woensdag 30 mei 2012


Bjorn send in these daytime pics of his sporty :

maandag 28 mei 2012


1st breakdown
lost my ignition
back on the road in 30'

zondag 27 mei 2012


Killed it tonight.

zaterdag 26 mei 2012


with perfect weather last few days

donderdag 24 mei 2012


J doing his thing

woensdag 23 mei 2012

-SaiLoR J-

Going to :

maandag 21 mei 2012

-"FLyiN' HigH"-

Finally all done
Did about 200km so far and she rides and handles like a dream
Thanks to everyone who helped me out on this long journey

Custom weld-on hardtail, oiltank, exhausts and loads of other details by IronPit

Footnote :
If u didn't build the bike yourself, don't claim u did
I've been hearing and reading this too often lately...
I took the bike apart, put it back together and rewired it that's about it.
All the actual building, grinding, welding etc was done by Ronnie from IronPit

- Credit where credit's due -

zaterdag 12 mei 2012

-BLitZkRieG MaChiNeS-

Guys from Blitzkrieg Machines found this nice pre unit flattracker !

-'65 IrOnhEaD-

Saw this fully original '65 Flat Trackstyle Ironhead w/ Hurst controls being completely rebuild @ IronPit.
It was hanging in a bar for several years until this guy bought it and decided to bring it back to life.
Bike has loads of compression so's gonna be fun kickstarting this one...

vrijdag 11 mei 2012

-BKK 2012-

Pretty stoked to have my personal invitation for the

maandag 7 mei 2012

donderdag 3 mei 2012

dinsdag 1 mei 2012

-FaCt cHeCkiNg XR 750-

Some time ago I made this post of the Iron XR 750.
Bill send me an email to share his remarks on what was written about the bike.

The original post :

1970 was the first-year production for the "Iron XR", manufactured to meet racing criteria and rules according to the AMA at the time. Only 200 were assembled. Then the HD racing department realized after a few races the frames needed modification and the steel top end was heavy and extremely hot. HD decided the XR was not race worthy and disassembled and destroyed the frames on 80% of them.

Rumor has it that this survivor bike was turned over to Evel Knievel, who used it for pre-show exhibition and display. The builder for Evel at the time performed the modifications of the stock HD rear brakes. 

This is what Bill has to say about the bike :

The story of the 1970 XR750 that you write about on your blog could have used some fact checking
The "iron" XR won a number of National Championship dirttrack races in 1970-1971
80% of the bikes were not scraped....that would be 160 out of 202
I owned and raced the iron version of the XR when they were current...they were fast and handled OK
As a new design there were some issues most of which were addressed with the introduction of the alloy version in 1972
The iron XR pictured is not a good representative of these bikes as there are many resto mods as opposed to a period look