project Dirtbike”
Corinna’s 1971 Yamaha At1 125 daily rider needed a bit of love to save it from becoming a planter. We headed over to MotorGrrl garage, got the beer on ice and got to work. this bike has seen some fun in it’s day. mmmm Shop Dog. Neville The Devil.