styling a blazer
styling a blazer
Sites in the MAC network: Progarchives.com — progressive rock ultimate website | JazzMusicArchives.com — the ultimate jazz music online community | MetalMusicArchives.com — the ultimate metal music online community Find out how your personality influences your style of dress. While nothing is written in stone, all Astrological signs have their own signature style that says something about who they think they are or want to be.By signing up for my mailing list you will INSTANTLY receive my FREE e-book, Design for Your Sign. Sign-Up Above For most of us, our first bike build is a learning experience. It’s as much a lesson in what not to do as it is discovering the aspects of a build we already have a knack for. But if there is an area most of us fall down on with our first attempt at a custom creation, it’s maintaining continuity throughout the build, particularly in the visual aspects. For Miguel Castro, his day job as a Design Director at Rosetta in San Luis Obispo meant this was one aspect where he was never going to have a problem. So what bike would make sense for a first build? Maybe something that’s mechanically simple and yet fun to ride? Something with vintage styling but still capable of carving up the coast roads of Central California? Sure, the humble Honda CL350 (this is a 1969 example) was released as a factory Scrambler, but it has always made much more sense as a Cafe Racer. And here’s the proof. The reason being that despite its basic Scrambler appearance Honda put very little effort into converting the road going CB350 into anything really capable of off-road work. What they did deliver however was a bike that had only the basic necessities, would run all day no matter the abuse you handed out to it and with lightweight and a rev friendly engine was a hoot to ride whether you were going fast or slow. Further evidence of the Honda’s reliability is the fact that when Miguel picked this old girl up, despite her nearing retirement age, she still started first go and purred like a kitten. But having grown up helping his Dad wrench on classic Jaguar’s it wasn’t long before the desire to teardown the bike and create a custom kicked into overdrive.
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