Swap meet Tumba and a day in the sun.

Suzuki GS450 TumbaYesterday I got up bright and early (I had to work late on Saturday so there was no beer for me) and went to a small but good swap meet in Tumba outside of Stockholm. I almost froze my fingers of on the way there at 08:30 but it got warmer before I went back. In the picture you can see my bargains tied to the GS450 I’m going to modify. I got home with two gas tanks and some handle bars, hopefully at least one of the items will fit something I’m building.
After I dropped the stuff off in the garage I was supposed to work but the day was way to nice to waste on working so me and Casper met up with some of the other guys at a coffee shop in Stockholm and went on a ride out to Plebs Choppers in Hässelby. Got a bit jealous of their club house, I wish we could have that kind of space. A couple of the guys went home after that but the rest of us went down to Calexico’s Restaurant in Hornstull to try out some of their Mexican food. Great stuff! Below is a picture of the bikes that were with us out to Hässelby, it’s quite a mix of styles 🙂
DSC_0857More days like these are most welcome!

-=/Anders

Jens’s Savage

The first bike this spring is ready for the road and it’s Jens Blomhage’s Suzuki Savage.

Here’s the first pic of the monster 😛 There are some changes to it, the belt drive is gone and it looks so much cooler with chain and sprockets. The tank is rebuilt, rear wheel changed from 15″ to 18″. Frame chopped and a lot more.

 

And a pic from the other side. It’s the bike that has been in our garage the shortest, about 8 weeks more or less. Jensa works fast, not like me and my old BSA 😛

 

 

 

 
And last a stock Suzuki Savage so U can have a look for yourself and see just how much is done to the bike above.

/ Smeden