Thursday, November 29, 2012

CounterBalance Store!

Still trying to get my shit together and get some parts made to sell... Store is open now... but there isnt much to buy... Check out the store link on the sidebar!

Finally finished... CB 360 Cafe - For Sale

Well its been a long time in the works, but I think its finally finished.  And is now for sale.

Custom 1975 CB 360
-Shaved frame
-Woodcraft Clip on Handlebars
-Rebuilt Carburetors
-Custom Reverse megaphone exhaust
-Old style fork covers with custom upper tubes
-Custom Battery Box
-Small Style Battery
-Removed turn signals
-Custom Rear Tail section made out of metal
-Custom seat pan and vinyl upholstery
-Shaved upper triple tree mount
-New Front brake master cylinder
-New Bates Style 3.5" headlight
-K&N pod style filters

Bike runs great!  Starts right up and is a blast to ride.  It is a smaller bike so its a blast for an around town cruiser.  Have title... Also when I bought the bike it had around 4k miles on it.  I havent put more than a hundred miles on it since owning it.  Since the bike was finished i have put maybe 25 miles on it.... 

Email me for more details and pricing.  Or check out the new webshop!

Monday, November 19, 2012

CB 360 Cafe Racer

Here is a shot of the tail section for the cb 360.  Just need to layer on some clear and it will be ready to bolt up.  Should get the front disc installed tonight, and get this cleared and on tomorrow.  Finally got internets at the shop so i can actually update this blog regularly...

Tuesday, November 13, 2012


Picked up a winter bike this weekend... Been looking for a nice single for quite a while.  Was set on an sr500 for a while, but couldnt find one in decent enough shape to pay for. 

At the same time i wanted something light and nimble enough to ride all winter through some snow etc.  I came across this on CL and checked it out.. Picked it up much cheaper than listed because the dude couldnt get it started, I had to kick it over to get it started.  Then when you popped it into gear the clutch was engaged and it would kill the bike.  I got a deal.  Brought the bike home put it in high gear and rocked the clutch loose.. haha... was riding it 5 mins later...

This thing is gnarly... no top speed but man will this thing wheelie...

Learning about these real fast, but i already have a ton of plans for this guy... Ill probably stick to things i can change overnight/weekend projects, as i will be riding it most of the cold season... But it will be super fun...