Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Art of Speed 2012 Kuala Lumpur

sneak peak for the event

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Red Wing Tote Bag 

made in japan

A HARLEY-DAVIDSON which was swept away in last year's Japanese tsunami has washed up 4,000 miles away on an Canadian island.

The motorbike was discovered on a beach in its container after its epic voyage across the Pacific.

And the bike is set to be reunited with its owner Ikuo Yokoyama after he was traced by its number plate.
“This is unmistakably mine. It’s miraculous,” Yokoyama told Nippon TV when shown photos of the motorcycle.

Ikuo lost three members of his family in the March 11, 2011, tsunami, and is now living in temporary housing
The bike was found by Canadian Peter Mark on Graham Island, off British Columbia on April 18.
Peter said the bike was covered in "a lot of corrosion, a lot of rust."
He added, he "couldn’t believe that something like that would make it across the Pacific."
Reports say the motorcycle would be shipped back to Japan, and that the shop that sold it to Yokoyama would help with paperwork and storage.
In March, an Alaskan man found a football and later a volleyball from Japan; their owners were located last week using names that had been inscribed on the balls.

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Always curious about how they do this, at last got it from the Speedboys. Thanks!