Shop News CW27 2020

Unfortunatly, due to COVID 19, we will not be able to set up a stand at the race track in Oscherleben this year. One of our team members belongs to the group of people who are particularly vunerable to a very severe covid-19 infection. Nonetheless, we are still here and are still processing orders and […]... Read More

Leaving Facebook

We walked away from Facebook a few weeks ago. This was not an easy decision as Facebook maintains a huge member datebase and is known world wide. This also meant walking away from potential new customers. Facebook’s conduct in the last few years is a good example of people in charge being so preoccupied with […]... Read More

New Project

This is the start of a project that I have been working on since 2002. Up until now I have only been able to put several ideas on paper. To realize this project, I needed quite a few specialized tools that I, at the time, did not have. I have since collected and built most […]... Read More

Shop News CW47 2019

This week, we added some NX4 clutch cables to the shop. These are hand-made and replace the no longer available original Honda part. These cables are made in part with custom-machined parts. Not the most fun thing to make, but hey, they look pretty cool! The cables are assembled using high-quality parts and include the […]... Read More

New part for the RS

The drilled stud that holds the tank on my RS125 was making me crazy. So, today I grabbed a piece of free-cutting steel and made a replacement. It is not perfect but much better than the part it replaces. This one is drilled trough the middle to lighten it, the next one will be made […]... Read More

Shop News CW12 2019

This week we added a few new bikes to our shop. We now sell parts for Honda RS250s (NF5/NX5/NXA). Some items are instock and others are special order items such as pistions in non-standard sizes. We will be adding more items in the next few weeks. So, if you are looking for something for your […]... Read More

Crank Rebuilding…

Crank rebuilding has never been my favorite thing to do… I mean, I like working on things and fixing stuff (or even improving things), but there is just something that makes me uneasy about rebuilding “pressed” cranks. There is just something about saying: “Hey, this thing is off by a couple hundredths of a millimeter. […]... Read More