Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Hoodies for sale

We believe in supporting our own economy... US made products cost more but create jobs for our largely underemployed citizens...and remember...the job you save could be your own.

American made hoodies by American Apparel for sale.

Norrsken Hokus Pokus

Friday, January 13, 2012

Jim Sneegas' 74 inch 1919 J model

When I was in second grade my family moved to the other side of town. I had to go to a new school and make new friends. The Sneegas family lived two blocks from me and a block away from my new school. I became fast friends with Parish who was my age. I would stay the night at his house and he at mine. I loved going to his house because his dad ,Jim Sneegas, had a shop full of old Harleys he would buy and restore. I remember most of all how much I liked the smell of his old motorcycle shop. Parish and I would ride our bicycles around with cards in the spokes wearing our Levis cuffed, Chuck Taylor shoes and white T-shirts while pretending to be the motorcycle guys we would see in the old pictures on Jim's shop walls...

Jim is still putting old bikes together and this 1919 J model is his latest project.

That is the same gravel alley that I rode my first motorcycle in when I was around 9.

Thanks for letting me take that first motorcycle ride and for sending the pictures and words Jim.

Much respect - Lucas

Tuesday, January 10, 2012


Thanks everybody for all of your product orders. I sent off another huge load of stuff yesterday at the Post Office.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

74's Forever Hoodies for sale

American Apparel 50/50 hoods. They are printed with the two color 74's Forever logo on the front and the back with a one color print down the right sleeve. American Apparel hoods are a slim fit and run small. If you normally wear a large hoodie you should order an Xlarge. These are pre-shrunk and shouldn't shrink any more.

Buy em HERE


Weighing in at only 30 pounds this Lowrider Springer is a really well designed front end with only two welds on the whole assembly.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Matt Jackson of Vise Grip for 74's Forever

Matt's doing some performance upgrades to his Pan so he can ride wheelies.

There's a few of these shirts left. Get yours HERE.